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From "Nathaniel Alfred" <>
Subject RE: Release roadmap
Date Sat, 28 Oct 2006 11:49:40 GMT
> From: Joerg Heinicke [] 

> > Selling to management another
> > migration project before 2008 would be very hard, especially since
> > the current 2.2 has new feature really interesting to us.
> Something is wrong with that sentence I guess. I miss the logic: You 
> can't sell another migration, because the version potentially 
> migrated to has interesting features?

Oops, missing negation.  *no* new feature really interesting to *us*.

> Isn't it just wording? It has always been the case that the 
> old branch has not been closed. If there is any interest in
> applying an enhancement to an old branch, just do it. Nobody will
> prevent you from doing it. But you simply can't expect from every
> committer to also do the back porting. So any maintenance of the
> older branch is up to the individual one still having interest in
> it. At the end interest will simply decrease and the branch will
> be going to sleep - as it happened with 2.0.x.

Yes, it's all about wording.  Let 2.1.x go to sleep but don't kill it.

Cheers, Alfred.
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