Barry Warsaw wrote:
We should reconsider whether 3.0 is ready for release candidates. Perhaps it makes more sense to rename rc1 to beta4 and fix some of these blockers. Now that 2.6 is (mostly) out of the way, we can concentrate on getting 3.0 right.
Yes, with Victor's filesystem decoding related changes still to go in, along with a a few other API changes to be forward ported from 2.6, calling the current state of 3.0 a release candidate definitely seems to be getting ahead of ourselves.
A big +1 from me for declaring it still in beta until all the 3.0 release blockers are fixed.
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