> So its an e-mail issue then. I guess I could buy that reasoning > (maybe). Although numbers like 10,000 sound like an exaggeration to me. :) Yeah, well, you haven't seen my inbox lately. > Perhaps releasing versions without Jeremy's address attached to them > would solve that problem (if it exists). All I know is that a lot of > people have been waiting to use, debug and get involved with circle 3.0 > (or any other circle improvements) for a _long_ time now. Well, it's silly to distribute stuff without an Email address, IMHO. For something like a MUD, I really just don't think it makes sense to even try to publically release a half-cooked product. The main reason I decided to start releasing betas is because their "beta-ness" comes more from missing features than it does from bugs.
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