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Re: Next Release / devel tree?

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Subject: Re: Next Release / devel tree?
From: Derek Glidden <dglidden@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: 07 Nov 2002 13:55:40 -0500
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On Thu, 2002-11-07 at 13:47, Russell Cattelan wrote:

> We think we have nailed a couple of the most pressing "mustfix" bugs, 
> and are now focusing on some performance issues. 
> If things go really well MAYBE 1.2 will be ready the week before
> thanksgiving but don't count on it. We are probably looking at the first
> week in December.
> 
> 1.2pre3 will be available shortly (today) for testing and abuse.

can someone take a short amount of time to outline what some of these
"mustfix" bugs are/1.2 prerelease "issues" remaining to be fixed?  Are
the 1.2 prereleases "safe" to use on production data (i.e. outstanding
bugs only pop up under really rare conditions, other "issues" are
nice-to-haves but don't affect functionality) or should we be careful
with them?

I'd like to bang on 1.2 on a machine or two, but I don't have anything
running at the moment that's not at least important, if not critical.

I have been trying to track the list, but a quick summary from someone
in the know would be very helpful.

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