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Re: Release schedule

On Tue, Apr 30, 2002 at 07:31:03PM -0400, Andrew Cagney wrote:
> >Which branches are CURRENT and NEXT coming from?
> Er, yes.
> >Is CURRENT going to be gdb 5.2.1 from gdb_5_2-branch,
> >with NEXT coming from the trunk?
> >
> >I'm trying to get a feel for how active the 5.2 branch will be.
> My expectation is:
> - 5.2.1 from 5.2 branch in ~1-2 months
> - ``current'' would be the 5.3 branch, ~4 months
> - ``next'' would be the 5.4/6.0 branch, ~8 months
>                   CURRENT                  NEXT
> >Warning:  Sun Jul 14 (2002-07-14-gmt)  Sun Nov 10 (2002-11-10-gmt)
> >Branch:   Sun Jul 28 (2002-07-28-gmt)  Sun Nov 24 (2002-11-24-gmt)
> >Release:  Sun Sep  1 (2002-09-01-gmt)  Sun Dec 29 (2002-12-29-gmt)
> >reSpin:   Sun Oct  6 (2002-10-06-gmt)  Sun Feb  2 (2003-02-02-gmt)
> However, given GDB has actually managed two releases in 6 months and a 
> recent thread on this list suggests GCC is considering slowing down to 8 
> month schedules, now is proably the time to ``re-negotiate'' GDB's 
> release schedule.

Do we want to persue the 6.0 idea you mentioned earlier?  Perhaps six
months rather than four?

Daniel Jacobowitz                           Carnegie Mellon University
MontaVista Software                         Debian GNU/Linux Developer

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