Re: will there be a final "wrap-up" 1.1.0l release?

2019-08-28 Thread Matt Caswell



On 27/08/2019 17:41, Benjamin Kaduk wrote:
> Hi all,
> 
> I note that 1.1.0 goes EOL on 2019-09-11, and the current 1.1.0k release is
> from the end of May.  On the normal 3-ish-month cycle for letter releases
> (to "roll up" accumulated changes in the absence of a security release), we
> would be having one soon.  Are there any plans to do a final letter release
> to package up all the changes before 1.1.0 goes EOL?  (If we do, will there
> also be "roll up" letter releases on the other branches?)

Yes, we are due a release soon. Whether we will have a wrap up for 1.1.0 or not
is currently under discussion. My expectation is - yes.

Matt



will there be a final "wrap-up" 1.1.0l release?

2019-08-28 Thread Benjamin Kaduk
Hi all,

I note that 1.1.0 goes EOL on 2019-09-11, and the current 1.1.0k release is
from the end of May.  On the normal 3-ish-month cycle for letter releases
(to "roll up" accumulated changes in the absence of a security release), we
would be having one soon.  Are there any plans to do a final letter release
to package up all the changes before 1.1.0 goes EOL?  (If we do, will there
also be "roll up" letter releases on the other branches?)

Thanks,

Ben