[Scribus] Is 1.3.4 stable enough

Christoph Schäfer christoph-schaefer
Thu Oct 18 19:33:23 CEST 2007

Am Donnerstag, 18. Oktober 2007 11:11:40 schrieb Gregor:
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> Gregory Pittman pravi:
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>   <pre wrap="">Stewart Noy wrote:
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>   <pre wrap=""><!---->Exactly my point. Nonetheless we have seen and will
> continue to see those who, despite being advised to wait before using
> 1.3.4+ do it anyway. It seems the best we can do is to try to keep them
> from doing a lot of work in unstable versions only to reach a frustrating
> dead-end and not be able to load the file into the stable version.
> Unfortunately there are many tantalizing elements in the unstable versions,
> which is part of the fatal attraction, I guess.
> Greg
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> As an end user I can tell you what puzzled me into downoloading 1.3.4
> first. <br>
> Mainly it was this article in the feed I'm subscribet to<br>
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> It's written "release" no mention about beta or test, dev or anything
> similar. No warning it is not meant for production ...<br>
> It has a nice looking round version number and even a name so ...
> everyone who reads this thinks it's THE release :)<br>
> And it is the almost latest news on the site ... (funny, noone mentions
> .1.3.5 or even<br>
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> I think if you make some changes to this article, less people will be
> puzzled by the 1.3.4<br>
> And it's not bad idea to get the news updated ... <br>
> The web site is the first thing end users look at, cvs, mail list ...
> comes later, when something gets wrong ;)<br>
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> Gregor<br>
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