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patspats
23 Mar 2007, 7:46 AM
When is the next revision or Alpha 4 is going to release?

KimH
24 Mar 2007, 12:48 PM
I can't find it but I recall that Jack 3-4 days ago mentioned that the next rev would be up in a couple of days.... and since we have reached weekend I believe that he has decided to wait until the beginning of next week to release it.

kjordan
24 Mar 2007, 2:33 PM
I can't find it but I recall that Jack 3-4 days ago mentioned that the next rev would be up in a couple of days.... and since we have reached weekend I believe that he has decided to wait until the beginning of next week to release it.
He must be working hard on it since I haven't seen him much on the forum the past few days.

KimH
28 Mar 2007, 12:45 AM
Maybe he has decided to way until April 1st when the license information is published as well.... but I hope it will be sooner for the next rev.

brian.moeskau
28 Mar 2007, 4:08 AM
The current priority is getting everything ready for the April 1 site launch. This includes finalizing our licensing and support plans, fleshing out the site content, setting up our purchase process, etc. Look for the next rev early next week at the earliest.

KimH
28 Mar 2007, 6:17 AM
Hope that you will work a little bit more on timeframes etc. when everything falls into place next week. My guess is that a lot of people who read the thread from Jack that we could expect the next rev. in a couple of days wonders when it will be available. A tighter timeframe and some feedback if something is postponed would be great :wink:

brian.moeskau
28 Mar 2007, 6:45 AM
A tighter timeframe and some feedback if something is postponed would be great
Well, a staff of 15 dedicated coders, documenters, testers, webmasters, etc. would also be great :). Unfortunately, we don't have that. We're trying the best we can.

And not to nitpick, but I don't think that Jack casually throwing out the fact that an alpha rev might be available in "the next couple of days" can really constitute a formal project schedule that has been missed/postponed...

But yes, once everything is official, scheduling will almost certainly become a bit more formal.

patspats
28 Mar 2007, 10:39 AM
I am an IT project manager. Please let me know if I can be of any help - of course I cannot promise to work on this every day, but at least I can help you design the project.

Let me know thanks.