[rabbitmq-discuss] Thoughts from a new user
adam at varud.com
Fri Sep 24 21:54:57 BST 2010
I'm kind of confused about your point. Ubuntu isn't even beyond the 1.8
series and it's likely one of the most heavily used production distributions
I don't know why there's pushback on this. Everybody who responded to this
thread who uses Mac was +1 for simply including Homebrew in your
Do whatever you want.
On Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 4:47 PM, Matthias Radestock
<matthias at rabbitmq.com>wrote:
> Adam Nelson wrote:
>> The homebrew rabbitmq installation already exists and is maintained.
> Who is maintaining it? For all official rabbit distributions which we do
> not maintain directly ourselves we know the individuals who maintain them
> and liaise with them for new releases, resolution of any problems reported
> to them about rabbit vs to us about their packaging, etc.
> Also, note that the rabbitmq formula is still stuck at version 2.0.0 nine
> days after 2.1.0 was released. And 2.0.0 itself took 13 days to appear. Now,
> to me 13 days seems quite ok, but what kind of turnaround do homebrew users
> generally expect? Contrast this, for example, with the latest release of
> Erlang/OTP, which came out on the same day as rabbit 2.1.0 and only took
> three days to appear in homebrew.
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