This is interesting. I am receiving a warning about some devices which are running the current stable code. Anyone know if there was a recent change in the logic when prompting about this? I would not have expected a RC or beta release to give me a warning.
Should I really be getting this switch firmware warning:
"Newer stable major firmware or newer minor beta firmware is available that may contain security fixes, new features, and performance improvements. We recommend that you upgrade to the latest stable or latest beta firmware version."
My switches are on the latest stable 12.28.1 firmware. Do they really recommend to upgrade to a "stable release candidate" or "Beta" instead of the current stable release? At time of writing, that would be 14.29.
My switches are on "latest stable 12.28.1". Everything else is listed as a release candidate or beta so they shouldn't give a warning until there is another stable release.
I guess we either take our chances on the very old latest stable with known security holes and bugs or try out the release candidate with fixes for those holes and bugs but could contain unknown holes and bugs.