Does anyone know why LO 3.5.7 has not come out yet? The release schedule
stated the 8th through the 14th. It is the 14th and I still do not see
it listed anywhere other than RC2 version.
I thought that there was almost no difference between RC1 and RC2 to the
point that there should not have been a delay in the release of 3.5.7.
http://downloadarchive.documentfoundation.org/libreoffice/old/ - shows
the 126.96.36.199 [RC2] folder dated Oct. 5th.
I am waiting with baited breath for 3.5.7 to come out [not an RC
version] so I can upgrade to that version, and create the final NA_DVD
for the 3.5.x line and get as many copies "out there" as I can.
When 3.6.3 comes out - first week in November, I will be creating a new
version of the NA-DVD for that line. I would like some breathing room
between making those two DVDs.
I just did an fix to the 3.5.6 .iso file, but it is too close to the
3.5.7 release to upload it to the LO serversfor publication[I think].
If it can be published, I will upload it. Then I will do the same for
3.5.7's DVD when I get those filesand finish the .iso file for it.
the key is why 3.5.7 is not out on schedule.
Hopefully something did not go wrong with the RC2 version.
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