EAP Release date -- Sales info?

uhhh, our company just got an replay from sales@jetbrains.com:

> Regarding your second question, the official IntelliJ IDEA 5.0
> release is scheduled for June 2005.


Could this be true??

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In article <d5pljd$qe6$1@is.intellij.net>,
Sven Steiniger <sven.steiniger@gmx.de> wrote:

uhhh, our company just got an replay from sales@jetbrains.com:

> Regarding your second question, the official IntelliJ IDEA 5.0
> release is scheduled for June 2005.


Could this be true??


in 3 weeks? :D Wow that's ambitious!

R

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On Tue, 10 May 2005 07:43:24 -0400, Robert S. Sfeir wrote:

in 3 weeks? :D Wow that's ambitious!


Highly ambitious, either there holdin out on ALOT of uncommitted code to
subversion, or alot is being thrown out.

Or more likely, a load of bollocks ;P

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in 3 weeks? :D Wow that's ambitious!


Being released in June doesn't mean being released June 1.

Tobin



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In article <1026765632513171559022577@news.intellij.net>,
Tobin Juday <tsjuday@checkfree.com> wrote:

in 3 weeks? :D Wow that's ambitious!


Being released in June doesn't mean being released June 1.

Tobin


Fine... 7 weeks? have you looked at the list of things that still need
to be addressed, not counting stability and bug fixing?

not gonna happen, I'd say beginning of August... not because I don't
have faith, but because it's obvious by what's out and what needs to be
done.

R

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"Robert S. Sfeir" <robert@NOSPAMCodepuccino.dom> wrote in
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news:robert-53DA05.10373210052005@mail.intellij.net...

In article <1026765632513171559022577@news.intellij.net>,
Tobin Juday <tsjuday@checkfree.com> wrote:

>

in 3 weeks? :D Wow that's ambitious!

>

Being released in June doesn't mean being released June

1.

>

Tobin

>

Fine... 7 weeks? have you looked at the list of things

that still need

to be addressed, not counting stability and bug fixing?

>

not gonna happen, I'd say beginning of August... not

because I don't

have faith, but because it's obvious by what's out and

what needs to be

done.


]]>
When famous russian rocket constructor Sergey Korolev had a
series of failures in late 50-ies, he was shouted on by a
minister, and was asked when he was going to finally build
the damn rocket. There was no way to get away with "as soon
as it get ready" and "this is a painful iterative process in
the new area of science", so he just replied: on October, 4,
to get it over with. Minister received a concrete answer,
and Korolev received needed funding.

In about half a year Russia launched Sputnik, on October, 4,
1957. When Korolev was asked then, had he calculated the
date this precisely, or it was a coincedence, he answered
that it was a coincedence ;)
</offtopic>


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Michael Jouravlev wrote:

<offtopic>
When famous russian rocket constructor Sergey Korolev had a
series of failures in late 50-ies, he was shouted on by a
minister, and was asked when he was going to finally build
the damn rocket. There was no way to get away with "as soon
as it get ready" and "this is a painful iterative process in
the new area of science", so he just replied: on October, 4,
to get it over with. Minister received a concrete answer,
and Korolev received needed funding.

In about half a year Russia launched Sputnik, on October, 4,
1957. When Korolev was asked then, had he calculated the
date this precisely, or it was a coincedence, he answered
that it was a coincedence ;)
</offtopic>


Actually, we plan to release version 5.5 (code-named "Sputnik") on
October 4. Purely coincidence. ;)

--
Rob Harwood
Software Developer
JetBrains Inc.
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

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Perhaps in October 4th, 2007, to celebrate 50 years of the first Sputnik.

Franklin.

Rob Harwood (JetBrains) wrote:

Michael Jouravlev wrote:

>> >> When famous russian rocket constructor Sergey Korolev had a >> series of failures in late 50-ies, he was shouted on by a >> minister, and was asked when he was going to finally build >> the damn rocket. There was no way to get away with "as soon >> as it get ready" and "this is a painful iterative process in >> the new area of science", so he just replied: on October, 4, >> to get it over with. Minister received a concrete answer, >> and Korolev received needed funding. >> >> In about half a year Russia launched Sputnik, on October, 4, >> 1957. When Korolev was asked then, had he calculated the >> date this precisely, or it was a coincedence, he answered >>]]> that it was a coincedence ;)
>> </offtopic>


Actually, we plan to release version 5.5 (code-named "Sputnik") on
October 4. Purely coincidence. ;)

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Hopefully, you are suggesting to release version 7.5 on October 4th, 2007.
Otherwise, there better be an awful lot of enhancements encorporated into version 5.5.

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