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From Roy T. Fielding <>
Subject Re: Need for a Release Candidate status
Date Tue, 22 Nov 2005 20:09:56 GMT
On Nov 22, 2005, at 5:35 AM, Jim Jagielski wrote:

> Wayne S. Frazee wrote:
>> "The Apache HTTP Server Project is proud to announce the release of 
>> version
>> 2.1.9-beta of the Apache HTTP Server ("Apache").
>> This version of Apache is a Beta release of the unstable development 
>> branch.
>> New features include Smart Filtering, Improved Caching, AJP Proxy, 
>> Proxy
>> Load Balancing, Graceful Shutdown support, Large File Support, the 
>> Event
>> MPM, and refactored Authentication/Authorization."
>> A little bit of beta or emphasis would go a long way.  People tend 
>> not to
> Yep... instead having it as 2.2.0 RC1 would really make people sit
> up and take notice. Plus, as I've stated before, it adds a good
> procedure to our evolving release structure.

In a word, no.  We have a release structure and it is working just
fine right now.  I don't see any need to fiddle with it by adding
yet another level of version identifiers.


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