[typo] Recent Multi-Blog update Breaks

Kevin Ballard kevin at sb.org
Mon Mar 20 03:26:51 EST 2006

The number of tickets for 4.0 left is a small number. Hopefully we  
can get them dealt with fairly quickly.

On Mar 20, 2006, at 12:25 AM, cedric wrote:

> We need to have something really attractive to new users to have  
> new testers.
> The "typosphere.org" is waiting for an evolution for a long time now.
> The new users just have a 2.6.0 stable version, but if they want  
> something
> attractive they must dive in the unstable version or the trac and its
> patches...
> I don't think it's the best way to be attractive.
> I read something about pre4.0 version, but perhaps could we freeze  
> for a
> while the trunk to have a good intermediate release after a bug  
> hunt week
> or day?
> Typo is the toy of the brave developpers, and it must stay fun. But It
> also must be attractive and rich for the users.
> I respect the will of everyone, but it's perhaps the time to  
> clarify the
> status of all the Typo related stuff (i.e typosphere, versions,  
> etc...)
> I only want to ask everybody to clearly think about what they want  
> Typo to
> be, explain it and then we can see if there's a common path to follow.

Kevin Ballard
kevin at sb.org

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