ryan at ryanduff.net
Wed Dec 21 11:34:05 GMT 2005
Mark Jaquith wrote:
> I'm probably not going to be as available as I'd like to be. And I
> certainly wouldn't mind letting the current release candidate float
> until the new year so that we can give time for any critical bugs to
> surface. It'd be nice if we could focus on a 2.1 release afterwards,
> instead of wasting time scrambling to get a 2.0.1 release out.
> - Mark
> On Dec 20, 2005, at 4:31 PM, Ryan Duff wrote:
>> Podz wrote:
>>> Posted to Hackers & Forums:
>>> I know that there has been an announcement, but if 2.0 does come out
>>> tomorrow / Thursday, then just who is going to be around for all the
>>> problems ? You can guarantee it will be a lot less than normal.
>>> I can see that pushing it out the door means no more coding over the
>>> holidays, but it means more problems and more work for everyone else.
>>> This is surely the ideal time to freeze - and I do mean freeze - the
>>> Who IS going to be around to help out ?
>> The mindset seems to be the same in #wordpress
>> I know I'm planning on being away Saturday through Sunday and don't
>> look forward to 100+ support emails when I get back. The same will be
>> true of the forums. How about a break then a push after Christmas
>> weekend. I think most of us would rather enjoy our holiday than worry
>> about fixing our plugins to work with 2.0
>> Anybody else second this?
>> --Ryan Duff
>> AIM: ryancduff
>> irc.freenode.net #wordpress
Mark, thanks for the input. I'm glad somebody is alive out there. Seems
to me, every forum thread or mail I send to the list gets ignored. Even
though Podz started this one, I replied next and apparently that killed it.
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