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Re: 1.3.5

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2006-06-19 09:51:41 CEST

On 6/19/06, Lübbe Onken <l.onken@rac.de> wrote:
> >>> Even the Subversion project sometimes has to make a 'fast'
> >>> bugfix release.
> I think I got you now. That was just some clever plan of yours to push our
> download rate on sourceforge!

Are you trying to insult me? You're getting very close to succeeding.

> I know and understand that. I don't want to create a lot of work by creating
> RCs
> I like Simons suggestion how we could increase the test exposure of the
> "stable nightly" = "ongoing release candidate". Since the nightly builder
> does the compilation and everything, I can easily take care of uploading
> stuff to SF and announcing "RCs".

So who want's to boost the downloads on sourceforge? Why do you need
to copy the nightly builds from the 1.x.y branch to sourceforge?
There's absolutely *no* need for that. Other than it will annoy me
because there's yet one more place we have the same files. And of
course sourceforge will make sure that we can never get rid of those
files anymore (yes, even when you mark a release as 'hidden', it still
stays on all mirror servers until they run out of space).


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