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On 06/03/2012 10:20 AM, Cor Nouws wrote:

webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote (03-06-12 15:55)

As the original poster of the User thread on this subject, I want to
step in and give you my opinion.

Thanks for doing so.
Additionally: just numbers say so little.
Even a regression may not be a problem, when compared to improvements over previous versions. Don't understand me wrong and think that I'm fully happy with the situation. However, it is up to the individual company (and supporting consultant) to decide which version is best for them. Really I know larger deployments moving to 3.5.1 already because of the improvements over the 3.4-line. Does that mean that it's better for all? No, of course not. Still I regret that I'm not able to spend some more time currently, cause for sure clearer categorizing of issues/regressions would make it easier to judge both individual and the global situation. And some more of that ;-)

Kind regards,

A side by side list of features between the version would help.

What I am afraid of is when 3.6.0 comes out, then the download page will recommend and automatically direct you to that x.x.0 version over the 3.5.5 version. We should not recommend or default to downloading a x.x.0 version over latest x.x.5 version of the precious line. That is my big issue.

Also, make it as easy as possible to give business users all the needed info to make an intelligent decision for choosing which version of LO to download and use. Let them see a side by side comparison between the current version of the lines. That will also show the user how much improvements have been made in the package between the different lines. That is also good marketing.

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