On semver.org it says:
>How do I know when to release 1.0.0? > >If your software is being used in production, it should probably already be 1.0.0.
I feel like a lot of popular crates don't follow this. Take
rand an an example.
rand is one of the most popular and most downloaded crates on crates.io. I actually don't know for certain but I'll go out on a limb and say it is used in production. Yet
rand is still not 1.0.0.
Are Rust crates scared of going to 1.0.0 and then having to go to 2.0.0 if they need breaking changes? I feel like that's not a thing to be scared about. I mean, you're already effectively doing that when you go from 0.8 to 0.9 with breaking changes, you've just used some other numbers. Going from 1.0.0 to 2.0.0 isn't a bad thing, that's what semantic versioning is for.
What are your thoughts?
EDIT - just to clarify, I'm not saying ignore crate training completely. We still work on it in the day and the puppy is generally happy in his crate for shorter time periods.
I've been a member of this community since I got my puppy around 8 months ago now. If there's one thing that's constantly rammed home here it's crate train, crate train, crate train.
We tried everything with our puppy to get him in his crate overnight, for over 2 months. We put all his favourite toys in there, fed him in there, made it a comfortable place to sleep, covered it with a towel etc etc etc. We tried for months. Didn't matter what we did, how we did it, he absolutely hated being in his crate at night and neither us or the puppy were getting sleep because of it.
One night, at 2am, I got frustrated and fed up. So I walked round the downstairs, took everything within reach away, checked for any dangers, then left him downstairs free to roam. He slept the night downstairs, had no accidents, and has done ever since. He now goes from 11pm-9am, and despite the odd night when he'll wake us for a toilet break most of the time we don't hear a peep.
I guess my point is. Yes get your dog comfortable being in his crate, especially in the daytime, but don't feel like you have to persist and persist with something if your puppy isn't taking to it. I spent weeks fixated on this sub and the abundance of helpful advice around crate training, turns out it just didn't work for us, and that turned out not to be a bad thing!
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So, I saw a few weeks ago on the ESO site that a Spriggans polymorph was coming up. I thought to myself 'sweet, that would be cool on my Warden'. I set a reminder on my phone as I've been taking a break. I finally get around to logging in briefly today and to my surprise it is a Gem exclusive for the paltry sum of 500 Gems. WTF. So, I've had some Crowns building for a bit (5800) and bought some dreaded Crates. As expected, I got potions, potions, markings, repetitive pets, and crappy outfits. All I wanted was to rip it all down to try and meet the ridiculous poly price but was stuck with all sorts of junk I didnt want at all. I ended up with just over 200 after converting everything I could. Oddly enough the polymorph isn't even included in the crates. Although I knew in my heart I wouldn't likely come close to the lofty price I am now feeling that the Crowns I spent were completely wasted without receiving anything I wanted.
Long story short, when they first introduced Crown Crates and the Gem currency I felt it was a disgusting cash grab and hated being forced to use it to get items I wanted. Having to use real currency to buy in game currency to get a random chance at another currency is absurd.
Feeling rather butt hurt now and it's looking like I'll be extending my hiatus and probably cancelling my sub.
End of rant.
TLDR: don't waste your time buying in game currency for a random chance at in game currency
Edit: Thank you for the hug award! I think my whole thing boils down to is filtering down the money that you have invested through different currencies to the point where it significantly loses vulue. If it was simply Crowns I would be fine with it. Also, I feel that even though other games have done this as other posters have pointed out, it doesn't make it right. In the end I understand it comes down to the individual to decide if they will pay the price. I dont feel it's right to filter the value of the money I put in.
Crates are always sold out 1 second after the reset on HECKNG 3 AM (late night reset for my region) for god's sake. You prepare yourself to sell them at the most remote time possible, when most people are asleep, you look at the servers and pick the lowest populated one at the time, at the city with the lowest imperial crate turn in rates, for nothing. Pretty frustating and enfuriating that the server cap on this system still exists.