[zeromq-dev] Feedback on pubsub pull requests (trie/mtrie fixed, etc.)

Martin Lucina martin at lucina.net
Mon Jan 30 12:11:38 CET 2012


ph at imatix.com said:
> Thus, I'd advise people to send patches early, rather than late, since
> it takes about 6 months for new code to make its way into a stable
> release. If you time it right, you can roll into production on a
> stable release that contains the fixes you depend on.

The current process does a great job of documenting how one can get code
into the official libzmq master, and also how bugfixes are applied to and
reviewed for the current stable release (i.e. 2.1).

What is missing is documentation on how / when a release / branch is
declared "stable", or as you write above, how "code makes its way into a
stable release".



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