I was just looking over the release schedule for the 6.2 release, a few weeks ago, there was no detailed plan, now it's there including the todo-list,


No critical pending issues, no show stoppers left, no required or desired features. Only some stress tests problems.

So, does this mean that the page has not been updated? Usually I would expect a "problem - solved" list. Or does this mean that the path through betas and RC's is mostly a formal quality assurance routine but code really is 6.2 ready?

I usually postpone the upgrade to the RELENG_6_2 is branched off, but if the code is so stable now, maybe it would be reasonable to advance the process this time.

Thanks, Erik

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