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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2006-02-09 08:24 -------
(In reply to comment #2)
> As I understand 0.20.5 is stable production version, and I need fop for
> production version of software, so my question is: "Is it risky to put 0.91 in
> production", and when can we expected that 0.91 will start to be stable
> (production) version of FOP (april, may, jun)?

>From my point of view, it's ok to use FOP 0.91beta in production if everything
is very carefully tested. It's still a beta because this release may not yet
work for every kind of document. 

See also:
http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/relnotes.html#FOP+0.91+beta

It's expected that the next release will still be a beta-level release as there
are important areas that are currently worked on. It's difficult to predict a
release date for a full release. It depends a lot on the amount of time the core
developers can allocate, what they allocate their time on and how much help we
get from the community. But it's probably reasonable to expect a production
grade pre-1.0 release around May/June. No guarantees though. An open source
project lives on the attention it gets by its community.

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