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    2.2r2 will be out right after these messages…
    Submitted by ressu on Monday, November 20, 2000 – 19:56
    Anthony Towns mentioned today that potato r2 will be out when the showstopper list has first been created and then cleared. It seems that the new revision wont come out so soon after all, although Anthony mentioned that as soon as the showstopper list was clear r2 would be released.

    here is the original mail for this

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    Subject: Re: 2.2r2 will be out right after these messages…
    Author: kraai
    Date: Wednesday, 2000/11/22 – 16:17
    The 2.2r2 showstopper list is available here.
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