Stable, conservative, unsupported versions |

Дилян Палаузов dpa-libreoffice at
Wed Jan 16 12:41:15 UTC 2019


it is confusing, when the most stable version does not compile, as it happened to me, and when this is not going to

I suggest recomending only versions, which either compile, or in case they don’t compile, they are supposed to be
publically tweaked to compile.


On Wed, 2019-01-16 at 12:03 +0000, Kaganski Mike wrote:
> On 16.01.2019 14:49, Дилян Палаузов wrote:
> > Hello,
> > 
> > what I wanted to ask was, why does the LO-webpage recommend for enterprises end of life products.
> > 
> > My understanding of the processes is, that there are usually a stable version, that is not end-of-live, and a most
> > current version, at the same time.  However there are gaps, when the webpage offers only one version, that is not end of
> > life, without stating this clear.
> 6.0 *is* the stable version at the moment, that is rightfully 
> recommended now. EOL means only one thing: no more releases for this 
> branch are planned. This happens at the moment when the last release of 
> the branch comes out. The last release for 6.0 brought last portion of 
> the fixes; and at this moment, 6.0.7 is considered the most stable - and 
> for that reason, recommended; and at the same time, TDF won't release 
> any more patches to it - so it's EOLed. So do you suggest to only 
> recommend versions that don't have the last pack of fixes?
> -- 
> Best regards,
> Mike Kaganski

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