danielsh_at_apache.org wrote on Thu, 30 Apr 2020 16:21 -0000:
> +++ subversion/site/publish/docs/release-notes/1.14.html Thu Apr 30 16:21:48 2020
> @@ -1330,6 +1330,20 @@ if they occur.</p>
> +<div class="h3" id="svn-1.13-deprecation">
> +<h3>Subversion 1.13.x is end of life
> + <a class="sectionlink" href="#svn-1.13-deprecation"
> + title="Link to this section">¶</a>
> +<p>The Subversion 1.13.x line is end of life (<abbr title="End Of Life">EOL</abbr>).
> +This doesn't mean that your 1.13 installation is doomed; if it works
> +well and is all you need, that's fine. "End of life" just means we've
> +stopped accepting bug reports against 1.13.x versions, and will not
> +make any more 1.13.x releases.</p>
I just copied the text we use for 1.9, but there's a distinction: users
of 1.9 have had time to upgrade to 1.10 before 1.14.0 becomes GA,
whereas users of 1.13 have not. So, should we promise some sort of
grace period for users of 1.13.x — i.e., a period following the release
of 1.14.0 during which we'll still fix security bugs in 1.13.0?
Granted, 1.13 was a regular release and was only promised to be
supported for six months (or until 1.14.0) in the first place, so the
grace period needn't be long.
Received on 2020-04-30 18:47:41 CEST