On Wed, Jan 20, 2016 at 8:32 PM, Michael Paquier
> Perhaps some people are more interested in implementing new
> features than working on bugs and would just continue hacking and
> arguing about new features, at least a stability period may attract
> more committer attention into actual bug fixes, in short: no new
> features can be committed until the previous versions has reached at
> least beta2, rc, whatever. This may accelerate the stability process.
Or it might just accelerate the amount of time it takes to *declare*
having reached that milestone. Besides, do you really think that
people need to be able to commit something before seriously working on
Rules that are expressly coercive are a *bad* idea.
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