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Re: History of moved files not lost, but svn commands seem to ignore it.

From: Ben Collins-Sussman <sussman_at_collab.net>
Date: 2004-08-03 23:12:31 CEST

On Tue, 2004-08-03 at 15:51, Grzegorz Adam Hankiewicz wrote:

> If there is no difference other than release numbers in a page
> where I am offered a download choice, I don't know which version
> I am meant to get, nor which is safe for me to use.

You make a good point. There's no obvious information on the front page
of the website which explains:

  * what release numbers mean
  * what releases are best for whom
  * what the releases contain (CHANGES file, release notes, etc.)

The apache website is very good about this; this is all on their front

> Also, since 1.0 versions suffer from usability problems with renames,
> I would expect at least a link from the main page where this feature
> is announced to a small text which explains that full support is
> not available on 1.0 but already fixed for 1.1 versions. Just like
> you have the vulnerability note on the download page. For example
> you could hyperlink the word "renames" in the main page to this
> relevant information.

Yeah, but where do you draw the line? Should we make a "small text"
link that explains every single bugfix and feature in 1.1? Security
bugs are about the only thing important enough to warrant this sort of

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