Ordinarily, this would be the point in the month where I suggest being a
bit more conservative with commits. However, I'm not desperately
excited about freezing a tree with 6 commits since the last release.
I'm aware of a fair amount of "nearly-finished" (or at least
"nearly-mergeable") largeish out of tree stuff: relocation; incremental
heap; ppc threads; win32 threads; sse intrinsics -- and there's probably
stuff out there that would be nice that I'm not aware of. Is there any
chance that anyone (not even necessarily the primary authors of those
branches) could do review and merge work over the next month, and if so
would it be easier if we didn't freeze over the next 10 days?
Other opinions on what to do also welcome (for example, should we
default to a two-month period from now on?)