Re: Major changes between 1.4/

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On Mon, 06 Feb 2012 10:24:42 -0600 (CST), Richard Mudgett
<rmudgett@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>The UPGRADE.txt and CHANGES files do just that.  They have been a part
>of the Asterisk source files for a long time.

Thanks for the info. The problem is that the ChangeLog files

are very long to read, and make no distinction between tiny
features/bug fixes and major changes, so non-experts are unable to
tell them apart.

No Asterisk expert keeps track of new releases and blogs about major
changes when they occur?

At the very least, what is the main difference between the four
branches currently under development, so that 1.4 users can tell if
it's worth upgrading to another branch (save for the end-of-lifed

Thank you.

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