Julian Foad wrote on Fri, Jun 22, 2018 at 12:27:21 +0100:
> Julian Foad wrote on 2018-05-20:
> > I suggest our next step should be updating the Subversion web pages to
> > state (clearly) this new policy. We should not yet delete the statements
> > about the old policy.
> > Does anyone want to volunteer to do that? If not, I will.
> Done in http://svn.apache.org/r1834111,
> "Publish our new 6-month standard and 2-year LTS release schedule."
Thanks for documenting this!
In practical terms, we have now promised to release 1.11.0 around October, so
we should start thinking of cutting a 1.11.x stabilization branch around late
August / early September.
The new documentation states that 1.9 would be an LTS release, to be supported
until 1.14; I had assumed 1.10 would be an LTS release (supported until 1.14 is
released + overlap period) but 1.9 would be a "normal" release, to be supported
until 1.11 is released. That would be consistent both with the guarantees made
when 1.9 was released and with the new "1.x is LTS if (x%4 == 2)" practice.
> - Julian
Received on 2018-06-22 14:53:09 CEST