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Re: Release procedures improvements.

From: <kfogel_at_collab.net>
Date: 2005-04-05 05:12:10 CEST

Justin Erenkrantz <justin@erenkrantz.com> writes:
> So, in short, once we release -PRERELEASE for signatures, it means
> that we can't turn around and reuse that version number for a 'final'
> release.
> Does that make sense? -- justin

I understand your concern now. If we put out


and that gets tested and signed and eventually released, then we just
knock the "-prerelease" off the name and release that exact tarball.
But if it *doesn't* pass the test-&-sign stage, then we don't ever


Instead, we start over with


So, we'd still avoid the jump-the-gun problem, but we wouldn't avoid
the toss-the-release-number problem (but that's okay, as that was
never considered a big problem by anyone anyway).

I think I'm okay with that policy, if I've summarized it correctly.
But instead of committing to it like a real mensch, I'll be all
wishy-washy and tentative and see what others think about it first.


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