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Thu, 01 Sep 2016 17:24:15 -0700
Gnus/5.130014 (Ma Gnus v0.14) Emacs/25.1 (darwin)
>>>>> "GM" == Glenn Morris <address@hidden> writes:
GM> It's now 3 days past the projected released date included in RC2. Yet
GM> there continue to be (trivial) changes made to the emacs-25 branch. I
GM> suggest absolutely forbidding all changes, making another RC with a 3 day
GM> timer, and then shoving the release out the door. Or if you feel braver,
GM> just go straight to release.
Changes that are purely documentational are no problem. They don't change the
purpose of the RC, and so we can accept them up until the very last moment,
when Nicolas cut the final tarball and we ship it.
Put another way: cutting an RC for doc changes cannot tell us anything new
about the potential stability of the release. And so, *modulo documentation
changes*, there have been no recent changes to emacs-25 that Eli did not deem
Changes to *code* should absolutely not be happening now, unless there is
enough justification to require pausing the release process and sending out
another RC and another waiting period.
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