[nycbug-talk] Question FreeBSD 10.x release schedule (huh?)
gjb at FreeBSD.org
Wed Sep 25 20:40:08 EDT 2013
On Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 07:31:09PM -0400, Isaac Levy wrote:
> 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.
> > Glen
> 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
> 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
9.2-RELEASE is way behind (before it even started). The "dot-zero"
releases always happen every 2 years. There is no rush, it just
appears that way with 9.2 being so late to get started.
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