--On 10. August 2005 08:54:59 -0500 Paul Winkler <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:


I'm looking at the two patches that were uploaded for
http://www.zope.org/Collectors/Zope/1810 which is assigned to me... BUT:

1) Have we reached the end of the 2.7 line? Do I need to apply
this to the 2.7 branch?  Or can I just put this on the trunk and
2.8 branches and leave it at that? I really hate having to deal with
both CVS and SVN for one fix...

Why should we have reached the end? 2.7 should be supported as long as needed (I think at least for one further year) until 2.8 will be widely adopted (whatever that means). This means for me I will make releases as soon as their is a significant number of fixes or in case of important security fixes.

2) Since 2.8.1 is planned for tomorrow, should I a) hurry up and get it
in before that, or b) wait because I don't want to risk merging a
not-widely-tested patch so close to the final release?
or c) just create a bugfix branch and leave it for somebody else to sort
out the merge, since I'll be out of town for the next 2 weeks starting
tomorrow and can't help if there's anything wrong with the fix? :-)

No further untested fixes or whatever are acceptable for 2.8.1. Please commit your fixes after the release tomorrow.


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