[ANN] Release 9.6.0 DP-1
richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Tue Nov 26 15:49:52 EST 2019
I think I understand what "no longer relevant" means,
but "stale" is unclear to me; I've always thought of something
that has gone stale as something that someone
should have done something with earlier but somehow 'overlooked.'
And, as to "not going to get merged," well, why isn't that feature going
merged? I wonder how many people are going to feel completely satisfied by
either that classification or "stale" ?
On 26.11.19 22:44, hh via use-livecode wrote:
> @Mark Waddingham.
> Good to know you are still alive.
> LC version numbering has it's own logic, agreed -- as long as
> it's counting up. Integers are meek as a lamb, we have enough
> of them.
> Nevertheless Mark Wieder made a good point with looking at the
> pull requests.
> If I understand correctly then you both are right:
> At the very end it is the content that matters.
> Now we all look forward to know which pull requests are *NOT*
> "incomplete or WIP" and which are *NOT* "stale / no longer
> relevant / not going to get merged".
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