mark.wordpress at txfx.net
Wed Dec 21 11:21:48 GMT 2005
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.
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 code.
>> 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
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