Subject: [boost] [1.54.0][release] Provisional schedule
From: Daniel James (daniel_at_[hidden])
Date: 2013-05-06 06:53:45
I've put up a provisional schedule for the next release on the
calendar. You can see it at:
It targets a 1st July release date, and follows the usual schedule
relative to that date. The deadlines for the release branch are pretty
soon, particularly the deadline for new libraries which is just a week
away. Also, the deadline for new features is just after C++Now. If any
of this is a problem let us know now.
The release after that will probably target November 1st (as normal),
which will give a 4 month release cycle. If the git modularization is
considered ready, this will allow a little extra time to deal with any
disruption caused (possibly not enough...).
How does that sound? Any thoughts?
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