On Wed, Aug 31, 2016 at 5:49 PM, Gianluca Cecchi <gianluca.cecchi(a)gmail.com>
On Wed, Aug 31, 2016 at 3:58 PM, Sandro Bonazzola <sbonazzo(a)redhat.com>
> The oVirt Project is pleased to announce the availability of the First
> Release Candidate of oVirt 4.0.4 for testing, as of August 31st, 2016.
does this mean that 4.0.3 was final, 2 days ago?
I indeed noticed a strange subject in that e-mail
[ANN] oVirt 4.0.3 Final Release Candidate is now available
There were both "Final" and "Candidate" words ... and I was a bit
Sorry, my copy / paste bad habit for announce emails...
Yes, it was final.
Also if this is true, any particular reason to have a new release
candidate right 2 days after the previous final?
Is it not too fast for users to stay ahead? Or do we need to consider
"Release Candidate" phrase in a different way than usual?
Only my opinion...
4.0.3 has been a short cycle release to fix some urgent bugs / regression
on top of 4.0.2.
4.0.4 will have probably a longer cycle and even if we just released 4.0.3
GA, having fixed more than 100 bugs comparing to 4.0.3 seemed a good idea
to issue a RC allowing people afflicted by those bugs to have a fix to test
as soon as possible.
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