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Hi Charles,

On Thu, 07 Aug 2014 18:23:17 +0200
"Charles-H. Schulz" <> wrote:

Fyi maybe it is my browser but I see that on the homepage clicking on
download will dispmay a menu with the two branches. Surely that is an
acceptable behaviour?

Yes, I see that menu, and that menu is fine as far as I'm concerned,
other than the branch wording, which is a different discussion. It
*would* be very nice to have a short description of each branch there,
but even in a smaller font, it would probably just make the menu look
cluttered. Even more reason to use sensible, well known terms there, as
people will only have the terms to go on.

It's mainly the download page, the one at:
which is the default when clicking the big shiny "Download Now" button
on the homepage, that is an issue for me. Even trying to go to just:
gets one redirected to the Fresh branch.


P.S. I'm not sure why, but your mails are being addressed to both me and
the list, with my address coming first, which means a) I get it twice,
and b) when I hit reply, it replies by default to just you, instead of
to the list. This isn't the case with most other mails from the list,
so it seems to be something misconfigured on your side.

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