Fallback plan if Empathy isn't ready for Karmic?

Vincenzo Ciancia ciancia at di.unipi.it
Tue Jun 23 14:26:49 UTC 2009

Il giorno lun, 22/06/2009 alle 19.04 +0100, Andrew Sayers ha scritto:
> The plan is to make sure that these bugs are all fixed in time for 
> Karmic, but what's the backup plan if there are still showstoppers
> when 
> the release starts to get closer?  More precisely, when, where and
> how 
> should people speak up if Empathy still has showstopping bugs?

The usual backup plan in ubuntu is: "ignore the problem early, because
we have time, and ignore the problem later, because we are late" :)

Please take this with a bit of irony, but isn't this happening again?
For how much I personally hate anything starting with "MS" including the
cigarettes :P the MSN protocol is a "must work" thing. If it does not
work, pidgin should remain the default.

One thing is to push usage of the new one, to receive more feedback and
be encouraged to work on it, one other thing is to release broken
things, which causes laughters in undecided users who could even switch
back to windows.


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