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From Ian Maxon <ima...@uci.edu>
Subject Re: Tasks remaining for release
Date Sun, 19 Jul 2015 21:12:14 GMT
I think we basically have everything that was on this checklist merged
or ready to be merged. After the Metadata stuff is merged, all that's
left is the package change.

-Ian

On Sun, Jul 19, 2015 at 7:34 AM, Mike Carey <dtabass@gmail.com> wrote:
> Q: Any progress (e.g., @Raman) on feed/build stability?
> What's still on our short list to do for the first release, in terms of
> being code complete?
> (I know I owe reviews of Ildar's user-visible changes.)
> We'll also need to run the old traditional "Pouria torture tests" for an
> extended period of time.
>
> On 7/2/15 6:42 PM, Ian Maxon wrote:
>>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> We are close to having a release ready, but there's a few things left
>> on the checklist before we can cut the first Apache release. I think
>> most things on this list are underway, but I'll put them here just for
>> reference/visibility. Comments and thoughts are welcomed.
>>
>> - Build stability after merging YARN and Feeds seems to have seriously
>> declined. It's hard to get a build to go through to the end without
>> going OOM at all now honestly, so this is a Problem. I think it may be
>> related to Feeds, but even after disabling the tests
>> (https://asterix-gerrit.ics.uci.edu/#/c/312/), I still see it.
>> Therefore I am not precisely sure what is going on, but it only
>> started to happen after we merged those two features. It's not exactly
>> obvious to me where the memory leak is coming from. @Raman, it would
>> be great to get your advice/thoughts on this.
>>
>> - Metadata name changes and Metadata caching consistency fixes are
>> underway by Ildar.
>>
>> - The repackaging and license checker patches still need to be merged
>> in, but this should happen after the above two features are merged.
>> They are otherwise ready for review though.
>>
>> - Now that Feeds is merged, the Apache website should be changed to
>> the new version that has been in draft form for a few weeks now.
>> Before it may have been a little premature, but now it should be
>> accurate. The documentation site should also be reverted to its prior
>> state, before it was quickly patched to serve as an interim website.
>>
>>
>> If there's anything else I am missing that should be in this list,
>> please feel free to add it into this thread.
>>
>> Thanks,
>> -Ian
>
>

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