On Mon, 2012-08-06 at 21:18 +0200, tino.keitel+syncevolution(a)tikei.de
what is the state of 188.8.131.52? I looks like there are quite some
interesting bugs since the syncevolution-1-2-99-3 git tag.
True. I probably should just go ahead and tag+compile 184.108.40.206. Or
perhaps go for 1.3 directly?
What do you and users think? Does 1.3 need more time for testing or
should I just go ahead and pull the trigger?
Furthermore, is there a roadmap for upcoming RCs and the 1.3 release?
I'm on vacation next week as well as some weeks after this, and I'd
like to get recent updates into Debian testing despite the freeze.
There's no real roadmap. I'd like to release 1.3 when it's ready. The
recent discovery of some issues (like the broken auto sync) seem to
imply that it's not quite there yet, but that's just anecdotal evidence.
Best Regards, Patrick Ohly
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