On Sun, Jan 2, 2011 at 6:05 PM, Guy Hulbert <gwhulb...@eol.ca> wrote:
> I think freezing a subset of what you eventually want to have and then
> getting as close as you can on a fairly tight schedule is the best way
> to get buy-in from users.
That is generally what I expect to see in a production release, yes. I
don't think it's a rule, but I expect to see a feature freeze, and a
period where you just look for bugs for the existing feature set, and
then comes the production release.
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