about empathy as the default IM application
yoasif at gmail.com
Tue Jun 16 20:04:59 UTC 2009
On Tue, 2009-06-16 at 20:39 +0100, Alexander H Deriziotis wrote:
> This would be a pretty bad move regarding Ubuntu's development model.
> With a 6-month release cycle, things need to remain cutting edge. If
> every release is just going to be a rehash of a previous one, then
> Canonical should be releasing at least yearly.
Yes, a rehash is so much worse than releasing stuff that is *worse* than
what came before. Obviously I disagree -- I think that there is a real
problem with the idea that "newer is better" -- I believe that better is
better -- and sometimes that means it's newer, and sometimes that means
waiting until the newer item is actually better.
Ubuntu shouldn't be focused on being newer, it should be focused on
being better -- if it's not better, bug #1 doesn't /deserve/ to be
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