Average time from GW beta releases to public release?

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  1. lonesome_killer
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    From the newest info on their news site they are sending out beta builds for testing. What's the average time it takes from beta testing to releasing to the public from the previous versions?
     
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    Three days the first time, one month the second time.
     
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    Yeap. You're quite warm.

    However its a little more complicated than that. Its roughly 48 hours to infinity.
     
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    This thread is going to lead to nothing but pointless speculation, and as OP has already proven, an unwarranted flame war.

    Nobody knows when a beta release is going to become stable. This applies for virtually all software - games, operating systems, drivers, and flashcart firmwares and kernels. "It's ready when it's ready" is a good thought process to adopt when wondering about this type of stuff, as incessantly questioning them about it will do nothing but potentially slow them down further. When it's updated, you'll find out about it on their website and likely here as well.

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