On Dec 27, 2007 11:43 PM, Leonard Chin <l.g.chin / gmail.com> wrote:


> =begin translation
> For now, we'll focus on improving 1.9. Bugs are certain to be found,
> and there is still lots to do. So, I don't think there is any need to
> create a 1.9 branch for now. Even if we do branch, we'll have to apply
> fixes to both (trunk and branch), which is a doubling of required
> effort, so just tagging should be sufficient.
>
> Here's a possible plan for the next step:
>
>  * Release 1.9.1 sometime during the first half of 2008 (decide later
> - perhaps April?)
>  * In order to drive development, make intermediate releases regularly
> with short (one month?) intervals with the version fixed at 1.9.0
> (releases every 29th?)

So I guess this means that version 1.9.0 will change at the end of
each month??? until 1.9.1 is released maybe in April.

If this is the case, I'm not sure just what changed when 1.9.0 was
released on the 25th.

I'm a bit confused.

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Rick DeNatale

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