Re: Question

From: Travis Turner (
Date: 01/20/97

> > There are two big advantages to smaller, incremental releases:  1)
> > because of the nature of the "patch" program, smaller changes are much
> > more likely to merge in without any manual intervention, and  2) with
> > more frequent releases bug fixes can be incorporated as they come up,
> > improving the signal-to-noise ratio on this mailing list.
> > 
> > I would prefer smaller, more frequent updates.  As it is we're pretty
> > much guaranteed to have to manually incorporate any updates because the
> > changes they represent are such a large leap from the previous revision.

Really.. i dont really care how long they come out.. heck i dont even 
care if they come out with another (tho it is nice), I'm happy enough on 
my bpl 11 which i've already advanced a lot from a stock circle.  And 
since i've do some any edits and patches etc.. I prolly wouldnt be able 
to upgrade from a patch file easily.  Readlly.. if bpl 12 (or the 3.0 
realase) comes out..I prolly wont upgrade uless theres some must-have 
feature i really want in it, because it would be too much of a hassle

Just my two cents, not really meant as a flame or any sorts... :)
Travis Turner
Radison, Admin Implementor of Daedric Mud
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