On Mon, 22 Oct 2007 19:43:28 +0100
Simon Riggs <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> For planning purposes, I think its always a good idea to lay down some
> dates for the next lot of development milestones. These can be
> provisional, until declared solid later.

We can't not realistically consider this until we at least come up with
a release date for 8.3.

I seem to recall that we were originally going to release 8.3 in June.

Jsohua D. Drake

> So: When is the next Feature Freeze? 
> Is it March 31? If not, when?
> I know the answer is "too early to tell for certain", but what will it
> be if we release in early Dec/early Jan, or whenever.
> If we really are very uncertain, lets at least say it will be "Not
> Before DateX". PPPPPPP and all that.
> AFAICS, more than 50% of the patches are written by professional
> developers, so our various sponsors need to know when the next release
> is due. Kinda. Ish.
> Thank you.


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