I’m all for this as well, because people want the new hotness. That said, for people downstream that have to support httpd, y’all are releasing really fast. I get it, and we haven’t really had any problems (minus a weird semaphore issue we haven’t tracked down yet), I’m noticing an increase of releases lately. Just curious what is the rush lately? Is this all a build up to 2.6 coming out or something else? > On Nov 8, 2018, at 3:11 AM, Stefan Eissing <stefan.eissing@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > >> Am 07.11.2018 um 16:15 schrieb Jim Jagielski <jim@xxxxxxxxxxx>: >> >> Now that we have a 2.4.37 out, one in which the number of enhancements and fixes and feature were limited, it makes sense to consider having a 2.4.38 release somewhat "soonish", esp considering the number of backports that lack only a single vote. >> >> Comments? > > I am all for it. And I have reasons! :-) > > 1. We are well on track to automate the whole thing nicely. We need some more iterations to make it tight. This is easier done in short intervals. > 2. I think regular releases are good for the people here and motivate people from outside to contribute. > 3. h2 and Let's Encrypt still get attention and there are some small improvements I'd like to throw out there. Nothing serious, just would be nice. > > Cheers, > > Stefan Super off topic but this is one of the best communities I deal with in my day to day, even when y’all are mad you’re good to each other, means a lot to those of us that just need to follow the feed. Thank you all for that. Thanks, Cory McIntire Release Manager - EasyApache cPanel, L.L.C.
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