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Re: feature freeze, and release date (was: svn 1.0 in 2006 or now?)

From: solo turn <soloturn99_at_yahoo.com>
Date: 2003-01-08 11:58:46 CET

thanks karl!

i would very much appreciate, if you consider applying criteria when
reconsidering, like:
- does the (current/potential) user notice a difference
  by fixing the issue:
- in better stability,
  (yes, then consider fix)
- in more functionality / usability,
  (if necessary, then consider fix)
- in better speed (i.e. more than 2 times as fast),
  (yes, then consider fix)
- in later release date,
  i.e. is it big/dangerous/complicated, or byte sized
  (yes, then consider postpone).

e.g. by fixing issue 510, you bring more flexibility into the code
(as i understand it), but you probably won't use this flexibility for
1.0, so the user would notice the fix by a later release date.

solo turn <soloturn99@yahoo.com> writes:
> 913: make import faster.
> reason: not used very often. works as it is.
> 510,511: xdelta reverse, svn patch
> reason: no bug, extension. potential danger of
> stability problems.

Yeah, 510 is questionable, though it's a pretty harsh interface
and it would be nice to have it in 1.0 (913 is essentially a no-op
once 510 is done). As we get closer to Beta and 1.0, we should
reconsider those; possibly they will get moved.

I think you're right about 511; have moved that one Post-1.0, hope no
one minds.

Thanks solo,

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