A process proposal for 3.10
ramon.leon at allresnet.com
Tue Oct 17 20:27:06 UTC 2006
> > And how long have we been waiting on 3.9?
> How many bug fixes did you propose?
> How many test did you wrote?
> > I'd much rather see a timely
> > release every 6 months that includes what's already been done,
> me too
> > than wait
> > forever for a release that has a list of "want to have's".
> Imagine that we delivered. But you can bash us, this is free,
> cheat and easy.
> We tried our best. Look at the gamma phase: nearly no
> feedback. And normally we should only fix show stoppers.
> I learned the lesson. This is a hard but I learn it.
Don't misunderstand me, I'm not complaining, you'd guys did a great job and
a tremendous amount of work. I contributed nothing to 3.9, I'm well aware
of that, I've been spending all my time just trying to get Squeak in use at
work, on 3.8. I don't have time to play with alpha/beta/gamma releases.
I'm just happy to be using Smalltalk at all.
I'm simply agreeing with Andreas that maybe, in the future, there's a better
process that'll be smoother than the current one, and require less Herculean
efforts from a select few such as yourself and Marcus. I don't mean to
preach, I certainly don't have the right, I'm a rookie.
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