KDE 3.1 release schedule draft

Neil Stevens neil at qualityassistant.com
Mon Jun 3 09:27:55 BST 2002

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On Monday June 03, 2002 01:21, Rob Kaper wrote:
> Even with a possible delay I believe this schedule is too tight. In case
> you haven't noticed, it is summer. Sunshine and all that. I expect to be
> outside a lot more with this weather and thus won't spend as much time
> on KDE as I would with crappy weather. I would be surprised if other
> volunteers wouldn't also cause a decrease in productivity and even paid
> KDE developers might go on a vacation for a couple of weeks.

So then KDE 3.1 has fewer new features than a 3.1 release. So KDE 3.1 is 
more stable than a winter release might.  Why is that bad?  Why do 
developers in the southern hemisphere have to wait for the northerners? 

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