Am 06.08.2014 07:29, schrieb Pikov Andropov:
Florian Reisinger wrote on 8/6/2014 1:22 AM:
The problem we have: We do not have one release branch as Firefox has, we have two... Users
should use and find bugs on the "Fresh" version in order to make thee fresh, which will be
renamed to stable after 6M.
So how to say "you can use the feature packed fresh"? It is not an RC it is an tested final
So yes, we have a different model, so we need different names then the standard :)
What are the differences between the two branches?
The younger one (fresh) has been forked later from the master development
branch. Therefore it obviously has more features.
But as it is younger, it is less "mature" than the earlier (still) branch.
If you look into each branch separately, the branch goes through the well
known states (alpha, beta, RC, final) for its first release (the x.y.0), but
then keeps iterating through several additional (bugfix) releases, from
x.y.1 to x.y.6 in most cases. So each branch individually gains increasingly
bugfreeness during its individual
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