On the pgsql-packagers list, there has been some (OT for that list)
discussion of whether commit 9a57858f1103b89a5674f0d50c5fe1f756411df6
is sufficiently serious to justify yet another immediate minor release
of 9.3.x.  The relevant questions seem to be:

1. Is it really bad?

2. Does it affect a lot of people or only a few?

3. Are there more, equally bad bugs that are unfixed, or perhaps even
unreported, yet?

Obviously, we don't want to leave serious bugs unpatched.  On the
other hand, as Tom pointed out in that discussion, releases are a lot
of work, and we can't do them for every commit.


Robert Haas
EnterpriseDB: http://www.enterprisedb.com
The Enterprise PostgreSQL Company

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