At 10:46 PM 5/2/2001 +0300, Zeev Suraski wrote:
>I think very much like James, that we're trying to fix something that 
>wasn't broken.  Ten RC's and twenty PRC's won't have done anything, if 
>between the last PRC and the final release code got changed.
>James put what I thought in clearer words (and with much more passion :), 
>I agree with every word he said.
>Andi - php-general@ today is so full of newbies that it's not a very good 
>place to start with either.  There may be smaller teams, PHP user groups 
>or something along these lines, that will be willing to take part in the 
>QA process.  I don't think that a random group of a few thousand users is 
>a good idea to start with.

Yeah but we can try it once. If we see that it's a disaster we'll stop and 
what we might have earned from it is having some of the more knowledgable 
guys from php-general@ hear about php-qa@ and joining.
As I said, you might be right but I think it's worth a try.


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