Michel RENON wrote
IMHO, it's a bad decision :
it clearly means that the design is incomplete.
And it's not during the Beta phase that such work can be started.
My suggestion is to postpone the start center for the 4.3 release.
It's possible because the current start center is still ok.
It will give you the minimum time to perform design and dev tasks in a
calm way. People from QA, translation and documentation will also
Postponing isn't going to happen. This is a Time based release project. The
criteria for release is not based on completeness.
A second concept: this is not a democracy. It's a "do-ocracy".
It also took me some time to realize that.
I still haven't figured out if this the right way (fixes and improvements
occur much faster) or the wrong way (regressions creep in at the most
unexpected places and scare users away, some features change from release to
You either accept this as it is or you are going to be disappointed .
Just my 2 cents ;)
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