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Re: Release targets and timeline for 1.4?

From: Erik Huelsmann <e.huelsmann_at_gmx.net>
Date: 2006-01-30 09:42:45 CET

> On 1/29/06, David James <djames@collab.net> wrote:
> > Really? Subversion 1.4 has been in active development since September
> > 28, when we branched for 1.3. If we branch for Subversion 1.4 in late
> > February, that means we had 5 months for development.
> As I said before - not true. People who helped to get 1.3 stable
> couldn't really focus on trunk development. This purposely
> short-changes anyone who tries to help get a release out the door
> because they'll never have time to do any trunk work as they'll have
> less than a month to work before the next release cycle starts. While
> development activities can run in parallel across developers,
> individual developers have to choose which branch to spend their
> limited time and energy on. -- justin

Exactly, but that doesn't mean development continues. 1.4 has been in
development way before September 28th even, since most wc-replacements work
was done in August and September, lagging a bit in October.

Because developers have limited time, development doesn't need to stop: I
currently have very limited time to do anything on Subversion, but you don't
wait to develop/release the serf code, right?



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