From: Stefan Seefeld (seefeld_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-07-19 21:22:46
Thomas Witt wrote:
> Vladimir Prus wrote:
>> Thomas Witt wrote:
>> I probably did not express myself clearly enough. There was RC2. There were
>> two bugs reported, and you did not comment on them. Don't you think that if you
>> meant that no code changes will be allowed at this point, it would be better
>> to clearly indicate that, to save folks time to look into and report bugs?
> No you're expressing yourself clearly. This is a RC and the threshold for fixing issues is
> very high. This is usual industry practice and should not be too surprising for most people.
I'm still as confused as Vladimir: If there is no difference between RC2 and RC3,
why do we have RC3 ? And, what are we waiting for for the candidate to turn into
the release ?
(IIRC, the next big change just waiting for the release to get out the door is
the completion of the move to subversion.)
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