> |> * After 1.8.6p0 we have formed the release management process
> |>   described in my previous message.
> |... and it has resulted from a four-months breakage of threading.
> |Hardly an improvement. Don't get me wrong. I do think that things can
> |improve. But I have personnally not the feeling that they had improved
> |since the time of 1.8.5. I'm just astonished that your official stance
> |is "everything is fine, look somewhere else"
> 
> No, but we at least formed a process that can be a starting-point.  I
> don't think it's a good idea to crash and rebuild everything every
> time we see a problem.

Agreed on that. I just did not take the "we don't see any problem here"
as "we will improve while keeping the general idea"

Well ... My bad.

Thanks for the discussion (and for Ruby ...)
Sylvain