4.3.0 status update
Harold L Hunt II
Tue Jan 14 15:35:00 GMT 2003
Once I make an official release of the multi-monitor patch I can submit
both the multi-window and multi-monitor patches.
There were also some cross-compiling build warnings that I had written
in about, but no one had commented on. I will see if I can dig them up
Basically, we need to get things in before Jan 17, right? After that it
means that we will have two distinctly different versions in the
branches, right? That has always been a pain in the past.
Alan Hourihane wrote:
>This is what David Dawes wrote about the forthcoming 4.3.0 release.
>Harold, Alex, and others. Can you take the time to really test the
>current CVS and get patches in now.
>----- Forwarded message from David Dawes <dawes@XFree86.Org> -----
>Here's a quick status update regarding the 4.3.0 release.
>With one or two exceptions, most of the submissions that came in before
>the feature freeze have been integrated. The remaining ones should be
>done over the next week, and the next snapshot tagged (220.127.116.11). Also,
>the bug fixes submitted in the last few days should be reviewed and
>There have been some unavoidable delays related to a combination of
>unresolved bugs, the Holidays, and day job commitments that some of us
>have, so it's looks like the release date will slip by 2-3 weeks.
>The current tentative schedule is:
> Last submission date for non-critical fixes 1 February 2003
> End of integration of non-critical fixes 5 February 2003
> Last submission date for documentation(*) 10 February 2003
> Last submission date for release notes 14 February 2003
> 4.3.0 tagged for release 15-16 February 2003
> 4.3.0 available from ftp.xfree86.org 17 February 2003
> 18.104.22.168 snapshot tagged 17-19 January 2003
> 22.214.171.1241 (RC1) tagged 25-26 January 2003
> other release candidates tagged as-needed
>Note the usual disclaimers: This is a tentative schedule only, and may
>change without notice. It's as accurate as I can make it, but don't
>plan your life around it! Most of the XFree86 release work is handled
>by volunteers on their own time, and most of us have day jobs that have
>to take priority over spare-time work like this.
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