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From David Harland <harlander3...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Struts2 version 2.1
Date Fri, 26 Oct 2007 12:40:25 GMT
Do you know what has happened to 2.0.11? It seems to
have stalled.

--- Ted Husted <husted@apache.org> wrote:

> On 10/25/07, someone> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > Having been a long time developer with Struts, I
> love working with Struts 2x. So far it has
> >been a pleasure and you guys have done a great job.
> It seems like all
> the things I did not
> >like about Struts have been address in Struts2.
> > Do you know when 2.1 will be released? There are
> many features in 2.1 that I am looking
> >for and the documentation I am using on the Web is
> geared towards
> 2.1, so that is
> >causing some confusion.
> 
> We never know when something will actually be
> released, since it's a
> group decision and feedback from the wider community
> of users is very
> important to the group. We will be running the first
> official
> test-build this weekend. Usually, it takes four to
> six betas for us to
> get a new minor or major release up to General
> Availability quality.
> The best way to help the process along is to watch
> the dev@ list, try
> the test-builds against your own application, and
> provide your best
> feedback. It also helps for everyone who has tried
> the build to
> participate in the quality vote, regardless of
> whether you are a
> "committer".
> 
> Some people have been using the 2.1 development code
> in production, so
> there many not be too many glitches to fix.
> 
> When we document new features, we should be citing
> "since 2.x.x" in
> the documentation. This is not only true for 2.1.x
> but 2.0.x as well.
> If there are places where "since" is not being done,
> please feel free
> to leave a comment on the page. Or, file a CLA so
> that you can update
> the documentation directly.
> 
>  *
>
http://struts.apache.org/2.x/docs/editing-the-documentation.html
> 
> HTH, Ted
> http://husted.com/ted/
> 
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