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Re: [Gnash-dev] Releasing 0.7.2 RSN (i.e. on monday)...

From: strk
Subject: Re: [Gnash-dev] Releasing 0.7.2 RSN (i.e. on monday)...
Date: Sat, 4 Nov 2006 18:36:41 +0100

On Sat, Nov 04, 2006 at 09:11:36AM -0700, Rob Savoye wrote:
> Markus Gothe wrote:
> > Seem that 0.7.2 is to be considered stable now... I think we should
> > release it on monday. Any other opinions/suggestions?
>   Considered stable or truly stable ? :-) I'd also like to see the
> release go out within the next few days. Ideally we can now code freeze
> the branch *except* for bug fixes. If testing over the weekend is good,
> then yes, we'll put the release out. I have all the announcements and
> upload data files for the FSF all done, so it shouldn't be as slow a
> process as it was when I did the 0.7.1 release. Monday is a good goal as
> any, but we'll see...
>   This should be a pretty good release, and after yesterday's checkins,
> Gnash can be cross compiled, which I think is good. So anyway, I'd like
> to hear the branch is working on a variety of BSD and Linux
> distributions, and not generally core dumping. We'll have to support
> this release for at least 6 months, so we don't want any stupidities to
> go out if possible.

What do you mean by "support this release" ?
Should we use the branch for bugfix releases then (0.7.x) and keep
head for 0.8 ?


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