2008/11/20 Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski
> On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 12:56:51PM +0100, Antonio M wrote:
>> Surprise!!!! we are not far from official release and again if I want
>> to surf an shared folder on a Windows machine,
> Surfing is usually done on water using surfing boards.
> I'm not sure how you can surf a folder... ;)
>> I see the shared
>> folders and again I get the message that I cannot mount shared
> But seriously, we are too close to a release to make non-critical
> changes now. The fix (if any) will come as an update later. Have
> you filed a bug report in bugzilla?
> Dominik 'Rathann' Mierzejewski <rathann*at*icm.edu.pl> | LAN Staff
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No I have not filed a bug (and I will not file): as we are close to
the release, I suggest that any change that are critical should be
tested by developers as many of us had a working system and now it is
broken (the it-is-rawhide-and-it-can-be-broken song should not played
at this point of development)
First of all as I see it it's up to us QA'S not the developers to test
and make sure this does not hit the end-user(s).
Bug dont get FIXED if they dont get FILED.
It's better that developers spend there time coding rather than testing..