Considering we aren't aware of how many people actually downloaded, then it might be wise to e-mail the user list and post a big warning with the 10.5.[2.1|3.0] release urging users to upgrade to the new version asap.


On Thu, Aug 6, 2009 at 9:56 PM, Jean T. Anderson <> wrote:
Kathey Marsden wrote:
Jean T. Anderson wrote:
The release happened,  but there's no reason you can't quickly follow up with another release with bug fixes.

Thanks Jean for the clarification that the release really did happen. I honestly wasn't sure it had.  :-) I think since a release happened, I feel more strongly  that we should keep release notes separate, not merge Jira versions, etc.


I just downloaded it -- it's already out on mirrors worldwide. :-) The release happened, and was approved by the DB PMC.

Now, given that it has been available for a week, if it's so broken that folks shouldn't use it, it might be wise to remove it, maybe update the website to indicate that those who have already downloaded should be aware of the two key bugs that are (or will be) included in