[K12OSN] End-of-school-year routine?

Matthew Ross mross at esd165.org
Wed Jun 30 22:00:54 UTC 2004

"When it's done" like Duke Nukem Forever or Debian Sarge? Sm:)e.

Well, this was just a suggestion because his main user base are on 
school schedules. School schedules usualy have summers as the time when 
major changes can be made without effecting their students and staff. 
Thus, an annoucement of "it's comming soon" when it's in this time makes 
tech administrators anxious. If we don't know, or think it's far off 
(say, expected Begining of Winter), we'll stop pestering you guys. And 
if you release it early, all the better!

Like I said, it's just a suggestion.

Oh, and glad to hear some of the LTSP crew is listening on this list as 

--Matt Ross

jam at mcquil.com wrote:

>On Wed, 30 Jun 2004, Matthew Ross wrote:
>>Hey Eric,
>>Put my name on the list for "Waiting Patiently and Enthusiasticly" for 
>>K12LTSP 4.1.
>>Oh, and it might be a wise idea to make your future major updates so 
>>they don't land in the summer or early fall, that way the schools don't 
>>wonder "Will it be here in time?" and you won't have to listen to us ask 
>>the very same question.
>Eric's been holding up the release because I've not completed the 
>updates to LTSP-4.1.
>Basically, we don't time our releases around anything other than the 
>software being done.  Although "done" is an elusive term. It's never 
>really done :)
>Jim McQuillan
>jam at Ltsp.org

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