i remember, in my high school days, once spending most of my money that i earned during a school break period on a new 20MB hard disk for my PS2 computer. since then the world has dramatically changed as far as storage capacity is concerned. but still i keep asking my self: does size really not matter anymore? our current designer build is >400MB in size! please help me understand how this affects your usage of designer.i would like to know whether:
- you don't care because you have a broadband internet access and assume the rest of the world has it, too
- you think it's pretty big but you still download it whenever you need it, even once a day if necessary
- you don't download as often as you used to when it was less than 200mb in size
we want the designer community to keep downloading the latest nightly and milestone builds so that we get the necessary feedback to improve our product. if the size keeps you from following us from milestone to milestone, this is a serious problem for our development model which relies on you downloading our latest builds.
please provide us honest feedback and, if you want, ideas how to improve.