On 08/06/2014 09:39 AM, Charles-H. Schulz wrote:
Le 06.08.2014 15:04, Kracked_P_P---webmaster a écrit :
We have developed a "cycle" for each line where we know that x.x.0 is
the newest and x.x.6/7 is the most mature of that line. So we should
use that idea.
Yes we have two lines.
Yes there is an idea of maturity vs. younger/fresher
Yes the newer line should have more features to work with or a more
developed user interface
So maybe we could stop thinking "this line and that line" but focus on
how mature/developed the current versions of each line is.
Have a little sidebar with this idea of this version is "this mature"
for its line and the other version is "this mature" for its line.
What we need is terms that reflect the idea of the "age" of the
version, or what the cycle number really means.
x.x.0 - toddler version of the line
x.x.3 - teenager
x.x.5 - in college
x.x.6/7 - graduated and best working of the line
Betas are the newborn version of the line, if you go with the above
Can we somehow create terms like that, but in more of a business
Indeed we are missing such an explanation. Care to open a wiki page on
Not really. I have too much on my plate right now. Lots of computer
work with little available/usable time on the computer. Too much pain to
stay on the desktop, or laptop, for much time. Still have to download
the 90+ files for the 4.2.6 NA DVD version. Still have to make the ISO
file from the 4.3.0 version I downloaded the other day. Too many
"local" offline projects to deal with as well. Just wish the insurance
did not reject the last of the 3 procedures of the cycle since the first
2 were in prep for the 3rd. I was planning on that pain relief to catch
up with the work.
I hope someone can make a wiki page instead of me.
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