On Tuesday, 18 February 2014 at 01:26:52 UTC, Dejan Lekic wrote:
Andrew Edwards wrote:
First I would like to say thanks to Martin Nowak, Kenji Hara,
Sayol and Brad Anderson for their support. Their efforts
my ability to prepare the releases and they work tirelessly to
that it happens.
RC1 is available for review:
As always, remaining regressions are located here:
@Sönke Ludwig, please verify that this is fixed and update
@Timothee Cour, your attention is required on
@All Core Devs, request a coordinated effort over the next
week as we
gear up for this release. This has been a long process and I do
appreciate your support. The aim here is to publish a final
next Monday with all outstanding regressions addressed. I will
multiple RCs over the course of the week if required, however,
target release date for 2.065 is 24 Feb (EST).
Using tilda in the qualifier part of the version is not
thought I was clear about this. Well, at least for
RedHat/CentOS/Fedora/(open)SuSE/Mageia - I do not know about
Speaking about Fedora, DMD will never get into their official
I've spoken to them. Even the RPMFusion guys were sceptical.
simple, every new mirror would need to request permission from
distribute DMD backend.
Perhaps they are being too picky. Walter gave permission to
FreeBSD ports in a single email and they distribute the dmd zip
from their mirror as a backup, though I'm not sure how many other
mirrors they use for this. I think it might even be bundled up
in the official CD, which is probably distributed across many