At 03:51 PM 5/2/2001 +0200, Jani Taskinen wrote:
>On Wed, 2 May 2001, Andi Gutmans wrote:
> >At 04:22 PM 5/2/2001 +0300, Zeev Suraski wrote:
> >>I don't see any unusual peak now;  We have tons of bug reports all the
> >>time.  IMHO our problem is no longer lack of QA, but lack of developer
> >>resources to fix bugs.
> >>I truly think that making RCs effective releases gains nothing.  If
> >>everyone else thinks differently, so be it.
> >
> >The COM problem would have been found IMO if we had released a bigger RC.
>That COM problem is Win32 specific. And as Microsoft in it's great wisdom
>has decided not to include any compilers in their OSs, the lack
>of binary builds for RCs kinda makes it a bit hard for those who would
>like to to test to actually test.
>Or are there binaries build for Winblows of each RC ?
>Another thing would be great, is that the snapshots of CVS were
>also found as binaries for Windoze.
>(Forgive me, I don't do Windows..=)

Yes, that would definitely be nice and it used to exist on 
Hopefully when the site returns it'll start happening again.
In any case, this problem isn't Windows or UNIX specific. It's just a 
question of not having enough people test the RC's.
I don't think "leaking" some RC information to the PHP mailing list is a 
bad thing :)


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