___/ On Fri 02 Jun 2006 17:16:24 BST, [ Craig ] wrote : \___
On 6/2/06, Rob Miller <r@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
It will (I should hope!) be added into the core, it's just releasing
2.0.3 and then 2.0.4 a day later will be annoying to users, especially
since the changes are relatively minor. Users affected by the bugs can
just use the plugin to tide them over until the actual release :)
Which subsequently reminds me of past conversations in the wp-testers
list where it was suggested that a more formal testing regime be
developed and adopted for incidents like this.
Ryan announced the availability of a candidate on the 31st of May, IIRC.
This was posted to wp-testers, but there was no apparent response.
Therefore, I doubt many people bothered to 'knock' on it.
Maybe there ought to be some incentives or hype, much as in the Bug Hunt
(with or without bounty) last year. I personally lost some motivation due
to decreased response and activity on Trac. While I still have the
nightlies (re-)installed every night, I rarely take them for a spin
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