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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <>
Subject Re: what about 2.1.0 ?????
Date Tue, 13 Jan 2004 22:15:30 GMT

Just so that everyone is on the same page, 2.1.0 will be an -alpha.  If and when
we think we are about done with post 2.0 development, we will finally release
a 2.1.x-beta.  That will become the codebase (after an iteration or few) of the
Apache 2.2 release.  We are moving twords the tried-and-true release semantics
of Perl, Linux kernels, and many other open source projects.

Probably the number one issue would be APR 1.0-alpha acceptance.  Once we
set 1.0 in stone, there will be little distracting movement on that side of module
development - so that Apache 2.1 third party module developers can really get
their feet wet and demand the changes they need to see in 2.2 before we 
declare it golden and start this all over again :)


At 09:32 AM 1/8/2004, Günter Knauf wrote:
>Hi all,
>now we have already tagged for two times, tested, and nothing happened - no 2.1.0 release
is out yet.
>What's about a new third try with a following release this time....???
>I really wish we could have 2.1 out so that the users get a version number they can refer
to; that makes bug reports a lot easier....
>I see on my hosts downloads that there is enough interest now for 2.1
>thanks, Guenter.

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