[pkg-php-pear] New Symfony 2.8 and 3.0: what about Stretch?
dabe at deb.ymc.ch
Tue Nov 17 10:27:12 UTC 2015
Am Montag, den 16.11.2015, 23:13 -0400 schrieb "David Prévot":
> Hi Daniel and all,
> With the beta release of 2.8 and 3.0 just published, I was wondering about
> the version that will be shipped with Stretch.
> 2.8 (as 2.7) is an LTS version, supported until Nov 2019 (2.7 will be
> supported until May 2019). 3.0, on the other hand, will only be supported
> until Jan 2017, and the following LTS version should be 3.3, but will only
> be released on May 2017, i.e., after the freeze began.
> I guess we should then target 2.8 (or eventually 2.7 if there is a good
> reason not to bring 2.8) for Stretch, so we could start working on 2.8,
> and target experimental for the time being.
> Once 2.8 will be ready and uploaded to Sid, we could start working on the
> 3. branch, and release that in experimental, but that shouldn't be our
> first priority (WRT to the upcoming Stretch release).
> Does that sound OK, or did I miss something ?
That is perfectly okay to me. So we focus on 2.8 for Stretch, since 3.3
sadly (most likely) won't be ready before the Stretch freeze  and
play around with 3.x in experimental (once we have 2.8 in sid).
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