Mirek M. wrote (27-10-13 02:04)
This is a meritocracy -- if you're not happy with something, you're welcome
to swoop in and change it. :) (Of course, the community also has to accept
The problem is that a process is started, that is not always solid
enough to give the professional outcome that is needed. Despite the
enthousiasm and commitment of many people in the community.
You can diliver something that is not finished enough and say to the
ones that are affected: pls repair :)
Same with the template manager. Still broken functionality.
Thus when it's not finished in the sense that you can expect new users
to be enthusiastic (or at least not being putt-off) and exiting
(business) users to be able to work with it, there must be the option to
keep the work back to be more finihed for the next release.
That is what Michael explained in a IMO undertandable and correct way.
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