So right after the bug-hunting session (ok, I am a bit late 😉 ) I pulled the statistics today, and I want to share with you 3 things 🙂 [Statistic is available here]
Well, as far as I can tell from the SI-GUIstats it was a global success – with France as top nation, congrats Sophie and all the french QA team.
I do not know why you downloaded 18.104.22.168 so often, but as of today alpha 1 of our next release is one of the most downloaded versions since we make the statistic
So, what do tester test? It’s great to see so many of you testing master and the test builds. This helps us to bring out a good “Fresh” branch (lb => latest branch). It is great to see you on the “Stable” branch as well (“ob” => Older branch) to catch anything there as well.
Thanks for testing so many versions and helppacks :). You know, we always tell QA is not difficult so if you are on Windows, feel free to use SI-GUI, and please share your stats. It’s nice to see your product is used 😀
Mono is too different from C# (although it should be C#) and/or the IDE (okay the GUI designer of it has 80% of the fault) does not show the properties well…..
Today I started to work at a “Linux Edition” (LE) of SI-GUI (First screenshot of the UI right in this post 😉 )
This will have a reduced version set [not so easy compared to Visual studio on Windows]! Beside of the features you can see in the screenshot, editing the bootstrap file is a must, an maybe a desktop icon…. This program uses Mono, so you will have to start a “Si-GUI-LE.exe” 😉 Hope you like it 😀
PS: Picture taken on my QA-Laptop running Ubuntu 13.10
It’s time to announce the latest release. Due to one major change you will lose all your settings (The settings file will be stored in a different place). With this version we start to collect data about the usage of the program. This is opt-in, so no need to worry. @All: Thanks for your help translating, which is very important for the usability.