Lucid not stable before end of april

Steve yorvik.ubunto at googlemail.com
Mon Feb 8 09:57:05 UTC 2010


On Sun, 07 Feb 2010 20:30:00 -0000, Karl F. Larsen <klarsen1 at gmail.com>  
wrote:

> Oliver Grawert wrote:
>> hi,
>> Am Freitag, den 05.02.2010, 14:20 -0700 schrieb Karl F. Larsen:
>>>          Now my 10.4 Lucid 64 bit software is now stable.
>> as others pointed out in this thread lucid is far from stable, the
>> development sprint just took place last week where many new features
>> where finished but where very likely not uploaded yet.
>> so its very likely that within the next days when we start uploading our
>> work done last week a lot of new but yet broken features will show up.
>>
>> please choose your subjects a bit more careful, if you google
>> "lucid stable" your post is now the third hit and might confuse users
>> that dont know about the release schedule or what the feature freeze
>> means.
>>
>> ciao
>> 	oli
>>
> 	I know about the release schedule and I know the Alfa release
> should be unstable and it was. I stuck with it and get the
> updates. For example, I like four desktops that I can select.
> That feature was broken, actually had older software. I got a
> brown panel that told me what new software to get, and I got
> it with aptitude install.
>
> 	I'm now using 10.4 Lucid and it is stable. All the problems
> are fixed. OOo works fine and I compare 10.4 to my older 9.04.
> They are both stable and work.
>
> 	Just wondering perhaps we should use 10.04 instead of 10.4
> when talking about Lucid.
>
>
10.04 is not stable, you have stated that yourself. Updates are coming  
every day, every few hours even.  This is not stable software.


-- 
Steve




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