At 9:00 PM -0500 2/21/02, Garance A Drosihn wrote:
>At 1:08 PM -0500 2/19/02, Michael Lucas wrote:
>>In an ideal world, you're correct.
>>The real question here should have been: do those people who
>>are actively committing rapidly to the tree want to see this
>>happen?  They are the people who will realistically have to
>>deal with the PRs.
>I assume we'd still like 5.0 to "go -stable" in about 8-10 months,
>so at which point to we start encouraging more people to jump
>into it?

It occurs to me that the "yet" that I added to this subject is a
little misleading.  Michael wasn't talking about articles which
would appear this weekend...

 From Michael's original message:

     The last time I checked, I get 12-15 thousand readers for
     each article.  One half of one percent uptake would
     (hopefully) be quite a few bug reports.

     My question to the community is: is it too early to do this?
     If I start now, the articles would probably appear April-May.

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