Congratulations on 4.0.0 Release

re: http://scottstuff.net/blog/articles/2006/07/22/typo-4-0-0

Congratulations to Scott, Piers, Kevin and everyone else involved in the
4.0.0 Typo release. I see its been blogged about but I didn’t see an
[ANN]ouncement on this list or the Rails list – I think its worth
crowing
about, whether or there will be some fast-follower dot release(s). Thank
you
to all contributors for getting a quality 4.0.0 release out the door.

  • Brian

+1

On 7/25/06, Brian H. [email protected] wrote:


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I’d like to second the congratulations.

I know I’ve been a bit catty at times, and frankly I wasn’t expecting
the 4.0 migration to go smoothly–but it did. I took a copy of my
database anyway, but I needn’t have bothered. Zero problems.

(Using LigHTTPd + FastCGI + PostgreSQL + slightly customized schema to
get full timestamps.)

mathew

On 7/25/06, Brian H. [email protected] wrote:

re:
http://scottstuff.net/blog/articles/2006/07/22/typo-4-0-0

Congratulations to Scott, Piers, Kevin and everyone else involved in the
4.0.0 Typo release. I see its been blogged about but I didn’t see an
[ANN]ouncement on this list or the Rails list – I think its worth crowing
about, whether or there will be some fast-follower dot release(s). Thank you
to all contributors for getting a quality 4.0.0 release out the door.

Congrats guys - thanks for all the work on getting things stable and
“shipped” !

  • rob

This has been dugg on Digg:
http://digg.com/programming/Typo_RoR_Blog_Version_4_0_Released

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