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Re: [Gnash-dev] New Gnash release anytime soon?

From: Markus Gothe
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] New Gnash release anytime soon?
Date: Wed, 13 Sep 2006 04:21:04 +0200
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I think we should finish these tasks before we can freeze the src for
the next major release, probably named like 0.8.0 or something like that
(I don't know which naming convention we are using):

I'd guess a release in the midst of october might be feasible. Any other
opinions on this?


John Gilmore wrote:
> Gnash is now listed on the *home page* of the FSF at .
> Given the priority and publicity that FSF is handing us, it would be
> nice if we cut a release that's better than the sole 0.7.1 release
> that's out there.  A new release would also help the big Linux distros
> ship a more solid, better featured Gnash.
> What (besides lots of testing, and some documentation updates) would
> have to be done to solidify the current Gnash tree into a release
> candidate?
>       John
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