On Thu, Sep 03, 1998 at 09:11:47PM -0700, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote:
September 15th is the scheduled date for entering BETA with the
3.0-current tree. As all of you already (should) know, 3.0 is
scheduled for release on October 15th so this gives us a nice 30 day
BETA period. During this time, I don't expect anyone to drop in
significant new work or otherwise perturb the 3.0-current tree in such
a way that violates the general idea of a BETA (you're supposed to
test what you have, not move the goalposts every couple of days :).
So anyway, if you've got something waiting in the wings, the next 12
days are your window for committing it. That is all!
What does this mean? How/when will we branch out a RELENG_3_0_0 and
take -current to be 3.1-current?
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