Can anyone suggest a stable version or git commit number that I can use

On Monday, September 19, 2016 at 11:57:17 AM UTC-7, Raghu Murugesan wrote:
>
> Hi Christian, Thanks for the info.
>
> On Sunday, September 18, 2016 at 9:53:50 AM UTC-7, Christian Seiler wrote:
>>
>> On 09/15/2016 10:28 PM, Raghu Murugesan wrote: 
>> > When in next version of open-iscsi planning to be released? 
>>
>> As one of the maintainers of open-iscsi in Debian, we'd also like 
>> to see a new official release in the not too distant future, 
>> because we are currently packaging git snapshots (and are using 
>> version numbers like 2.0.873+gitN.ABCDEF01, where N is a counter 
>> and ABCDEF01 are the first 8 chars of the git commit hash - not 
>> very pretty). The latest git snapshot I just uploaded today. 
>>
>> Just as a reference: Debian will freeze around the end of the 
>> year, so it'd be great if a new open-iscsi release could happen 
>> by the beginning of January the very, very latest, so we could 
>> release Debian with a properly released version, and not another 
>> git snapshot. 
>>
>> Thanks for considering! 
>>
>> Regards, 
>> Christian 
>>
>

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