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From "Barbalace, Richard" <RBARBAL...@PARTNERS.ORG>
Subject RE: Tomahawk compatibility table
Date Fri, 01 Feb 2008 20:01:16 GMT
I am disappointed by the attitude expressed here.  Testing whether two related
projects are compatible should be a basic part of the release process.  It is
simple QA.  That so many releases have gone through without such an essential
check raises questions about the competence of those involved in this project.

Since Tomahawk 1.1.3 and Core 1.1.4, there have been several releases of each.
Just finding a compatible pair of versions is a daunting task for anyone given
the number of possible combinations, especially when trying to adjust for
incompatible changes among the versions of each project.  I have not yet found a
single match of newer versions of Tomahawk and Core that are compatible.  Having
used MyFaces for three years now, I can safely say that leaving this important
task to even less experienced users is ridiculous.  The developers need to take
responsibility for their work.

Richard J. Barbalace
Boston, MA, USA 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Simon Kitching [] 
> Sent: Friday, February 01, 2008 8:07 AM
> To:
> Subject: Tomahawk compatibility table
> Hi,
> I'm getting really annoyed with all the "why isn't the 
> tomahawk compatibility table up to date" questions.
> Unless someone vetos it, I'll just rip that page out of the 
> site tonight, and put the existing info up on the wiki 
> instead. Then users have only themselves to blame if it is 
> not up-to-date.
> Regards, Simon

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