[ros-dev] New Release - how're you feeling?
dragvit at volny.cz
Wed Jun 22 13:39:02 CEST 2005
Ge van Geldorp wrote:
>>From: Murphy, Ged (Bolton)
>>I agree with WD about networking. Arty is busy with the new
>>job, and nobody else is working on networking. Considering
>>networking is meant to be the key feature for the 0.3
>>release, then either people need to start working on
>>networking or the 0.3 goalposts need to be changed.
> I don't see why the 0.3 goalposts would need to be changed. As long as we're
> not comfortable saying "basic TCP/IP networking is implemented now" we just
> call the release 0.2.x instead of 0.3.
I must agree. Saying "We're gonna release 0.3 as soon as we have TCP/IP
networking reasonably complete" is much better than saying "We're gonna
release 0.3 1st July 2005" - That's a nonsense, a MS-ish way of doing
Somebody pointed out that more frequent releases keep public interest in
reactos - yes, that's true, but IMHO people will be at least
disappointed by the fact that there's a release, say, every 3 months,
but there's little or no visible progress between them. Don't
misunderstand me - I know you guys are working hard, but unless this
work produces some visible progress, there's no point in releasing 0.3.
And the progress that is visible for you isn't necessarily visible for BFUs.
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