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Thanks for reply, Charles.

My previous descriptions were just examples, I hope the new download page
will teach users which is the best suitable version for their needs.
It would be useful show a warning message (e.g. "for early-adopters and
casual users") on every major release until the next 3-4 bugfix releases
made it production ready.

As a LO supporter, I'm afraid that people who download new releases like
4.2.0 (or 4.1.0, 4.0.0, etc...) found it so "buggy" to give up and don't try
LO again. A simple message IMHO could make lots of users happy and avoid a
potential lost for LO growth.



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