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From Marc Slemko <ma...@worldgate.com>
Subject Re: Whither 1.2.1 versus 1.3?
Date Thu, 12 Jun 1997 21:41:16 GMT
My opinion is that 1.3 is perfectly fine for fixes and new features.  We
will not have any real 2.0 code for a good while, so to keep 1.3 frozen
would just freeze Apache development even more.

On Thu, 12 Jun 1997, Rodent of Unusual Size wrote:

> >From the fingers of Brian Behlendorf flowed the following:
> >
> >On Thu, 12 Jun 1997, Marc Slemko wrote:
> >> IMHO, now that we have nearly decided to do 1.3 w/NT and Unix support,
> >> there should be no effort except critical bugfixes applied to 1.2.  We can
> >> not support three development trees.
> >
> >+1.  In fact I think we should move quickly on 1.3, focusing
> >exclusively on NT support and only a handful of other fixes, and work
> >to get a 2.0 beta out by the end of August.  I think we can do that,
> >but only if we stay focused.
> 
>     So, does that mean we sit on these post-1.2 enhancements and
>     non-critical fixes until after 1.3?  Commit 'em now for 1.3?  Or
>     submit them to the voting process for inclusion in 1.3?
> 
>     I'm going to be of limited usefulness in the NT effort, I suspect,
>     other than perhaps a few pass/fail tests of binaries.  While I've
>     still got a lot of documentation fixes on my plate, I'd like to be
>     able to work on things that *don't* touch the porting effort..
> 
>     #ken    :-/}
> 


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