[ros-dev] New Release - how're you feeling?
waxdragon at gmail.com
Thu Jun 23 11:15:15 CEST 2005
On 6/22/05, Craig Talbert <craig.talbert at gmail.com> wrote:
> I would be very careful about mixing concern for generating more
> interest in to a release policy that might give a false impression of
> the progress being made on the project.
> It does give me a warm fuzzy feeling to see the version number go up
> on reactos.com -- on (almost) any f/oss project for that matter. But
> I if I discovered the progress being made was misrperesented, I might
> lose trust in the people working on the project. Trust is important,
> and if we can gain the trust of end users, that's something we'll have
> that microsoft never really earned. :)
Maybe you should start reading ros-svn. We are approching 2000
commits since 0.2.6. While I won't claim that all of those commits
were "progress", there is progress being made. Don't even think that
we are trying to misrepresent the "progress" of the project, almost
every day we are in there hacking on stuff.
I don't see how trust comes into this situation. The fact this is an
open source project gives me all the trust I need. What are you, a
debian user? ;0)
<kjk_hyperion> I have a penchant for mischief, property damage and stalking
<kjk_hyperion> and cheesecake, of course
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