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From Scott Carey <sc...@richrelevance.com>
Subject Re: 1.5 release
Date Thu, 17 Feb 2011 21:38:05 GMT
Java summary of current non-blockers:

  AVRO-738 will close as a result of AVRO-753.
  AVRO-730 will likely make it in.
  AVRO-726 I'll try and get to this, but only after the top 3 blockers are
  AVRO-761 Its close, but does not break APIs so is safe for a 1.5.1 if we
run out of time.  We should mark this for 1.5.1 if we can't get to it.  I
marked it with 1.5.0 for now (non-blocker) so its on our radar.

spec related items, these will most likely end up assigned to 1.6.0.

Note, a 1.5.1 release can happen fairly quickly afterwards.  1.5.0 is the
hard one because a couple languages have some significant API changes.

On 2/17/11 11:35 AM, "Doug Cutting" <cutting@apache.org> wrote:

>The list of currently unresolved issues targeted for 1.5 is at:
>In the interest of ushering 1.5 out the door sooner rather than later,
>let's mark things that we should hold the release for as "Blocker".
>I propose to remove all non-blockers from this 1.5 list on Monday,
>February 21.  Does anyone object?
>If you feel strongly that an issue should block the 1.5.0 release and
>are willing to work on it to make sure that it can be committed soon,
>please change it to blocker.  API changes should be the highest
>priority, since the 1.5.0 release will establish API compatibility for
>all subsequent 1.5.x bugfix releases.
>I already marked a few issues as blockers.

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