I'd like to ask what people think about shifting our release cycle to
spring and autumn rather than the current summer and winter cycles. The
problem with the current cycle is that both release dates each year happen
at inconvenient times on the calendar, with folks taking time off for
official and unofficial holidays.
The current releases are June and December. It might be easier if they
happened two or three months later (although still on the 6 month cycle),
say September and March. To do this, we'd need to have an 8 or 9 month
cycle first, but the 1.5 release is a major upheaval so it seems like a
good candidate for having a little extra time to get the bugs out.
Please let me know what you think. Again, this is not an official proposal,
just a question for now.
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