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Authored by brd on May 19 2023, 5:21 PM.
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brd requested review of this revision.May 19 2023, 5:21 PM
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Sorry, forgot about that, I'll take a look tomorrow. But looks good.

Sorry, forgot about that, I'll take a look tomorrow. But looks good

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.May 25 2023, 7:52 PM

Before moving this, can I have the approval from @releng?

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Not commenting on the HTML, but I approve the designation of 13.2 as production and 12.4/13.1 as legacy.

Re: https://www.freebsd.org/security/#sup if there's no correlation between end of life and legacy, then for partial consistency there should be an update to the sidebar(s) where 12.4 and 13.2 are production releases.

Not commenting on the HTML, but I approve the designation of 13.2 as production and 12.4/13.1 as legacy.

Why is 12.4 legacy? Is is expected to be EOL'ed in December 31, 2023.
At any point in time, don't we generally have two major branches plus current?
In that case we usually mark the highest point release in every branch as "production". In this case that would be 13.2 and 12.4 Production.
What's the rationale here?

Not commenting on the HTML, but I approve the designation of 13.2 as production and 12.4/13.1 as legacy.