Okay... I think I wrote that wrong. Apologies.
What I meant more was that for me, running a nightly is running a slight risk that somethings may not work as intended, but then given the dynamic nature of the program, when I have used them and when I found an error similar to yours, I posted about it here, then waited for the fix. I could have rolled back to a previous version. Either way, it was my choice to run that risk.
As far as I am aware, reported bugs are fixed damn quick.
As for me censuring you ... hmmm.. if you had written that the 'nightly build of xx/xx/xx' had a bug, then at least that nails it to a version. 'Current' could have meant the full release version, or the nightly, or the CVS.
Anyway, only my pov.