It says 'Pre-releases', not 'Release Candidates'...
A pre-release (think 'Alpha' releases) can be even more buggy/error
prone than a BETA...
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'...
All Pre-Release versions are available on that same page regardless if they
are Alpha, Beta or RC.
I am saying this because I have previous experience ;)
I thought it was better to be more specific but maybe Miroslaw is right that
"creating more complex descriptions won't help"
In any case the text on the Download page needs to be corrected. IMO it is
NOT enough to replace 3.6.0 with 4.0.0
It should read
"This is *a Pre-Release version of the upcoming* LibreOffice 4.0.0, prepared
with care and presented with pride by the LibreOffice community. But since
this is the *Pre-Release version of the* very first version in the 4.0
series, please make sure you read the release notes (see right). "
BTW The link on the right "Release Notes", links to the release notes of the
Stable version 3.6.4...
I suggest that it points to
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