On 2013-01-02 10:45 AM, Pedro <email@example.com> wrote:
That page only mentions
Below, you can download a pre-release of the next version of LibreOffice for
evaluation, QA testing, etc. These versions are not meant for general use."
It does not say that the currently available build is a BETA
A BETA Release is NOT in the same league as a Release Candidate
It says 'Pre-releases', not 'Release Candidates'...
A pre-release (think 'Alpha' releases) can be even more buggy/error
prone than a BETA...
But if you think that is irrelevant, suit yourself...
It is very relevant, but you have to understand the terms for the
context. You are complaining because you apparently are equating
'pre-release' with 'release candidate'...
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