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SubjectRe: v2.6 vs v3.0
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We did catch flak on stability issues on 2.4 for whatever the
reasons. The way I see it we should not move to 3.0 until it's been
running stable under at least 2.6. The less technical the person
the more valuable perception becomes. By only moving to 3.0 when
2.x is seen as totally stable, more new (corporate) people will
consider it as the foundation for their infrastructure. Look at the
views of 2.2...

Besides, stability must be more important than features!

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Steve Szmidt
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