Tony Mechelynck wrote:
So with a program like SeaMonkey how is this treatment of 'alpha
build' any different from the treatment of a general/'official'
Of course, it's still an alpha build, so every user uses it at his own
risk, the usual disclaimer is in order: it may crash your hard drive,
beat your dog to death, put your house on fire and elope with your
spouse. No complaints accepted, no reimbursements given out.
release to the public? 8:-)
Only difference that I know of is that there's a longer interval
between things with a general release label, and the code bundle
available for download is frozen more solidly.
Warranty? :-) , Actionable Assurances? :-) , reimbursements :-) :-) ?
In either case the developers want error-reports/feedback! Is that
what you call complaints?
Yes I know even MS or all other for $$$ products state 'as is' and
'not responsible' et.c in their disclaimers and boiler plate EULAs.
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