I try not to pay too much attention to ongoing Blender builds and branches, preferring to focus on the art instead of the tool. So I use the release versions most often, preferring stability over cutting my fingers on edges (heh).
But the release version of 2.62 available from the blender.org download site seems to be the same that was reported to have serious audio lib problems, which was the reason I’ve reverted to 2.61 – my files were failing in 2.62. Some dialogs among the devs indicated a fix would be put up but so far it doesn’t seem to have happened.
So what’s the best way for a reluctant version scrounger to find not only the latest (and hopefully improved) build but also one that is not highly experimental and thus subject to major uh-ohs? I’m familiar with graphicall and have found a link to the BF daily builds, but little info as to what may or may not have been fixed. Must you download a build in order to read a change log?