Next stable version of Samba.
Cole, Timothy D.
timothy_d_cole at md.northgrum.com
Fri May 19 14:45:24 GMT 2000
I think in effect what's happened is that the development roadmap has
changed. The general expectation a while back (when that text was probably
written) would be that the next non-2.0 version would have all of the PDC
goodies and whatnot. But, that's not really feasible at the moment, and
there are enough new changes to warrant a 2.2 release, I think.
So, the book made predictions about Samba development based on the roadmap
at the time, only the roadmap's changed now. It happens.
I think we're basically just going to have to tell the newbies asking about
this that the roadmap has changed somewhat since the book was written.
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> Subject: Re: Next stable version of Samba.
> it-samba at computerbild.de said:
> > I think that the 2.2 for the release branch is favorable while the
> > "2.1" in the book is unfortunate.
> Isn't it obvious to anyone here, that if the book says 2.1, and the
> version is 2.2, then the 2.2 version would obviously be newer, and
> fulfill the requirement as the 2.1 versiion was intended to in the book?
> my 2c
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