[Bf-committers] Best ever - and even more to come

Jacob Merrill blueprintrandom1 at gmail.com
Fri Mar 20 17:56:34 CET 2015

Every bug I reported is now closed, and features I requested have been
sneaking in, The game engine for all of the critisism it has endured, is
very stable. I use 90% of the api in my own project, and I cant make it

I would also like to thank Ton and the gang,

With the vieport enhancment code working its way in, and the bge team
working the tracker, it looks like Blender has a very bright future.
On Mar 20, 2015 7:16 AM, "Haig Petrus" <haigpetrus at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello, everyone --
> I was asked if I could forward this message that I sent to Ton earlier
> today to all of you to which I agreed wholeheartedly.  Here it goes...
> ---
> Hi Ton --
> Just wanted to say that your team has been putting out the best releases
> in Blender's history at a faster rate than ever.  This new RC2 just put
> Blender in a whole new territory.  Clearly, Gooseberry is working its
> magic.  It's been a pleasure to test (actually, I've already used it in
> production for Disney in this state).  The new normals capabilities
> actually saved my skin just this week.  I can't thank you guys enough.  You
> have no idea how big a deal that was. It's like the RC came right after my
> prayers.  Thank you, thank you, thank you!
> I've been putting off some of my tools development until the new depsgraph
> has been more fully implemented, as I'm sure the design of my tools will be
> affected by better deps.  For me, that's a huge deal, as well.  There's a
> whole slew of animation tools that I'm going to add, as soon as this is
> settled.
> Mean time, I'll continue to report bugs diligently.
> Keep moving forward...
> --hpetrus
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