[Adium-devl] Looking at Smart Crash Reports redeux
chris at growl.info
Fri Jan 13 20:50:15 UTC 2006
Ok, so in all honesty, do we care about 10.3? We're a user centric
app with none of the devs using 10.3 as their primary (i.e. only a
few have 10.3, and only for testing from what I can tell). We're
going to tell 10.2 users to go to Fire, why can't we do that with
If we're not caring about their crash reports, we should just draw
the line now. The reason the 10.2 experience sucks on Adium is
because everyone stopped caring about 10.2 basically. If we stop
caring about something as core as crash reports, we might as well
drop 10.3 on the whole.
This gives us the ability to use spotlight, core data, and not put in
silly work arounds for 10.3, along with other things. We can test it
easier, release it easier, and spend less time rebooting to test. It
means we shed a certain percentage of users, but it also means we
shed some problematic things going on with the 10.3 stuff. Everyone
devotes their time here, everyone does this for free, so why keep it
On Jan 13, 2006, at 2:20 PM, Mac-arena the Bored Zo wrote:
> (3) just because it happened on Panther doesn't mean we can't fix
> it. and we should fix it as long as our minimum isn't Tiger.
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