Em Terça, 4 de Maio de 2004 00:03, Mark McLoughlin escreveu:
Its about potential destabilisation, yes. Every code change,
matter how trivial it may seem, brings with it the risk of introducing
regressions or weird side effects. Therefore, at this stage in the
release cycle its good practise to weigh up the benefit each code change
brings versus the potential for introducing other bugs.
As much as I want Fedora to have great localizations, and the portuguese
localization would probably benefict from the 2.6.0 -> 2.6.1 upgrade, I still
Enabling the translation of mouse types names between the last beta and final
release of RHL9 (what trouble can than cause?) had the side effect of making
anaconda crash for several languages.