FreeBSD 7.1 - Actual schedule?
kensmith at cse.Buffalo.EDU
Tue Dec 23 03:42:08 UTC 2008
On Mon, 2008-12-22 at 20:07 -0700, Brett Glass wrote:
> The schedule for release of FreeBSD 7.1 at
> is so woefully out of date that we've given up waiting and built
> a bunch of systems with 7.0-RELEASE, even though clients were
> asking us to put 7.1-RELEASE on them. Where can one track the
> actual progress toward a release? There appears to be no
> "to do" list (as there was for previous releases), and therefore
> no way to easily keep abreast of progress, snags, etc.
Yeah, sorry. I've apologized a couple times here about the
communication issues and indicated its actively being worked on for next
time. This time is something of a lost cause at this point.
I just sent out the request that the builds for 7.1-RC2 begin, which
unless something *really* *really* catastrophic comes along will be the
last of the public tests. If that's the way it goes 7.1-REL will happen
about 1.5 to 2 weeks from now, maybe a bit less.
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