On 10/6/07, Jim Fulton <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Only people who ask for updates.

Which by default is every time somebody runs a buildout, right?

> I think this depends on the use cases.  I think most people would
> like to get bug fixes.  The intent of such a 3.4 index would be to
> give people the latest 3.4 updates which should give no new
> features.  This is intended to mimick what happens with linux package
> respositories.

Ah, good point. But I think what Martijn is saying is that when we
come with new *features* this should be made into a new page. Which
would then be Zope 3.5, or something.  Or did I misunderstand him?

But you are right, small bugfixes, and in particular security fixes,
should indeed go into the already existing page. Which means all you
would need to get a security fix would be to run buildout, possibly
forcing it to check for new versions if that is set to false by
default. That would indeed be a very nice feature.

Lennart Regebro: Zope and Plone consulting.
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