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From c...@decus.org (Rodent of Unusual Size)
Subject Re: [PATCH] PR#813,814: obscure proxy stuff
Date Mon, 07 Jul 1997 19:42:10 GMT
>From the fingers of Marc Slemko flowed the following:
>
>> Should I start keeping a 1.2.2 status?
>
>No, that will make us release a 1.2.2.  

    <g>

>I see little happening on 1.3 other than a few people who do NT stuff and 
>other unrelated patches from people sitting twiddling their thumbs.

    I don't see a smiley here.  I think it might be a little harsh; do
    you consider trying to make patches for the "suspended until after
    feature-freeze" stuff to be thumb-twiddling?  I don't - but then,
    that's the stuff (along with the docs cleanup) *I'm* working on. <g>

>I see nothing happening on 2.0.

    I disagree, although the line between 1.3 and 2.0 is pretty fuzzy.
    Nothing hard has happened yet, true, I think *because* of the fuzz.
    Lots of things that were waiting for 2.0 are going into 1.3, because
    2.0 *was* the "next release" but now 1.3 is.

    I'm not sure where the directory reorg falls.  Personally, I'd like
    to see a feature-freeze on 1.3 sometime mid-to-late July, then a
    split/branch/whatever for 2.0.  I'd like to see 1.3, with the NT
    support et alia, go out into the first beta soon.  But I'd also like
    it to be delayed enough that we can keep our [implied] promises and
    get some of the requested features into it - because it's likely to
    be a loooong time before 2.0b1.

>I see too much happening on 1.2.

    I haven't seen anything since 1.2.1 was rolled.  AFAICR, that is.

>Sigh.  So I guess that's a yes, a 1.2.2 status will probably become
>a good idea.

    Naah.  See your first point above.  1.2.1 is out, so let's
    concentrate on 1.3, and reserve 1.2.2 for severe or security fixes
    only.

    JIMHO..

    #ken    :-)}

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