[TYPO3-core] RFC: Bug #1839: Broken Rootline when a Editor view a Page that is not online
michael at typo3.org
Tue Apr 24 23:57:29 CEST 2007
> Martin Kutschker wrote:
>> Michael Stucki wanted us only to commit security bugs into 4.0. My point
>> was to fix also compatibility issues (eg problems with new browser
>> versions) and "dead-end" UI experiences for users or more serious issues
>> (eg data loss). I think Michael's point was that it's too hard to draw a
>> line in the light of our limited resources.
> I can understand Michael's point. Some files were changed a lot between
> 4.0 and trunk, so fixing three versions instead of two may be difficult.
> To avoid situation when half of all fixes are in 4.0 and the other half
> is not, he made that decision. This sounds very logical, though a bit
Just to clarify this: It's always possible to discuss things like this. Of
course I've made my thoughts about this, but still it doesn't mean that my
opinion is an ultimate decision. Actually I feel a bit scared about the
point that you don't discuss this more although you don't seem to like the
decision that way it was made.
My main point was that there is no strategy about maintaining such an
"oldstable" branch and that it makes no sense in my eyes to release
versions with only half of all fixes applied. It gives me the impression of
a product which is good, but could be better.
The solution to that problem is quite easy however: We can engage
maintainers for every version, like Linus Torvalds did with the 2.2 and 2.4
I think we should get back to this at T3DD...
Looking forward to see you!
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