Did you get a sex change too?
see3d at writeme.com
Sat Oct 15 15:35:32 CDT 2005
Jump up on soapbox with flame thrower!
It makes my blood boil when "easy to fix" bugs are not fixed because
they are not high priority problems. There is nothing more
frustrating than having to put in "temporary" work around code
forever. Rediscovering the same bug over and over again in the user
community makes Rev appear to be a far less bug free product than it
is. But what really irks me is when a new release breaks something
that used to work, and because it is not a "high priority", the fix
gets delayed for many months. A priority list also needs to take
into account the cost to fix in time, AND the cost in reputation.
Of course I have to concede that Rev has taken note of the impact of
bugs recently, and at the strong urging of their users, has made a
major push against the little demons in the latest release. I hope
this priority placed on dousing this latest release with liberal
quantities of bugicide will continue in future. Perhaps every new
feature release can be followed by a major bug fix release to keep
the momentum up on having a clean environment.
On Oct 15, 2005, at 4:07 PM, Jim Hurley wrote:
>> Message: 9
>> Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2005 17:10:18 +0200
>> From: Eric Chatonet <eric.chatonet at sosmartsoftware.com>
>> Subject: Re: Did you get a sex change too?
>> To: How to use Revolution <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
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>> Hi Jim,
>> Bugzilla #2764 (June 2005) entered by Sarah.
>> Bug noted as "new" but a quick test with older versions of Rev show
>> that this bug was present since the introduction of the
>> revSpeechVoices function (Rev 2.0).
>> Does not help at all :-(
>> Le 15 oct. 05 ý 16:48, Jim Hurley a Ècrit :
> Thanks Eric. That's a long wait to fix something that would so easy
> to fixed.
> But it would also be hard to think of a bug with a lower priority.
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