Tom Lane wrote:
> "Joshua D. Drake" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
>> With respect to you Kevin, your managers should wait. You don't
>> install .0 releases of "any" software into production without "months"
>> of testing. At which point, normally a .1 release has come out anyway.
> How exactly do you expect the software to get from a .0 to a .1 release,
> or to have addressed the bugs that might bite you when it does get to .1,
> if you aren't helping to test it?

In most environments I've seen, developer and QA systems don't hesitate
to move to .0 releases (or even beta).   I agree with Joshua that it's
nerve wracking to move _production_ systems to .0 releases from most
software vendors.

> Now I realize that you did say "test" above, but way too often I see
> this sort of argument as a justification for doing nothing and expecting
> somebody else to fix it.

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