Le 2010-10-26 09:52, Robert Boehm a écrit :
But yes....maybe it should say "beta" on the face of it....
On 10/26/2010 08:48 AM, Michel Gagnon wrote:
Is it possible to write the version number in a way that is
understandable by mere mortals?
For example, current version of LibreOffice is called 3.3.0beta2 on
the website. Yet, when I open "About LibreOffice", I see
LibreOffice3.3.0 -- OOO330m9 (Build:1) libreoffice-build 126.96.36.199.
Nothing tells me whether I have the final version, a preliminary
version, a nightly build or...
I know I am able to find the proper information, but think about my
mother, or think about me, when I want to update my colleagues'
computers and can't easily see what version they have.
Putting "Beta" somewhere would be a good help. Members are installing
the latest "Beta2" and are mostly unaware that it is a beta. As you said
the current version of LibO is really not meant to be used on a
production machine. But they still do it regardless and expect it to be
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