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Progress report for 2019?
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Is there going to be any progress report for 2019?
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2019 isn't far from over, a bit early no? Tongue
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(04-30-2019, 03:19 AM)StriFe Wrote: 2019 isn't far from over, a bit early no? Tongue

It’s been over a year since the last one. I thought I was a bit late haha
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Isn't it against forum rules to be discussing anything about topics like: "When is the next stable release coming?" or even "When is the next progress report coming?" Besides, the developers might not be ready to release the next progress report. Look at RPCS3. They release reports randomly, and yet they still manage to impress users with every report. Remember, the development teams are kinda short-handed at the moment, I think.
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(04-30-2019, 07:15 AM)gtgamer468 Wrote: Isn't it against forum rules to be discussing anything about topics like: "When is the next stable release coming?" or even "When is the next progress report coming?" Besides, the developers might not be ready to release the next progress report. Look at RPCS3. They release reports randomly, and yet they still manage to impress users with every report. Remember, the development teams are kinda short-handed at the moment, I think.

Not really against the rules, no. But generally the reason it's frowned upon is because there never really is any concrete deadline. There is no expectation that it will happen, until it does.

And, well how do I put this nicely... Asking the question, depending on how you phrase it is an easy way to type cast yourself as a certain type of person.

In all seriousness, there has been a decent amount of 1.6 talk in Discord, but we're still a little ways out it seems.
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