My current dev build of Morrigan has a lot of new stuff compared to the a2 release. In theory it now matches all major functionality of terra and I have indeed now migrated to using Morrigan as my primary media player. And for the most part it is going well.
I would really like to now make another release, but I am hesitating for 2 reasons:
1. So far as I know, the only people who are going to test it use Linux, and the Linux build has a load of what I would class as really annoying defects, listed here.
2. I keep finding more bugs. Fixed 3 more tonight.
But it is working quite nicely on XP. So in light of point 2, I will keep using it myself and resist adding new features (I need a brake anyway) until I have gone a good length of time (5 days to a week) without finding any further serious defects. Then I will package up what ever I have and call it “alpha 3″, regardless of the known issues.
I guess this is how all software releases end up – its about know that none of your existing defects are blocking and that no new issues are arising.
Not that I really expect anyone else to really care about Morrigan, and I say this without sarcasm or remorse. This project was never intended to be any more that an opportunity for me to upgrade terra and get better at developing an actual product. Oh, and to prove to myself that I could do it. :D