Release date for Rails 2.3.6?

Hello guys,

I went into milestones page (https://rails.lighthouseapp.com/projects/8994-ruby-on-rails/milestones) and found out that Rails 2.3.6 was due Jan 15, 2010. Does it mean all tickets in that milestone should be cleared first?

If so, then I would pay attention to clear tickets in that bucket first.

Thank you,

Prem Sichanugrist (sikachu)

I'd like to reraise this question. The Lighthouse milestone page still
shows a date of January 15, but now it's 2 months after. There's
almost 4 months worth of stable, relevant fixes ready to go for a
2.3.6 release, including critical fixes for SMTP and fixes the use of
Rubygems APIs that were deprecated in the Feb 20 Rugygem release that
will be removed on or after August 2010.

We're also looking forward to a stored procedure compatibility fix
that's in the 2-3-stable branch as well.

What's the plan?

We're also looking forward to a stored procedure compatibility fix
that's in the 2-3-stable branch as well.

What's the plan?

Apologies for the lack of communication on this. Professional Life
and Family Life combined and resulted in no free time for me to work
on rails.

On my plate prior to 2.3.6 is tidying up 2-3-stable's XSS changes to
ensure backwards compatibility with 2.3.5 and the rails/rails_xss
plugin. Once that's done then I'll do a pass through lighthouse and
here looking for things which should block a release. After that,
hopefully we can settle down into a six-weekly point release cycle.

My hunch is that 2.3.6 will land more like 'early april' than 'late
march' but it's not far off. Apologies again for the delay.

Hey guys,

any update on the release date for 2.3.6?

Cheers,
Szymon