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SubjectRe: 2.4.x release process comments

> I'm not saying it should, but it would be good from a PR
> perspective and as
> an element in the reliability feeling vector ;-)
Not sure about it... People like it when a product looks stable,
and having a -blah or -pre and so on once a week doesn't make
me feel I have some stable product...

> The number of -pre releases shouldn't be limited for its own sake, but
> rather in the process of stabilising the kernel for release.
> So I mean after
> a couple of -pre releases start focussing on debugging and
> then finish with
> a few -rc's before the next cycle starts. That way the diffs
> between full
> versions are smaller and upgrading gets easier.
So, the question is to choose between :
- less releases with more changes
- more relaseases with less changes

Is that correct ?


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