cpp header organizer

Ian Reinhart Geiser ian at geiseri.com
Mon Jan 31 10:27:48 UTC 2005

On Saturday 29 January 2005 12:13, Sylvain Joyeux wrote:
> Well ... I don't want to start a troll; but can somebody explain to me why
> KDevelop has to follow the KDE release cycle. It's a very big project
> which IMO could (and maybe should) have a life of its own.
Because there is this unfounded belief that if we shoehorn our release cycle 
into the kde release cycle we can get more "press".  When in fact it allows 
us to release a haphazard pile of code we have to fix before the .1 
release :P

This is my opinion as some one who has been fighting this for some years and 
loosing, so feel free to ignore me ;)

	-ian reinhart geiser

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