[wp-hackers] 2.0 branch
ag.ml2007 at zirona.com
Fri Jul 27 22:03:52 GMT 2007
I read the below post last week before I left for a small vacation, and
I really hoped it would raise some discussion. I agree with Bas that
those are very important issues for all people who need and apprechiate
WP 2.0.x as a "stable" distribution. (For example, I use only 2.0.x for
myself and for customer projects, as I couldn't guarantee consistency
accross upgrades with the later series.)
On Sat, 2007-07-21 at 16:21 +0200, wordpress at nazgul.nu wrote:
> I've got a few questions/remarks about the 2.0 branch:
> 1. When will 2.0.11 be released? A couple of serious security bugs were
> found and fixed and a couple of RC's were released, but that's been over 3
> weeks  ago.
> 2. At the moment it looks like only security related patches get into the
> 2.0 branch. What's going to happen with all those 2.0.eventually tickets
> . Some of them have been around for 5 2.0 branch releases. We should
> either commit them, or kill the milestone.
> 3. If it's true that only security fixes go into the 2.0 branch, how do we
> handle non-security tickets  submitted by Debian? They are the main
> reason we still support the 2.0 branch.
> The above is not intended to step on anybodies toes, but I'd like to get
> some discussion/policy making going on how we handle that branch. At the
> moment it's kind of vague to me and I assume to others as well.
> Bas Bosman (Nazgul)
>  http://trac.wordpress.org/changeset/5768
>  http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/4618
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