[Mageia-dev] How will be the realese cycle?

Fernando Parra gato2707 at yahoo.com.mx
Fri Oct 8 06:30:17 CEST 2010

On Thu, 7 Oct 2010 17:43:23 +0200
Samuel Verschelde <stormi-QFKgK+z4sOrR7s880joybQ at public.gmane.org> wrote:

> Le jeudi 7 octobre 2010 17:15:45, Romain d'Alverny a écrit :
> > So the above linked wiki page is about stating and nailing down the problem
> > several people here seem to agree there is:
> >  - first, make sure everyone speak about the same thing; so everyone should
> >    state her own point of view, detailed;
> >  - second, work this refined problem in depth, so that we see what is really
> >    the problem, and not only the symptoms;
> >  - third, once the problem is clearly stated, the solution(s) may be more
> >    obvious to see/discute/define.
> > 
> > Note that at this current stage of discussion, it may as well be that there are
> > _several_ issues mixed as one. So we could as well split the problem into
> > relevant parts.
> > 
> I think I see what you mean : you want the thing to be more globally thought that just pointing at some specifif improvements (whatever needed they may be). I'll try to stay in the frame, and will try to show that backports perception indeed has something to do with the feeling that updating your "favorite" applications is impossible or difficult in today's model :)
> Regards
> Samuel Verschelde
Hi Everybody.

Now I'm really happy, finally I think we are talking about the big goal: Usability and End User Satisfaction!

I propose close this particular thread at it's present state, at now it's hard to follow each one points of view.

I think is time to push harder, we need go to the desk and prepare a better structured documents as Marc proposed.

A final recommendation. We must think in the End User first, and later in technical issues, there is no matter how it can be sound impossible, remember When Jules Verne wrote about a trip to the moon, everyone thought it would be impossible, and now we see that it is 40 years since man landed on the lunar surface.

Think new, think magic, think Mageia

Fernando Parra <gato2707 at yahoo.com.mx>

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