"Andy Green (林安廸)"
andy at warmcat.com
Sat Oct 26 14:58:50 CEST 2013
On 26/10/13 20:53, the mail apparently from Daniel Griscom included:
> I've been wondering: what's the significance of the "chromeXX-firefoxYY"
> in the release tags?
It's just noting I tested those versions of Chrome and Firefox with the
> P.S. It's been fun to watch all the progress being made; I think of it
> as "vicarious programming".
Ha glad you're enjoying it. I have learned a great deal about
nonblocking worldview and network programming generally doing this and
it is really great to see so many contributions coming back.
> At 8:43 PM +0800 10/26/13, Andy Green (ó-à¿úN) wrote:
>> On 24/10/13 23:10, the mail apparently from Arokux X included:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I've noticed you guys do not like to tag much. However this is
>>> important for the users like me who want to checkout a bit tested code
>>> and are afraid of bleeding edge i.e. HEAD.
>> You're right, it has been a long time since the last tag.
>> I have been hanging on to release v1.23 that's done now and tagged
>> There's a very big diffstat, on the last release we still had
>> autotools build. Most of the notable features are in the changelog
>> but there was also a lot of small robustness work and hopefully making
>> the last corner cases fully nonblocking.
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