Smile. Yes, that is always a good idea. Even though a setup file might
be in the public downloads area doesn't mean it is official until I
say it is so. In this particular case especially so since beta 14 is
using an all new game engine. I've worked hard the last two weeks
debugging it and am still finding bugs. That's actually what
I recompiled the source, made a setup package for mota, started
uploading it, and then began to make a Linux tarball. I tested the
Linux version when out of the blue I found another handful of bugs I
hadn't noticed before. I didn't know if they were Linux specific or
not so I tested the Windows release and found some of the bugs showed
up there as well. Naturally I began working on those bugs, and I hope
to have a fixed more stable version by Monday or tuesday. So those
like Hayri who downloaded the one I posted today are getting
essentially a busted release all because they rushed to get it before
I made an announcement. That doesn't make me very happy as I could run
into bug reports and complaints from unsuspecting people who didn't
know the situation before hand.
On 10/1/10, Bryan Peterson <bpeterson2...@cableone.net> wrote:
> I think I'll wait until Thomas officially announces the beta himself.
> We are the Knights who saaaaay...Ni!
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