On 29.09.2010 21:27, Hyrum K. Wright wrote:
>>> Not the easiest to find, but:
>> Thanks, this really isn't easy to find.
>> May I suggest to add a separate page explaining in detail which versions are
>> supported and with what (bugfixes, security fixes, data-loss fixes, ...). Or
>> maybe a separate section on the download page?
> Yeah, something on the download page is probably appropriate. Wanna
> take a whack at it?
Where would be the best place?
IMHO the release-notes page would be best, since the packages page first
mentions that those are not officially endorsed or maintained, and the
source-code page won't be browsed to by most users.
My suggestion for the text:
The Subversion project supports the following stable branches:
1.6.x fully supported
1.5.x partially supported, only security fixes and fixes which would
cause data loss
1.4.x sparse support only: only fixes for severe security issue and
data loss issues
1.3.x and earlier not supported anymore
Is there a way to get a preview of the modified html files? Showing them
in a browser doesn't show them properly so it's hard to figure out if
the changes are correct.
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Received on 2010-09-29 21:43:39 CEST