"Too many pieces of excellent software are pushed through
their release cycles before they are ready. Release-quickly,
Release-often is a very powerful chant, but is it viable, the way
it's being done? Take the Linux kernel, for
"I would have honestly thought that Linus would NOT want another
brown paper bag release, but that is exactly what we're heading
"Software will always have bugs, but this release could make or
break Open Source =as a movement=. It's not just one more piece of
software, it's the standard bearer..."
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