On Jul 3, 2009, at 19:49, Andrew Sullivan wrote:
1. The recent boilerplate/process-change events have resulted in a
situation where the most-recommended tool for preparing IETF documents
does not work at all in its stable version.
To me, 1.34pre3 appears to be exactly as stable as 1.33 (modulo the
instability inevitably introduced by the 5378 train wreck).
Would it help to simply call it 1.34 now?
(Then it would be picked up by distributions and packaging services
such as macports, and people could stop installing by hand.)
Release early, release often.
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