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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wr...@rowe-clan.net>
Subject [POLL] Onwards to 1.3.0? Or 2.0.0?
Date Wed, 03 Jan 2007 18:46:04 GMT
Folks,

based on Justin's and others' comments, I'd like to start a poll of where
we stand.  1.2.x has evolved nicely into a quite stable platform.  We have
several new code bases proposed for inclusion in the 'next' version.  There
is also some desire to bring things to closure, drop deprecated interfaces,
rename badly named interfaces, and possibly refactor where specific elements
live within the apr-* family.

So with a goal of a release sometime in the next few months, we've come to
the fork in the road.  Individually, would we rather see...

 [ ]  1.3.0 released, all new features added
 [ ]  2.0.0 released, new + deprecation + renames + reorganizations

We'll call the poll results on Sunday to decide where trunk moves next.

Note that if there is a strong desire for 1.3.0, we are reaching the point
where we need to do parallel work to move twords 2.0.0 regardless, which
would mean a 1.3.0 branch at this point.  The question in front of us is,
do we really want to add another branch to maintain, or simply improve on
1.2.x until 2.0.0 is ready?

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