2011.12.12 20:22 "[Tiff] considering packaging 4.0 beta in debian "unstable"", by Jay Berkenbilt

2011.12.13 01:13 "Re: [Tiff] considering packaging 4.0 beta in debian "unstable"", by Lee Howard

Thumbs-up from me, too, on 4.0.0 as-is. I've been using it on my development system for about a year now, and I'm happy with it.



I am fine with release 4.0.0 as is. Bob, are you willing to do the legwork on this? I'm never confident of my versions of the autoutils.

Some security folks within Google will likely do a security audit of libtiff4 in the next couple months but any corresponding changes can go into 4.0.1.

Best regards,

On Mon, Dec 12, 2011 at 4:16 PM, Bob Friesenhahn <bfriesen@simple.dallas.tx.us> wrote:

>>> If we need a 4.0.0 release - how long will that take? (to really feel good

about it, not to just change the label).

The library has been through quite a few release cycles already over

>> several years. Some people feel pretty good about it. It only takes

an hour or two to cut a release and remove "beta" from the name.

And what is the timeframe for including it in the debian "unstable" builds? Are there any deadlines?

It seems that is up to Jay.

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