On 01/06/2012 11:05 AM, Fabian Rodriguez wrote:
Staying on the subject, the download page is confusing, advertising two
"final" versions, without hinting at the differences.
OK, this is more like a question that needs a good answer.
3.3.4 and 3.4.4 are both listed as final versions.
What it should be included, besides the date, is what those two versions
3.3.4 is the last of that "line". It is a stable release that some
people use for the business version of LO.
3.4.4 is the current line, with 1 or 2 version left of that line. It
was used as the "cutting edge" line/version for LO when the 3.3.x line
was still being worked on.
I would love to see some better descriptions for each "final" version of
LO. When 3.5.0 comes out, will there be 3 "final" versions listed?
As of Feb 14th 2012 there should be the following "final" version out -
with final being the current versions that are not in RC status.
That will make it even more confusing for people.
3.3.4 - Business version - the old reliable version
3.4.4 / 3.4.5 - Personal version and cutting edge business version
3.5.0 - must cutting edge version for experiments.
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