about empathy as the default IM application
ciancia at di.unipi.it
Wed Jun 17 12:06:07 UTC 2009
On 16/06/2009 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.
Close the most important bugs first. If people who is used to be
invisible becomes busy, they will hate you. If a software is so badly
developed that important bugs do not usually get closed in 6 months, I
don't see why ubuntu users should be forced or at least pressed to use
those. Sorry if this looks acid but I am tired of people complaining to
me in turn (who encouraged many to switch to ubuntu or to upgrade from
older versions). They are right.
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