On 02/01/2013 at 16:45, Pedro <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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
It does not say that the currently available build is a BETA
But it says that this is not stable, it is for "testing" and it is NOT "for
general use". These are most important information here.
If user just want to download app, then he want to know where is stable
release. Why do you think that TDF should force users to know anything about
software release process and differences between alpha, beta and release
candidate builds? As long as these are "not for general use", most people
And people who do care - well, they can get information and links to certain
builds elsewhere (like TDF wiki).
I don't see a point in cluttering download page with irrelevant information.
People already have problems with choosing right version and finding download
link. Creating more complex descriptions won't help them.
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