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IMO it would be better to avoid creation of Windows installers for beta versions. Windows installer is meant for productive use. It makes the installation convenient and straightforward to the novices, who should be discouraged from using beta versions, not only through textual announcements, but also through technology. Isn't it? --[[User:Danielpolansky|Danielpolansky]] 06:14, 27 Jun 2007 (PDT)
IMO it would be better to avoid creation of Windows installers for beta versions. Windows installer is meant for productive use. It makes the installation convenient and straightforward to the novices, who should be discouraged from using beta versions, not only through textual announcements, but also through technology. Isn't it? --[[User:Danielpolansky|Danielpolansky]] 06:14, 27 Jun 2007 (PDT)
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: A similar line of reasoning probably also holds for Mac and Debian installers. --[[User:Danielpolansky|Danielpolansky]] 06:15, 27 Jun 2007 (PDT)

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Windows installer for beta

IMO it would be better to avoid creation of Windows installers for beta versions. Windows installer is meant for productive use. It makes the installation convenient and straightforward to the novices, who should be discouraged from using beta versions, not only through textual announcements, but also through technology. Isn't it? --Danielpolansky 06:14, 27 Jun 2007 (PDT)

A similar line of reasoning probably also holds for Mac and Debian installers. --Danielpolansky 06:15, 27 Jun 2007 (PDT)
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