[Dovecot] 1.0.rc29 released
aredridel at nbtsc.org
Sat Mar 31 09:15:40 EEST 2007
On Fri, 2007-03-30 at 16:05 -0700, Kenneth Porter wrote:
> --On Friday, March 30, 2007 3:24 PM -0700 Frank Cusack
> <fcusack at fcusack.com> wrote:
> >> This is why I'm still using 0.99. The RC's still look like betas and I
> >> have no idea which one (if any) is less a regression than any other.
> > They ARE betas. That's no reason to stay with 0.99. It's effectively
> > beta as well.
> In principle, a "release candidate" should be a gamma. It should be
> effectively ready for release, and distributed to check for awful
> Is 1.0rc29 stable enough to replace 0.99 from Fedora? Will I suddenly have
> a bunch of angry users seeing things break?
It is stable enough. I've been using it in production, and each RC, with
no issues. Really damn good software.
> 1.0.rc1 was released in June. Here's a quote from the release message for
> rc11 (November 4):
> > Hopefully the last RC release? As far as I know there are no major
> > problems left now. If nothing big shows up, v1.0 should be out in a
> > couple of weeks.
> In rc27:
> > A few new small features and lots of index/mbox fixes. I've been heavily
> > stress testing this release, so I think it should be about perfect. :)
> *Features*?! In an rc?! No wonder there's no convergence.
Oddly, the new features don't seem to act up. Just little issues keep
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