On Mon, 1 Nov 1999, Carey Bunks wrote: 
> I think that Michael has a good point here.  Why is it useful to
> declare a feature freeze?  In my opinion the answer is so people can
> begin making plans with respect to the upcoming new stable release.
> If just anything is allowed after a feature freeze why declare one?

On Tue, 2 Nov 1999, Olof S Kylander wrote:
> It depends how you specify feature freeze. Some specify it as a stop to
> add anything (nearly a code freeze) some one else specify it as a clean up
> and fix time until we enter code freeze.
> Me my self specify it as a clean up and fix time (that includes
> e.g cleaning the UI to be consistent).  

If no-one else will do it, I hearby offer to REVERT all features added to
Gimp. It's quite obvious that some/ most of the people here will continue
to rationalise additional features until well into the new millenium
(and I don't mean 2000).


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