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From Stefano Bagnara <apa...@bago.org>
Subject Re: Testing Alpha3
Date Tue, 23 May 2006 16:34:45 GMT
Bernd Fondermann wrote:
> [...]
> Not a single message got lost.
> No errors in the log files.
> [...]
> If a test using file repositories yields similar results and all results 
> still hold for Alpha4, we could consider it stable enough to become a 
> release candidate, shouldn't we?

Thank you for sharing your results!

I think this is good enough to give us much more confidence but I think 
we need much more real world testing before we can trust if enough to 
make an RC.

Today I fixed a problem with SMIME mailets, we may have a lot of similar 

I think the status that better describe the current 2.3 branch is "beta".

I currently have a 2.3.0a2 and a 2.3.0a3 in production in very low 
traffic servers.

That said I think that using the "RC" sequence in a release would give 
us much more tester than the "a" releases, but I would prefer to proceed 
by steps.

I would like to know if James works fine under greater load.

+1 to release a "b1" or "a4" asap


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