with my email, I tried to explain that I do not undestand the intent of your email. After your explanation, my understanding has not improved.
You explained that your mail was a tip [sic] that beta 16 has not yet been published. Sure, it has not yet. We know that, don't we? Your first email started with the following statement:
: I think that the new beta should be called "Beta 16".
What has this to do with letting people know that beta 16 has not yet been published? And the subject title is "New beta version can be tagged Beta 16".
Given the last beta has had the number 15, is that any surprise that the next should be called beta 16?
I have to admit that I understand neither of your emails.
The only explanation that I have is that there is some dispute about whether the coming beta should be numbered 16 or 17, a dispute to which I was not a member, so presumably, the dispute would have to be running between you and Chris. Anyway.
As you have now said that no action is needed, I will leave it at that.
the last mail was a part of the in-team communication using the team
communication list. It was not a problem point but just a tip that Beta
16 has not been published until now. No further action is necessary at
> Hello Dimitry,
> I assume that I am not involved in this email of yours, and that this
> email relates to some discussion going on between you and Chris; some
> discussion not visible in freemind developer mailing list.
> If this assumption is incorrect, I do not understand the intent and
> context of this email. I do not understand whether I am involved, and in
> which way I am involved.
> On Sun, Mar 2, 2008 at 9:55 AM, Dimitry Polivaev <email@example.com
> <mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>> wrote:
> I think that the new beta should be called "Beta 16". The tag for Beta
> 16 is still not used because the Beta 16 previously created by me have
> never been publicly accessible because of the need of further bug fixes
> in SimplyHTML. Now the problems have been solved, and the Beta 16 can be
> created, tagged and published.