On Thu, 01 Sep 2011 12:40:58 -0400, I imposed a declaration in opposition
to FrozenNorth's motion to modify THE PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION in support of
the CROSS MOTION TO VACATE THE PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION. So noted by the
Federal Court of Usenet Justice proceeding preliminary declaration,
> On 9/01/11 12:23 PM, Robert James wrote:
>> Uncle Robbieboi's story time hour:
>> Thanks to a high speed WLAN connection as well as a power outlet in my
>> general area I decided to update my *nixtop for the first time in a few
>> months... Now it was only a few months ago when I got on the new
>> Mozilla hotness, Firefox 5 --- a new version of an old Netscape
>> workhorse. Version 5, while in beta for several months finally released
>> a stable copy in late June ... It was all new --- in late June. Late
>> June of this year mind you. I want you to remember after over a decade
>> of open Netscape clones --- after ALL that time version * 5 * of
>> Firefox came out... In late June, 2011 A.D.
>> Well the update went fine and I casually checked my version number,
>> 6.0.1... 'O... Wait... WTF Mozilla? Damn it, why is a very minor update
>> of an already recently released browser now a version higher???
>> Of course I run to Wikipedia, just to make sure I'm reading my version
>> number right. HOLY SWEET JESUS MOTHER OF GOD! Seems that version 6 that
>> is one month old is now old and busted... 7.0 Beta 2 is out to testers.
>> So let me get this right, cus this is completely NEW to me... Last I
>> checked version 5 after a long development was brought to the public to
>> much fan fair. Before many people even bothered to CHECK for a MINOR
>> updated they have version 6 hoisted on 'em to their surprise --- and a
>> few DAYS after your working on version 7 --- which is bull cause
>> version 8 is already in development BEFORE a stable release of 7 is
>> Wait, GOD DAMN IT --- forget version 8, looks like version 9 is going
>> to be in stable this December! Somebody knock Mozilla over the head
>> before by 2012 we need to install Mozilla Firefox v. 234.01!
>> WTF is this Mozilla???
>> No, really... WTF Mozilla???
> They have gone to rolling releases, on an approximately 6 week schedule,
> similar to what Google Chrome does. I would hate to be an extension
> developer, but apparently it allows new features to be released faster,
> honestly though I can't see much difference between 4 and 6, ignoring 5
> totally. Oh, there is also talk of them hiding the version number
> entirely, and just keep rolling up the number quietly without you
Honestly it is pathetic when I see developers releasing rolling updates
for the sole purpose that their adversaries are a number higher. Now
understandably this occurs in retail software where a customer may decide
to buy a competing product simply because it is v11 compared to the other
program at v9. It's one of the major reasons since the mid-90's many
software manufactures decided to use years to denounce version numbers. I
mean I found it kind of funny that Slackware Linux bumped directly from
version 4 to version 7 in a matter of a month or two because they felt
they deserved it over Redhat and Mandrake --- but hay, Subgeniuses do
Reverted Julliette "Elle" Hart's control of Kamloops 2600.
RL'ed Matthew Moulton (noted BabyFag) permanently off Usenet.
Revealed Lamey (noted BabySidekick) to be the cunt of Mike Hunt.
Ruined Bob Hoffman and his FamilyNet International echo-bot too.