frederik at remote.org
Tue Jun 15 07:57:45 BST 2010
Russ Nelson wrote:
> It's not an opinion that JOSM doesn't do releases. It's a fact.
Can you elaborate. I mean, since Dirk took over, he at least makes a
point of "feature freezing" a "tested" version every few weeks or so,
asking developers to fix bugs before the current SVN is declared
"tested" and normal development continues. Nowaday the standard
suggestion for the general public is to always use the latest "tested"
rather than "current SVN" as it used to be. Granted, those "tested"
versions don't have release numbers, but other than this rather
superficial detail, what objective and factual criterion do they clearly
not fulfil in order to be called "releases"?
You *are* familiar with the current vs. tested scheme, are you not?
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