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Re: [XBoard-devel] XBoard 4.9.0 release

From: Joshua Pettus
Subject: Re: [XBoard-devel] XBoard 4.9.0 release
Date: Mon, 9 May 2016 07:54:31 -0400
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I agree. There are a lot of bugs we fixed since 4.8, some really big, not to mention a lot of quality of life improvements. A 4.9.1 release will be required anyway, because harm and I cant catch everything (though I think we did pretty good). Dev releases are easy, but it takes most of a month to get the translations depending on whose active. If we can excite people with the release maybe we can get some more translators. :)


On 5/9/16 4:24 AM, H.G. Muller wrote:
at we have, and when we received all .po files pertaining to it,
we just release a 4.9.1 with those. We might have bug-reports and fixes in the mean time as well, so it is never a bad idea to have an x.y.1 release shortly after the x.y.0 release. We could even adopt that as a policy for future releases. String freezes are just not practical; it is always better to have an item with an untranslated name in the UI than not having the item at all. Or postponing the release, leaving people with unfixed bugs in the previous

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