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    I'm working on WDF's CSS this week. Things may not look right. Just remember to refresh each time you come back so you load the latest CSS.

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    just don't forget to connect the positractor to the negalator on the outboard side of the continuum transfunctioner assembly.
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    Yay! Change is finally underway!

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    Made a few more changes today. Mostly to tweak the header and category headers.

    More will come... at a slow pace!

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    Quote Originally Posted by smoseley
    Made a few more changes today. Mostly to tweak the header and category headers.

    More will come... at a slow pace!
    You and your sneaky "gamma."
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    Shouldn't it be pre-alpha or something?
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    Nah. Alpha means still in dev ( the app ). Beta means in functional public test mode. So gamma should be something after that, right? ;-)

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    I know, but it's a new design.
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    True, sorta, but here's my logic:
    1. It's not really a "new" design, just a design tweak. If anything, it's a subversion of the design of the site.
    2. A design change doesn't necessarily require reversioning, redeployment, or retesting (especially in PHP). In truth, I did the changes right to the production version of the site... that's the nature of php and vBulletin.
    3. "Alpha" and "beta" are so overused as catch-phrases that people don't even know what they mean. "Alpha" is a term to define software still in unit-testing. If it's been released to the public for testing, it's by definition in "beta". If it's on a website for public use, then it's neither - it's production, or at least a release candidate in staging. But when people release a new website as a production version and tag it "beta", it's just pretentious. The "Gamma" was my way of poking fun at that.


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