Randy McMurchy randy at
Thu Apr 6 19:33:49 PDT 2006

I think we should release a version of BLFS as it is right now, it seems
stable (I hate the Gtk+ GSlice issue), but it has been 8 months and we
are thinking about updates to GNOME, KDE, D-Bus, HAL, etc, etc.

We could probably sneak an update in now, then have some time to 
prepare for the next update that will require us to adapt to the new
Udev, hotplug, alpha, UTF-8 changes. These upcoming changes are major
and will require a complete check-out of BLFS packages.

A release would really go a long way to tiding us over until we can
prepare for what probably is soon-to-be LFS-6.2.


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