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From James M Snell <jasn...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Are we ready to cut 0.1?
Date Fri, 14 Jul 2006 17:29:29 GMT
Yeah, I pretty much just want to make sure we're ready for me to take
these actions.  If so, I'll create the branch and build the zip.

- James

Garrett Rooney wrote:
> On 7/14/06, James M Snell <jasnell@gmail.com> wrote:
>> I've made a number of API and internal changes this week.  I'm sure
>> there is lots more we can do to simplify the API and implementation,
>> but, as I posted earlier this week, I'd really like to get 0.1 cut and
>> released as a "developer preview" / "milestone" / "some branch that
>> developers can use while we continue to hack on the head".
>> Currently, all of the tests pass and the documentation is generally up
>> to date.
>> Are we ready?
>> Here's my +1 (binding)
> Ok, FWIW, this isn't how voting on a release works.
> First, the release manage (in this case James, since he's been pushing
> this release forward) tags the release, (svn copy $REPOS/trunk
> $REPOS/branches/0.1.0), then they build release artifacts (.zip files,
> tarballs, binary distributions, etc) of it and place them someplace
> accessible on people.apache.org (i.e. people.apache.org/~jmsnell/).
> At this point, they notify this mailing list that the release tarballs
> are available, and people download them, test them, and confirm that
> they work properly, etc.  People vote on those tarballs, not on "hey,
> lets make a release".
> Then, since we're in the incubator we post a message to
> general@incubator.a.o saying "hey, we'd like to release these things,
> this is the thread where the vote to do so occurred".
> The key thing is that we vote on an actual set of files to release,
> not on "whatever happens to be in the repos when James decides to do
> it".
> -garrett

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