[tahoe-dev] 1.10 beta1 has been tagged

Brian warner at lothar.com
Thu Apr 18 17:17:46 UTC 2013

I'm glad to say that we're code-complete for 1.10, so I've just tagged
allmydata-tahoe-1.10b1 . This should contain all the code and bugfixes
that will be in 1.10, but is still lacking some documentation and
release-process work:

* the NEWS file needs editing
* I need to write some docs on the new #466 node keys
* there are probably some lingering darcs-isms in the instructions
* we probably need to do some weeding on the wiki to make sure
   everything referenced by the tree is present and correct
* need to check that the SUMO tarball is up-to-date

When we get those docs fixed up, I'll tag the release candidate -rc1.
Then, given a week of baking, we can release 1.10 for real, probably
around the end of the month.

The 1.10b1 tarballs can be downloaded from here:


(including all six combinations of zip/tar.gz/tar.bz and

Please give beta1 a test and let us know about any problems you see, via
bugs assigned to the 1.10 milestone, mail to tahoe-dev, or just mention
it to a dev in IRC (#tahoe-lafs on irc.freenode.net).


PS: A note for folks who run nodes from trunk: the location of the new
"node key" file has moved around a bit. About four days ago (between
alpha2 and beta1) I removed a fallback/workaround that tolerated an
older location for this file. If you've been running a node from trunk
for the last year, please look at the comments for commit e706156 and
follow the instructions if they apply to you:


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