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From Christopher <>
Subject Re: Time to release 1.6.1?
Date Thu, 19 Jun 2014 16:27:38 GMT
Guidelines don't force anything. By definition, a guideline is a suggestion
or recommendation. Even if they were strict requirements, we can agree on
different guidelines for bugfix releases. Ultimately, it comes down to
whoever has time to create the release plan/release candidate and the
results of the vote.

I agree with Mike that 1.5.2 should get out first, and that the upgrade
discussion should complete first. If we're going to support 1.4->1.6
upgrades (and I think that's the direction we're converging on), that
should happen in 1.6.1, not later.

Christopher L Tubbs II

On Thu, Jun 19, 2014 at 11:46 AM, Josh Elser <> wrote:

> I was thinking the same thing, but I also haven't made any strides towards
> getting 1.5.2 closer to happening (as I said I'd try to do).
> I still lack "physical" resources to do the week-long testing as our
> guidelines currently force us to do. I still think this testing is
> excessive if we're actually releasing bug-fixes, but it does differentiate
> us from other communities.
> I'm really not sure how to approach this which is really why I've been
> stalling on it.
> On 6/19/14, 7:18 AM, Mike Drob wrote:
>> I'd like to see 1.5.2 released first, just in case there are issues we
>> discover during that process that need to be addressed. Also, I think it
>> would be useful to resolve the discussion surrounding upgrades[1] before
>> releasing.
>> [1]:
>> 201406.mbox/%3CCAGHyZ6LFuwH%3DqGF9JYpitOY9yYDG-
>> On Thu, Jun 19, 2014 at 8:09 AM, Corey Nolet <> wrote:
>>  I'd like to start getting a candidate together if there are no
>>> objections.
>>> It looks like we have 65 resolved tickets with a fix version of 1.6.1.

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