this of course leads to GNU Hurts and Duke Nukem ForNever."It's ready when it's done", is my favourite deadline.
Dead skin perhaps? It's certainly unpleasant to watch, but at least nobody had to clean up after him, unlike people who don't care where their fingernail/toenail clippings end up? I had to find a "silver lining" since I can't un-watch that.
-RC4is explained in the second post here. The resulting commit is this one:
Unlikely. Of course,I wonder if there will be a RC5.
-RC4opened the opportunity to add other fixes that wouldn't have made it otherwise. But on the last RC, there has to be a really pressing need for a fix to allow a commit, cause the consequence would be yet another RC.
-RC3-p1was introduced for the OpenSSL CVE, just one day before