Am 02.06.2011 17:15, schrieb Marc Paré:
Le 2011-06-02 10:53, ol klaus-jürgen weghorn a écrit :
Am 02.06.2011 16:37, schrieb Marc Paré:
Le 2011-06-02 08:47, Thorsten Behrens a écrit :
Christian Lohmaier wrote:
I think we should have two separate pages for those two versions.
If everyone agrees to this, then I'll add it that way.
Being out of the loop a bit& w/o net currently - have we made a
As far as I can see, no decision yet. Do we want to keep the 3.3 on the
downloads page? Is the 3.4 still too bleeding edge to recommend to the
Maybe we should have a link pointing to "Previous versions" where people
could download v.3.3.x should they wish to do so.
I don't think that 3.3.3 is a "previous version". It should be the very
stable version for corporations (conservative users) as it is shown on
We also need to think as far as support. I don't think there has been a
decision on supporting 3.3.x for a set amount of time. Are security
updates applied to 3.3.x when applied to 3.4?
I am more worried about our support and "end of life" policy. I am not
sure I have seen any of this as this is our first real major upgrade
from our initial version release.
You are right. But we should put this point of discussion out of this
thread (maybe out of this list). It is too important for beeing hidden
behind "download pages for two versions". Would you open for this a new
Does anyone know if this policy exists?
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