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From G√ľnter Knauf <efl...@gmx.net>
Subject Re: what about 2.1.0 ?????
Date Tue, 13 Jan 2004 22:51:17 GMT
Hi Bill,
thanks for your reply!

> Just so that everyone is on the same page, 2.1.0 will be an -alpha.  If
sure - I'm aware of this (and it's on my site too); 
but nevertheless there are now a lot of new things in 2.1-dev which people would already like
to play with....

> 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 :)

do you still expect massive changes with APR 1.0 ?

thanks, Guenter.



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