nospam wrote on [Wed, 26 May 2010 09:41:38 -0700]:
> In article <k7dqv5pab9vup4otq4od82ed07qd471fve@4ax.com>, Paul Miner
> <pminer@elrancho.invalid> wrote:
>
>> Actually, announcements are the epitome of vaporware. Nearly all
>> vaporware starts with an announcement. A software product stops being
>> vaporware when it actually becomes available. Announcements !=
>> available.

>
> it *has* shipped, to developers, four versions so far. it's not vapor.
> developers are using it and developing for it. the public release will
> be soon, probably about two weeks.


I guess you don't understand whatr shipped means.

shipped means delivere to consumers