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Date:      Fri, 15 Sep 2006 15:03:25 -0400
From:      Ken Smith <kensmith@cse.Buffalo.EDU>
Subject:   FreeBSD 6.2 Release Cycle
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FYI - we have begun the release cycle for FreeBSD-6.2.  Code freeze on
the RELENG_6 branch started last week.  For people in the habit of
tracking RELENG_6 you will start to notice various pieces of it that
start saying "6.2" for version numbers (despite 6.2 not being officially
released) as we progress through the release cycle.  Sorry if that
causes a bit of confusion or problems but we need to do this as part of
the BETA/RC testing that gets done.  Bumping things like the
FreeBSD_version to reflect 6.2 now gives the ports folks a chance to get
ready for it as part of their preparations for the release, etc.

The current targets for the BETAs/RCs/Release are:

	BETA1	Sep. 17
	BETA2	Oct. 1
	RC1	Oct. 15
	RC2	Oct. 29
	RELEASE	Nov. 13

We'll give a bit more information along with the BETA1 announcement.

                                                Ken Smith
- From there to here, from here to      |
  there, funny things are everywhere.   |
                      - Theodore Geisel |

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