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From Brian Behlendorf <>
Subject Re: 1.3.1-dev and next feature cycle?
Date Fri, 05 Jun 1998 07:21:45 GMT
At 03:38 PM 6/4/98 +0200, Ralf S. Engelschall wrote:
>Now that we have 1.3.0 (and can push it out tomorrow) and the current version
>reads 1.3.1-dev I remember me that we declared 1.3.1-dev as the next feature
>cycle. Hmmm... although a lot of stuff is available (at least 5 patches from
>me and more by others) I'm not sure if 1.3.1-dev is really the next feature
>cycle. What do you think, should we feel free to integrate new stuff with the
>regular bugfixes into 1.3.1 or is 1.3.1 already standing in front of our
>release door and we should only concentrate on making 1.3.1 the major stable

Both.  We can continue to add things to it, just as we added a lot between
1.2.0 and 1.2.6.  Everything I see in the 1.3 STATUS file I'd be happy to
see go into 1.3.X; though we should exercise *some* caution and make sure
we've tested what we add.  I'd like to see us do a 1.3.X release once every
two or three months, or less depending on the severity.  1.3.1 doesn't need
to happen before August, IMHO.

I hope Dean reaches a point soon where he'll be comfortable putting his
apache-nspr package under a CVS tree and letting the mob^H^H^Hother
developers at it.


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