Why We Can’t Have Nice Things

By • May 31, 2010

In the last post, the message that I wanted to convey was that the project is almost done. That is a fact.The project IS almost done. We think, based on the information we have, that we will be able to finish it in June. Those of you who read the last post carefully probably noted all of the caveats in it. We don’t have a final release date yet. Until we have a final release date, nothing is set in stone. I can’t predict the future. If a bunch of problems arise that prevent us from releasing the patch in June, guess what? We won’t release the patch in June. I can’t give you a release date right now, but I didn’t want to leave you in the dark either. Apparently now I am paying for that decision. This project will not be released tomorrow. It will not be released in a week. If we manage to get the patch out in June, it will be late June. That is an estimate, not a promise. Right now, that’s the best I can do.

You might note that comments are closed on this post. I’ve been thinking about it and decided that it doesn’t make sense to use this disorganized blog comment structure when I have a perfectly good forum. If you would like to comment and participate, I encourage you to do it there. When I get around to it, I will be closing the comment sections of the older posts on the blog. I simply don’t have time to micromanage the anarchy that can happen in the comments, so the forum provides a simple solution.

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I'm the translator for Absolute Zero. I also take care of the project updates.

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