But 2.5 just stopped working on my server, where 2.3.3 worked. And NOTHING else has changed, because it is MY server and MY navigator, and I'm 100% sure nothing has changed. So it is a regression.
A bug doesn't need to be exist everywhere. A thing that doesn't work in some systems where it worked before, is a bug.
If a new release of a program fails to work in a setting where the previous release worked, it is a bug, a regression bug. And if the system (navigator and server in WordPress case) hasn't changed, you cannot say it's a system problem.
WordPress 2.5 has several regression bugs in Image Gallery management. Saying that it has a bug is not bashing the software, it is accepting the truth.
Now, I understand perfectly that you haven't got this problem in your system. And that you cannot correct it is you haven't it. I don't ask you to magically discern the answer to my problem. But please, don't tell me that "it is not a bug". Jedi mindtricks don't work for me.
I've been using open source software for years. I've posted a lot of bug reports in many pieces of open source software, from Firefox to Inkscape, from Thunderbird to Open Office. And in my day job, I'm software engineer. I'm more a Java developper than a PHP one, but I think I can try to get the debugging info you need. If you tell me what you need.
And please, Otto, don't take it bad. I know you and all WordPress dev team have been working a lot for this release, and I guess that everybody here (me for sure) find WordPress 2.5 really SUPERB. I do.
It has oly a little bug, that will be corrected soon. I's normal we focalise in the thing that doesn't work, but it doesn't mean we cannot see all the great thing that work. You have done a WONDERFUL work with 2.5.