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Date: Thu, 09 Oct 2014 06:41:57 -0400
From: "Anthony G. Basile" <>
Subject: Re: Release very far behind schedule

On 10/08/14 10:53, Rich Felker wrote:
> Hi all,
> First of all, some apologies: both that the 1.1.5 release is quite a
> bit behind the roadmap schedule, and that the wiki is down (and thus
> the roadmap isn't visible so nobody can see how far behind the release
> is :-). Jeremy is aware that the wiki is down but doesn't have much
> time to devote to it, so we should look for a new solution for hosting
> and maintaining it in the future.
> With regards to the release, I think everything important is done. I'd
> like to run some tests and I'd like feedback if there are any new
> regressions or pending _trivial_ things I'm forgetting (trivial in the
> sense of small, obviously-correct patches that I might have
> overlooked, not anything that's going to require review or
> discussion). Hopefully I can get this out in the next day or two. It's
> been "basically done" for quite a while now, which in a sense is a
> good thing -- it means there's been a good window of opportunity for
> catching regressions -- but it's never fun to have stagnation of
> development like this.
> Rich

A rebuild of the gentoo stage3's for amd64 and i686 showed no 
regressions.  I have not yet tested arm and mips.

Anthony G. Basile, Ph. D.
Chair of Information Technology
D'Youville College
Buffalo, NY 14201
(716) 829-8197

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