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On 12-05-03 06:07 AM, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
The marketing list believes the 3.5.x branch is more stable than the
3.4.6. There is not much we can do about that on this list. You need to
take this to the marketing list as they are the ones that are psuhing
people into using the 3.5.x before many of us feel it is ready.

If you are finding problems with 3.5.x then install 3.4.6.

Btw sorry about the tone of this email i am getting a lot of flak from
the marketing list for daring to disagree with them.
Regards from
Tom :)

Another more important problem is the 3.4.6 will soon be "Enf of Life"
(or already is).

If someone finds problems in 3.5.x we need to get bug reports before
they install 3.4.6 again. Some times acceptable workarounds are found,
other times when a regression is confirmed the bugx fix may come very
quickly. It's a compromise, and everyone should decide by themselves.

"The Marketing list" is not a compact body of unified opinions, so
please don't jump to conclusions as to what anyone there can do or not.

Fabian Rodriguez

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