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Old 5th April 2010
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Default 8.1-RELEASE Preliminary Schedule

From a message from Ken Smith to the freebsd-stable mailing list (not in mailing archive yet)

For those of you who are wondering when 8.1-RELEASE might arrive,
we have discussed it and come up with the initial target schedule.
The highlights are:

Freeze          May 24th, 2010
BETA1           May 28th, 2010
RC1             June 11th, 2010
RC2             June 25th, 2010
RELEASE         July 9th, 2010

As usual, that's subject to change but it's at least our current

The schedule is posted to the Web:


That page includes a link to the 8.1TODO wiki page:


Though we're just barely started so there really isn't anything
interesting there yet - so far it just has the schedule...


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