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Re: Subversion 0.32.0 release

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2003-10-23 16:22:31 CEST

"Dmitriy O Popkov" <dimentiy@dimentiy.info> writes:

> > The 0.32.0 has been recalled, and is no longer available.
> But 0.32.0 tarball still available now...

Let me explain the confusion that happened last night.

Here is the order of events:

1. pll gives sussman a 0.32.0 tarball, sussman uploads it.

2. pll announces the tarball over email.

3. 5 minutes later, somebody notices that the tarball's svn_version.h
   still claims to be 0.31.0.

4. gstein pulls the tarball, sends out mail telling us to roll 0.32.1.
5. sussman and pll aren't checking mail, don't see gstein's request.
   So 2 minutes later, pll gives sussman a 'fixed' 0.32.0 tarball, and
   sussman uploads it again.

6. the next morning, sussman checks mail, slaps his head, and a giant
   "doh" rings across the land.

So now we're in a situation where there was probably a 7-minute gap
when the 'bad' tarball was up, and many many hours of the 'good'
tarball being up. Oy.

We'll upload a new 0.32.1 tarball ASAP.

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