two release candidates back to back!

While we're wrapping up the release, we're already preparing
for a release.
If you're wondering which version to choose ( or,
here's a few guidelines:

- added White Rabbit support for the N310, so if you need that,
  you need the newest release.
- removed some public API calls, it is thus an API-breaking
  release (note that these were some obscure API calls, most users
  won't see a difference. GNU Radio users certainly won't).
  If you want to keep everything as stable as possible, but want all the
  recent bugfixes, pick the release.
- If you're still unsure, go through the changelog (pasted below) and
  see if some of the new features are relevant to your project.
  Most notably, the addition of the BasicRX A/B muxing for X310 (which
  was not available since UHD 3.10) and the re-added ability to modulate
  the DAC on the N210/N200 could be relevant.




* N3x0: Add White Rabbit support, add N300 support, standard BIST

        includes fan, fix issue with 1GigE, switch to 2 radio blocks

        with 2 channels each, upgrade TDC to version 2.0

* X300: Enable BasicRX to use A/B/AB/BA muxing setups, more consistent

        logging, fix enumeration issue with TwinRX

* USRP2/N2x0: Re-add ability to modulate in the DAC, improve ISE

              settings to better meet timing

* B205mini: Fix global reset, improve timing in b205_ref_pll

* UHD: Remove a lot of Boost usage, mostly replaced by C++11 features,

       more unit tests, fix Boost 1.67 compatibility, fix compiler

       warnings, add API to query clock rate range, fix get_usrp_?x_info

* MPM: Refactored N3xx code, moved C++ standard to 14, refactor

       Boost.Python bindings, use CMake variable MPM_DEVICE

* Logging: Allow disabling fastpath msgs at runtime

* Docs: Clarified meaning of DSP frequencies, improved manual

        section on synchronization, added some known issues to B100,

        USRP2, and USRP1, update test test procedure description

* Examples: Improved benchmark_rate (added failure thresholds, fixed

  incorrect calculation of samples on drops, fixed timeout values),

  minor fixes to txrx_loopback_to_file

* Utils: Handle U's in calibration tools, is now Py3k

         compatible, fixed

* RFNoC: DDCs/DUCs use DDSes instead of CORDIC, add DMA-based replay

         block in FPGA, add 64-bit support to axi_wrapper, add compat

         number to radio block,

* Debian: Fix rules file, fix Changelog format

* Fix license headers

* This release includes all bugfixes and features from previous

  releases, in particular, the 3.11.* release cycle

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