Most phpGedView versions are exceeding what many
people expect from a web based gedcom viewer: Part of
the PGV community out there isnt interested in
constantly upgrading phpGedView, because they dont
need, and they dont want, all the added functionality.
However, most people do need, and they do want an
almost bug free phpGedView version.
Due to the nature of open software the release versions
still contains bugs, and therefore it is expected that
minor versions like 2.65.x is used for bug fixes, while new
features, experimentations and such is expected to be
done in the alphas and betas and such.
However, with phpGedView there are no difference
between the alphas, the betas, the release candidates,
the major releases and the minor releases - they are all
the same, and thats a great pity, because in that way
the community out there never gets an almost bug free
And why would old phpGedView users out there upgrade
their installations, if they dont need the added
functionality, and they dont want new bugs?
At this time I feel that the greatest addition to
phpGedView, and the greatest gift to the old
phpGedView users, would be an almost bug free version
which would motivate them to do a security related
upgrade - minus the extra bugs.
If you would ask me, I would advice to forget about ver.
2.65.3 and take ver. 2.65.2, fix the known bugs, add the
missing extra-help pages, and promote it to 2.65.2 Final,
final version. Thatll leave a fine security-fixed
phpGedView for those who dont want more added