What about making the banch but calling it an alpha release?

I suspect many more people would have a chance to kick the tires if they could download binaries. You may find some of the "critical" bugs actually only occur in very specific circumstances,
or that there are other, even more critical bugs hiding.

I think most people are mature enough to understand what an alpha release is, and treat it as such.

Just a thought,


Andreas Jung wrote:

--On 13. November 2005 20:33:01 +0100 Florent Guillaume <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

Anyway if we want to go further we need to schedule bug days. One per
week, or something like that. Otherwise nobody will set aside the time to
discuss, investigate and fix the current bugs.

Right, right, but there must be enough people to fix bugs...the last bugs days we had were not sooo successful. There is no way to enforce contributors to fix bugs. Speaking for myself I look at bugs from time to time and see what I can fix. There are bunch of bugs where you don't know if it is a bug or a feature...it's basically a question of having time...


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