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Andreas Braess wrote
thank you for Information. I look mostly on Release Plan like . Especially if
Version go in her last release, think if should change next Version or
at lease wait one or two releases form Version.
Andrew Braess

Well with the 5.0-- in pre-release, folks will need to choose whether
to stay on 4.4, or migrate.  If you have a specific issue preventing
migration from 4.4, then from the projects perspective we would like to get
that fixed in the 5.0 branch--or even into the 5.1 branch which is about to
release and Alpha version.

If you choose to stay with 4.4, and use the relese--please
understand that the project will shortly be ending development efforts on
the 4.4 branch moving it to End of Life status.  Meaning, that if you have
issues the ability of the project to support your needs will have moved
on--and you'll need to find another source for support.  They exist, and are
very high quality--but will have some cost associated. And, some things can
simply not be adjusted or solved.

So, what I'd suggest is that even if you don't move to the 5.0 branch now at
the release build, that you at least test it out. The same with the
5.1 alpha build or even the current daily TinderBox builds of master.

Hope that is clear as to your options.



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