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Re: versioning

Ulrich Drepper <> writes:

> Andreas Jaeger wrote:
>> Yes, we need more releases.
> I disagree.  We don't need releases.  Just anchor points which help
> pin-pointing problems easier.
>> I would still do some prominent official releases.
> Why?  You just say what you want but not why.  I simply don't see any
> reason to do something extraordinary.  The minor version will be bump
> when it is the time.  This won't be different from any other bump.

I want to have some major release that we put on as
tarball and announce properly.  I'm under the impression that the
bi-weekly "anchor-points" are not put up anywhere.

> Everybody who is distribution glibc should _always_ use the top of the tree.

There're outside some people that do not use cvs,

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