[squeak-dev] Waiting for 3.11 artifacts.
siguctua at gmail.com
Wed Dec 10 01:10:02 UTC 2008
A Gjallar is a good example of doing things right.
It doesn't need to stick with XXX image to the end of days, instead -
Gjallar evolves along with tools/frameworks it using.
This means that it using quite agile/modular development strategy:
it can always migrate to a new version of seaside, or magma, or image.
Also, it makes easy to try different combinations or new releases of
components it relies on, which in own turn generating a valuable
feedback for them, and generally helps making better, faster, bug-free
frameworks which Gjallar is using.
Igor Stasenko AKA sig.
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