Please do not draw hasty conclusions.
The type of errors we get now are truly in the annoying category, and
not in the critical one. This is quite nice as compared with the
situation from not long ago. And in particular given that people are
working on the latest version which modifies continuously and that we
do not get any show stopper error I find it even nicer.
Also, we do have releases in the form of one click images which
exactly provide reasonable configurations. In the future, it would be
nice to get scripts that load a given configuration, but that does not
mean that what we have now is really not enough.
Nevertheless, we should discuss this on Sunday.
On 26 Aug 2009, at 18:31, Simon Denier wrote:
Fortunately this is something we can discuss on Sunday
Dont forget the roadmap, it's still relevant, in particular with
respect to process:
On 26 août 09, at 18:04, Stéphane Ducasse wrote:
> When I see mondrian flow of bugs I feel like we are really not
> having a good process.
> Process to test release version
> Process to use existing version
> So could we get a stable version and a process to use stable code?
> May be we could have a released moose package where stable release
> are pushed.
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