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Re: [Bug-gnubg] Version 1.0 ?

From: David Bellows
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnubg] Version 1.0 ?
Date: Thu, 2 May 2013 16:03:09 -0500

Those seem like pretty substantial improvements and what with package
maintainers asking for some kind of clarity in the situation I think
this would be an excellent time to take 'er out of beta.

On Thu, May 2, 2013 at 2:17 PM, Michael Petch <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi All,
> I'm of the opinion that given the stability of the current builds on
> Unix and Windows platforms, and what appears as a measurable increase in
> strength and better performance on 3ply (Depreli studies suggest it),
> that we should consider ourselves at 1.0 . If we aren't at 1.0 yet, then
> we probably will never have a reason to be.
> We have a stable product, yes it has some known bugs, but in general I
> think we can finally pull it out of testing after more than a decade.
> Anyone have any objections?
> If there aren't any sizable objections, it may require some
> documentation tweaking (to up issue from 0.91) to 1.0, and possibly move
> the version of the weights file to 1.0 as well.
> Questions, comments etc, please feel free to make them known.
> Preliminary (not complete) Depreli results are attached using XG2
> rollouts as of 20130427. A regression (using v0.91) still has to be done
> against all decisions in the original match files to see if more
> positions need rollouts over what is in the current Depreli list. This
> would likely increase the totals, but I don't believe it will be
> substantial.
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> Michael Petch
> GNU Backgammon Developer
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