Follow Up from "Let's Discuss Interim Releases"
psusi at ubuntu.com
Sun Mar 10 01:34:39 UTC 2013
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On 03/09/2013 03:32 PM, Philip Muskovac wrote:
> The *good* side of being frozen and stopping development, is that
> you actually force people to stop developing and instead
> concentrate on testing and fixing bugs. The moment you open a new
> development branch developer attention will turn to that instead of
> stabilizing the LTS.
Trying to force people to do something they do not want is never a
good idea. It also isn't an either-or situation. You don't choose
between new development and bug fixing. You fix bugs when they are
reported, and when there aren't any that need fixing, you can continue
with new development. If you can't work on new development, and don't
have known bugs to fix, then you are wasting time with nothing to do.
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