On Tue, 10 Sep, 2019 at 22:23, Jason Crain <ja...@inspiresomeone.us> wrote:
On Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 01:52:07PM +1000, Michael Gratton wrote:
Although a great number of features and important bug fixes have gone in to the last few major releases, the current version of Geary currently packaged in Debian is still 0.12, which will be 2 years and 3 major releases behind
 when 3.34.0 is released late next week.

0.12.4 was release August 2018, one year ago, which doesn't seem that
bad, especially considering that the later releases happened during or
after the Buster freeze.

The 0.12.x releases contains only small, specific fixes that were able to be backported from 0.13 with no or minimal code changes. Many, many more important fixes have gone into 0.13, 3.32 and the upcoming 3.34 releases that are missing from 0.12.x.

As the maintainer, I can assure you it's quite bad.

//Mike

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