aaron at technosailor.com
Wed Dec 21 17:39:38 GMT 2005
I personally feel like it's okay to launch before Christmas. I will try to
be around to offer support in the forum, Podz. I won't be around on
Christmas Eve or Day though. I will be spending time with my family.
Choosing tech over family is what got me separated from my wife and I'm not
going to make that mistake again on Christmas.
On 12/21/05, Podz <podz at tamba2.org.uk> wrote:
> Matt Mullenweg wrote:
> > Podz wrote:
> >> 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
> >> code.
> > By the same argument, you can say that the post-release support spike
> > isn't going to be as big as normal.
> Right now we are averaging 23 new topics and 120+ answers a day.
> WordPress has a good support reputation - a new release at a time of
> reduced support would not put this release in a good light would it ?
> And would it really hurt to delay it ? Really ? For the sake of a few days
> Matt - if you don't release it, you will get frustrated but everyone
> else will understand. If you do release it, you'll be happy because of
> what you said about today / tomorrow but there will be frustration
> among many.
> Your choice though anyway.
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