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Re: 1.3.5

From: Jens Peters <jpeters7677_at_gmx.de>
Date: 2006-06-16 15:29:41 CEST

> I really don't get why you want an RC for intermediate releases too.
> Not even the Subversion project does that. So why should we? Mistakes
> (like the one causing this bug, which was simply a forgotten revision
> when merging a fix) can happen, and will happen.
> Even the Subversion project sometimes has to make a 'fast' bugfix
> release.
This is my opinion as well. RC's for "just a few backports" are somewhat
overkill imho.
I would do the following:

- Finish all backports/changes
- trigger the nightly build manually
- announce this nightly build/magic revision number on the dev/users
list as a version before releasing, wait a few days for feedback
- finally react or start the release procedure with tagging etc..


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Received on Fri Jun 16 15:30:33 2006

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