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hi Pedro, all,

Pedro wrote (17-05-12 12:28)

IMHO after several releases it is possibly time to slow down a bit and
concentrate on Quality instead of Quantity...

A suggested contradiction between quality and new functions is an artificial (which has been explained over and again ;-) and has been the case ever since 1.0.1, and will be the case too in other projects based on the old code, once things start to happen there..)

Apart from that: people concerned in improving quality, for which there always is place, make sure they contribute to QA and e.g. use the QA mailing list. One of the most important items is helping that problems that are found/ reported, are clearly visible in true context, so that nasty regressions are marked and recognised as such, thus that developers can jump on them asap :-)


 - Cor

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