[nycbug-talk] Question FreeBSD 10.x release schedule (huh?)
ike at blackskyresearch.net
Wed Sep 25 19:31:09 EDT 2013
On Sep 25, 2013, at 5:07 PM, Glen Barber <gjb at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
> On Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 09:01:07PM +0000, Isaac (.ike) Levy wrote:
>> I think I'm missing something serious here:
>> Why, if FreeBSD 9.2 is running a month behind, did 10.x release
>> schedule get put up on the freebsd.org homepage?
> We're finishing up the release notes. The 9.2-RELEASE builds should
> begin in (hopefully) no more than 2 days.
That's awesome news- no need to rush a good thing with 9.2 :)
My question was about the 10.x release schedule suddenly being front and center, (with aggressive dates at that!). Why the apparent push?
It's confusing to new users, as well as old farts like me.
Getting a chance to put a REL to use, and not just dev on it, o spend lifer upgrading, is very important to sustaining the project. If we don't get to use (and maintain) the OS, what's the point of it's existence?
So, being more positive- what's happening that gets three major versions of one OS, up on the FreeBSD homepage even? What's the rush?
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