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From Brian Behlendorf <br...@organic.com>
Subject Re: Votes, and 1.0.3?
Date Fri, 16 Feb 1996 03:55:14 GMT
On Thu, 15 Feb 1996, Aram W. Mirzadeh wrote:
> At 01:50 PM 2/15/96 GMT, you wrote:
> >(more to come.)
> >
> >Now is the last chance for a 1.0 release; does anyone think we should produce
> >1.0.3? Of all the patches for 1.0.2, those listed above are all suitable
> >for 1.0.3, in my opinion. They are all small patches, and are either
> >bug fixes: 76a.posix_wait4proces, 84b.timeout, 88.cookie_pstrcat,
> >           103.SEGV_table_get  or
> >compilation warning fixes: 82b.setsockopt_next, 87.rlimit_warning,
> >                           96.hpux.RLIMIT  or
> >error reporting enhancements: 85.lost_conn, 89.minSpare
> >or a tiny porting patch: 70c.LynxOS_port
> >
> 
> I think a non-official release of 1.0.3 is defenetly needed.   There are
> alot of patches that are being considered, and I, for one would like to 
> see the whole thing before going ahead with a next minor release 
> increase. 

To be honest, folks, I agree - this patch round has a lot of 
functionality enhancements *and* bugfixes, so I propose we build

1) 1.0.3 with the bugfixes (61, 62, 66, 68, 70, 74/75, 77, 82, 85-89, 92, 
96, 98, 101, 103, and I'd even be willing to put 100 in there as well)

2) 1.1b0, which has all the others, plus the new modules.  

We make an announcement which mentions *both* as now available - billing 
1.0.3 as the maintenance/stability release and 1.1b0 as the experimental 
release.  I think it's unfair for people who want some of the bugfixes to 
also have to gamble on possibly new bugs from the new functionality.

What do people think?  I don't see this as representing a significant 
amount of new work for the release builder.

	Brian

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