sugar 0.83 in joyride
tomeu at tomeuvizoso.net
Tue Nov 11 02:29:37 EST 2008
On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 4:46 AM, genesee <genesee.gbh at gmail.com> wrote:
> Aw, you're no fun! Since first upgrading from 656 to Update 2, there is no
> turning back.
> Warnings are so droll. So far nothing in joyride has been fatal. Not getting
> rid of me so easy!
Oh, in that case, keep trying explosive stuff ;)
Joyride will be really broken for at least a couple of days, but soon
(I hope) it will be usable by curious people who want to see where
development is heading. Though will keep eating people's files and
failing to do basic stuff for several months ;)
> Tomeu Vizoso wrote:
>> Genesee: If your XO is your only computer, then please don't use
>> joyride at all. Developers need a place where to break everything
>> (including all data in the laptop) in order to do their job, and that
>> place is now joyride.
>> All: seems like we have failed to explain what can be expected from
>> joyride builds. How can we better warn of the breakage that joyride
>> builds can cause?
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