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From Eran Chinthaka <chinth...@opensource.lk>
Subject Re: [Axis2] Please VOTE for your favorite bug to be fixed.
Date Sun, 01 Jul 2007 22:26:10 GMT
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Michele Mazzucco wrote:
> Eran,
> 
> your point is "let's add new, cool features", my point is "let's build
> something reliable". 

I think you didn't get my point. " ..there are significant improvements
over the last release .." doesn't mean they are not only new cool
features.  Fault handling was not working properly in the last release
and we fixed it. If you really looked at what we did during the
hackathon then you know how we improved it and how significant was it.
That is what I meant.

I am sorry if my interpretation of "significant improvements" is wrong
coz I know and agree my English is not that good  :)

I do agree with you that we need a reliable Axis2, but that doesn't mean
we need to keep on postponing releases "until" we fix everything.

Ok, let's say we postpone the release. How can you help fixing some
blockers to make it more reliable? What is the plan you have? Just
asking to postpone thinking "some one" will fix blockers and "some day"
we will get a more stable one is nothing more than following a mirage
for me.

Thanks,
Chinthaka
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