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Originally posted by t3gah Please define "in the future" for me.
That usually means he doesn't have a particular date.
You should be well aware being in the computer business that software undergoes tests, the majority of the time its a last minute decision to release it after its proven to be stable.. hence the reasons Linus releases the kernel without ever knowing the exact date.. Patrick Volkerding releases Slackware on a seconds notice.. and so on..