[Pharo-project] About stable and problem of high expectations. (Was: Re: [Bug Tracker] Issues tagged 1.3)

Stéphane Ducasse stephane.ducasse at inria.fr
Sat Mar 3 03:17:27 EST 2012

Thanks igor.
I agree with you and we all know that we are doing our best. :)
So just concentrate (control the flood of mail - for example allocate a pomodoro for that and close the mail).


On Mar 2, 2012, at 9:56 PM, Igor Stasenko wrote:

> First i'd like to make 1 thing clear, stable term used in two,
> completely different contexts, and it is easy to confuse:
> 1. stable as not crashing
> 2. stable as not evolving/developing
> The release are stable, first of all, in terms of 2. Not in terms of
> 1. Because there can be problems which were lying hidden etc etc.
> Of course one should try to get release meet both characteristics.
> Now about expectations.
> i wrote a long mail explaining this and that..  but then i decided to
> remove everything.
> Personally, I failing many expectations of many people. But it doesn't
> means that
> a) i don't want make things better
> b) i do it intentionally.
> yes, sometimes i do it intentionally. but then usually i letting those
> people know why i doing that.
> Second, what i did learnt using electronic communications is that when
> you got no response, it doesn't means that you
> completely ignored. In opposite to real life, when you say something
> face to face.
> Third. Put your anger towards fighting with bugs, not people who are
> you working with.
> -- 
> Best regards,
> Igor Stasenko.

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