Re: Stable release policy

On Fri, 2014-08-22 at 21:10 +0100, Ross Lagerwall wrote:
I'd expect core projects to at least make all the releases listed in
schedule, but if useful bug fixes have queued up since May 14, it
make sense to make a release, right?

Hey Ross,

Of course. You can unscheduled releases whenever you think one's needed,
for exactly that reason: we don't want users to go four months without
bugfixes! Just be reasonable about the frequency of releases; if you
find yourself at 3.x.7 and you're not GTK+ or Evolution then you're
probably releasing too frequently. It's normal for GNOME programs to go
up to 3.x.3, 3.x.4, and sometimes even 3.x.5.


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