Yeah yeah, I'm crying. It is called "The Bitchlist" for a reason though.
Anyway, I understand that updates (bug fixes) are good and all, but stuff like rearranging where the bookmarks link is in the media library and changing the way the radio search engine works are NOT. With each update, I need to figure out where things were relocated. Why not make one large update so we can learn all the changes at once? Or at least have a beta version where people who love to update can test them out first before releasing the final version. I understand that there's a lot of people who use all the features of winamp, but there's a lot of people like me who just want to open up the damn thing and listen to music. Most of you (forum users) aren't like me. For example, I hate the new radio search engine design. Are the developers going to find a new way to search for radio links and then make a new change AGAIN?
And from a developer's point of view, frequent updates may be better. But a good program doesn't program from the developer's point of view. It's from the point of view of the users. This is exactly why Linux will never become popular. Too many developers don't understand the mass audience which include grandmas and 5 year old kids. Not everyone's a teenager/pre-adult who knows how to code.
Just my thought. Yeah yeah, *wah, wah* I'm ranting cuz I hate microsoft and will probably be using their media player soon.