You should officially differ in stable and experimental releases. Otherwise you will just confuse non-technical customers, who always ask why their version does not upgrade. Currently you are promoting the experimental releases, but do not clearly state, that those are non-stable releases and there only available via the beta options for steam, e.g.. So better include it in the headline AND also always add a short "how to" (including risks), for those who want to try. It would also be good, if you estimate the 0.15 stable release (and upcoming major version stable releases in general) in the every new experimental release or release in general, as people always want to know. Like currently we expect next stable release in X weeks or months, around month x to y or in Qx. But also link only to a post stating that would also be ok (while writing out is even better). It's better to communicate something instead of nothing, even if this something is vague. Sound stupid, but these tiny disclaimer things are really worth their word. )
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