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As with any new tech, there’s a big jump in performance from initial release to “final” build – but to what degree? What’s the difference between a stable release and a “dev” build? And where do “final” builds fall in this spectrum?
On the bright side: all developers get updated and tested versions immediately, as the next version is published in the changelog.
On the dark side: as soon as you reach a particular state, there’s a whole lot of work to do to bring you back to the same state – a whole lot of tests, a whole lot of code, a whole lot of optimization that the “dev” build will have to do before it can be considered “final”.
I’m a developer and have been for a very long time, but I’m not a fan of the “final” version mentality. It can really mess up the confidence of a whole new audience, a whole new set of users, a whole new set of developers, when they try to make a few simple changes to a very old release, which in all honesty is pretty much the same “dev” release version that they’re going to be using for quite a long time.
So while it can be tempting to just release a new version every few weeks, which is what releases are usually called on Linux, this kind of “final” approach really kills your credibility. If you’ve been using the “dev” version for a while – by which I mean for a long time that you’ve been working on things that might not actually matter in the long term – then you get a “dev” build that matches what you were working on. It’s a good thing, in my opinion. (And of course, if you’re an advanced user (or developer) I can fully recommend just waiting until you’re not working on a new feature/bugfix, and then using the “dev” build all the time!)
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