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Hi Tom, all,
Le 06/08/2014 11:17, Tom Davies a écrit :
Hi :)
This seems to be contradicting what Charles is saying.

no, they are on the same page :)

Also is it really a good policy to force new and unwitting users to act as
guinea-pigs?  Should all new users be pushed into finding and fixing bugs?

Finding bugs yes, who would find them else? One version is older and so
has been more experienced in all its features and corner cases, another
one has more features that need to be tested in real life work to find
regressions or bugs on those new features.

Would it really be bad to give them a clear and easy route to a less buggy

This is what is done, you, as a user, decide which version is good for
you, the older one or the new one. Even with all the tests we are doing
before a release, we won't be able to find all the bugs that are
triggered by a specific use of the suite, there are too many different
ways to use it.

Kind regards

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