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Subject: Re: Is it time for a formal release?
From: Mike Holden (rockbox_at_mikeholden.uklinux.net)
Fred Maxwell said:
> I still run the 2.0 build. Why don't I use the daily builds?
> 1. Because the manual has not been updated to reflect the changes 2.
> Because I never know if the daily build I have just downloaded is buggy
> or not.
> It is time to consider a release. Whether it is called 2.1, 2.5, or 3.0
> matters not, but it should be done. Rockbox 2.0 has been out for seven
> months and is the last official release. Numerous features have been
> added since that time and I'm sure that no small number of bugs have
> been squashed.
> To that end, I recommend freezing the features, updating the manual and
> version history, releasing a beta, fixing any bugs that come up, and
> then releasing an official version. After that, development can
> continue on. Any comments from the developers?
Gets my vote. I said the same when we had the same conversation a couple
of weeks ago!
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