[csw-users] [csw-announce] Stable Release 2007-04

ken mays maybird1776 at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 12 14:10:13 CEST 2007

Okay. However, the CURRENT version of Gnome is 2.18,
at this 
point in time. BTW: "modern" was the word ken has
chosen, that's
why I reused it :)

> I'm not about to debate the versions released
because I know as an
> absolute fact that it takes *lot* of work to test
GNOME in order to 
get it
> released.

I don't know that, but I assume that, yes. That's why
I'm asking
why time is spend on an obsolete version. Why not
spend it on the
current version?

Alexander Skwar

I am spending time on GNOME 2.18. I'm awaiting for
certain packages to be submitted to unstable as we

Correctly, GNOME 2.14 and 2.16 are not obsolete
versions - just older stable versions of GNOME. Most
corporate environments usually stay one desktop
version behind the latest version - until the latest
version reaches a revision or two.

Hopefully, we'll have the packages loaded this week so
we can test them during the weekend.


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