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From Eli Marmor <mar...@elmar.co.il>
Subject Re: 1.3.10 release... postponed
Date Tue, 28 Dec 1999 10:23:49 GMT
> > > Hmm.... I have a lot of interest to see 1.3.10 out, so we can start hacking
on
> > > 1.3.11 with IPv6, EAPI, etc. So please don't delay the 1.3.10 release too
> > > much, please.
> >
> > how about we delay 1.3.10 for a long time then so that people are forced
> > to start working on 2.0?  :)
> 
> hehe... I'm all up for that.
> 
> As I've stated, I'm -0, bordering on -1 for IPv6 and EAPI in the 1.3
> series. I don't see a valid reason for monkeying with 1.3 when 2.0 is so
> "close".

Maybe I missed something...

If I understood right, the only reason why EAPI was excluded from
1.3.10 and planned to be inserted into 1.3.11, was to allow 1.3.10 to
be released in a few days (which were passed, meanwhile). Delaying
1.3.10 even further, makes this irrelevant. If there is still anybody
who opposes EAPI, I would expect him to demand to release 1.3.10
yesterday (as Jim suggested on December 26, to freeze it on December
24...  I hope he meant December 1999 and not 2000...). In any case,
you can't support delaying 1.3.10 to the next millenium and to cancel
plans for 1.3.11, while opposing inclusion of EAPI in 1.3.10 "because
it is too close and should be delayed to 1.3.11". It is impossible to
eat the cake and yet have it.

Sorry for the sarcasm, but I'm really puzzled  :-?

-- 
Eli Marmor

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