Pidgin 2.1.2 vs 2.2.0 (was: Re: Revision 0e61386b7b4aa6f619e9471efed89eeec8b06574)

Luke Schierer lschiere at
Sun Aug 26 08:41:02 EDT 2007

On Sat, Aug 25, 2007 at 10:59:36AM -0700, Jeff Connelly wrote:
> There is a milestone for 2.1.2 in Trac, but libpurple/version.h (from
> defines the version as 2.2.0. This is the log message:
> Does this mean there won't be a 2.1.2, and all tickets targeted to
> this milestone should be updated to 2.2.0? And that I can commit
> :)
> -Jeff

I have updated the roadmap to reflect reality.  Rather than merging the
2.1.2 and 2.2.0 releases, I moved 2.2.0 to 2.3.0, changed 2.1.2 to
2.2.0, and added in a 2.2.1 release between 2.2.0 and 2.3.0 (which moved
2.3.0 back 3 weeks).

Everyone should remember that the roadmap is just a guestimate of future
action.  All ticket assignments are conditional on developers being able
to find time to look at the tickets (Sean has been AWESOME about this).
All version numbers are conditional on our need to add API.  All dates
are conditional on the code base in fact being in a releasable state on
the "due" date.

Still, I think it helps to have the roadmap, even though it is not a
hard rule.  


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