KDE 4 Beta 1
tripatos at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 12:42:46 UTC 2007
I guess the real problem is that the quality of Beta software isn't
very standardized. I also think many final software isn't really final
either. But I have used some Google Beta software without any issues
(in Windows), however there are some Beta software which should still
be called an Alpha (according to me)... So, what does Beta in the case
of KDE means? :-) Sorry for that quite "newbie" question...
2007/8/3, Derek Broughton <news at pointerstop.ca>:
> Derek Broughton wrote:
> > Greg Booth wrote:
> >>> Just a thought.......
> >>> Do you think it's a good idea to jump his case because he's new to
> >>> linux? (ie doesn't really understand the difference between beta and
> >>> stable)
> >> Heck, I don't get the difference between beta and stable in Linux.
> >> Seems like half the stuff people use daily is still "beta" or
> >> "non-production ready"...
> > Half of it is. afaik, Wine still hasn't got out of "alpha", but I still
> > think we should strongly discourage people who express their newbieness to
> > avoid beta-test software.
> hmmm. That wasn't what I meant. I still think we should strongly
> _encourage_ people who express their newbieness to avoid beta-test
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