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Michael

Hey,
I enjoy the site.
I usually differentiate alpha vs beta by the users who interact with the release. Alpha releases are usually geared toward internal Quality Assurance testers. They look at the release for verifying new features and fixes so they won't cause system failure or corruption.

Beta release is designed more for general end users who can give feedback on features, performance, and feel.

Peter

In my opinion they would be better served by going to alpha 1.6 rather than jumping to 2.0 The features they list are incremental not major. Announcing 3.0 is on the drawing board is going to send the wrong message. What are they going to put in 3.0 that will truely differentiate them?

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