[PC-BSD Testing] [please test] Control panel

Claudio L. claudio at hpgcc3.org
Thu May 29 02:40:57 PDT 2014

I have a question:
Doesn't this defeat the purpose of having a production set?
I would think a production set of packages should be out for I don't 
know, 2 months minimum?
So the package freeze should be a couple of months prior to the 
production release, to give time for testing. Situations like this, 
where a package is being released for testing a few days before 
production release, in my opinion doesn't achieve the intent of the 
production set. The idea is to allow for things to mature first, then 
release as production.
I'm not complaining or anything, just making an observation that the 
releases should be spaced properly to achieve the goal, otherwise 
PRODUCTION will go out with some packages that are too "green" and will 
behave more or less like EDGE but with less frequent updates.

On the other hand, the new Control Panel looks good! I tested it for a 
little while and seemed to work well here.

On 06/02/2014 05:16, Yuri Momotiuk wrote:
> Hello!
> Please put attention on Control Panel. Application was reimplemented. 
> Please test it for bugs and regressions.
> I already have one fixed regression with item launch on Gnome 3 
> desktop. Fix was commited and will be in the next Edge update. Please 
> put attention on application common behaviour and items launching in 
> Gnome 3, Cinnamon, MATE and unsupported desktops. We have little time 
> to 10.0.2 release. Lets make it bugs free.
> Thanks.
> -- 
> Best regards, Yuri Momotyuk
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