Update: Aul has now posted up that the "Yes" votes have won
"#WindowsInsiders have spoken :) Preparing to release 10572. It will take about 3.5hrs for publishing prep. Will tweet again as we get close."
Original story: Windows Insider head Gabriel Aul is looking for feedback on whether or not to release a new Windows 10 Mobile build 10572 today to the Fast ring, even if it does not fix the upgrade bug from the previous build.
Here's a quick collection of his messages on Twitter:
"Hey #WindowsInsiders, I have a poll for you this morning. We have fixed the Mobile build to build upgrade bug that required the reflash to 8.1 so you could install 10549. It's fixed in build 10575 and newer. BUT, it will take a few more days to go all the way through our rings. But we have a pretty excellent build in-hand (new features, lots of fixes, improved battery, etc.) It is build 10572. So it doesn't have the build to build upgrade bug fixed in it. Here's the question: Should we release it as a Fast ring flight? You'd have to go back to 8.1 again to take it, but you could also choose to just sit it out and wait a few days for 10575.
It's up to you to vote, so go to the Straw web site to let your voice be heard. You can also let us know what you think Gabe should do in the comments.
Source: Gabriel Aul (Twitter)