Hi James,

I just noticed that the only releases that show on sourceforge are for Windows ( http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=27533 ). When did that happen? No source package? If not, that isn't very good I don't think.

That wasn't deliberate. At the time that we did the release, both of them showed up on the same page near each other.

However, I think SourceForge changed their system so they only display the latest release. At the time we set it up, they showed the last several releases, but now they seem to only show the absolute newest one.

Last time you did a release, you didn't do the Windows part of it. You just made the Unix/Linux/Source release. Then, I came by a few days later and added the Windows one. Since the Windows one was the newest one uploaded, SourceForge thinks it's the "latest" and doesn't show the others.

That's just a guess -- and I hope I explained it well enough -- but if we do a new release, I think we should coordinate better. Let's make sure we have everything we need already committed, and release the Unix and Windows stuff (plus any RPMs or other packages) together.

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