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8879 Nov 25,2003 07:50 AM Nov 25,2003 09:38 AM General Discussion 2
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Stefan T
Asked On November 25, 2003 07:50 AM

I can wait. Problems in software development never are soft. Your project works with high quality without compromises . In general more than a half of projects fail or decline their standards. I'm interest to have a solid state with my tools and I have it with yours. Your mistake only is that you don't concentrate in one target but you put all together. Ofcourse I like all the new goodies but what I need more for my current projects is more stability to existing tools and better documentation ( number one problem ) Continue your good work Best Regards

Sigurdur G. Gunnarsson
Replied On November 25, 2003 08:43 AM

I agree with what you are saying, but I don't consider it a good practise to say almost a week ago things like "The beta version is hours away." and stating that they are finishing up the documentation. As a developer I rather want the harsh "sorry, 2-3 weeks" instead of saying "just 1-2 more days" for a few weeks :) Anyway, I really look forward to the V2 beta and send my best wishes to the dev team.

Stefan T
Replied On November 25, 2003 09:38 AM

No it isn't a good practice, but for me it is obvious that they did because they care about their customers. You can put low standards and a lot of hype or high standards and hard painful work

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