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From Glen Daniels <gdani...@macromedia.com>
Subject VOTE : Axis 0.5 Release
Date Fri, 29 Jun 2001 21:52:10 GMT

I believe we received a grand total of one +1 to the proposed release plan
thus far... (!)

I would like to raise this issue to an official vote, and get +1/-1s from
the committer base ASAP.  My current plan is to spend next week cleaning
things up, making small-scale improvements, and doc-writing.  According to
the release plan, we need at least 3 committers to +1 this and agree to be
the "release team".  The more of us that can put in some time next week, the
nicer we can make the release.

Votes?  Volunteers?

--Glen

> -----Original Message-----
> From: gdaniels@apache.org [mailto:gdaniels@apache.org]
> Sent: Friday, June 29, 2001 4:40 PM
> To: xml-axis-cvs@apache.org
> Subject: cvs commit: xml-axis/java/docs RELEASE-PLAN-0_5.txt
> 
> 
> gdaniels    01/06/29 13:39:33
> 
>   Added:       java/docs RELEASE-PLAN-0_5.txt
>   Log:
>   Submit release plan for future reference.  These docs (requirements,
>   release plan) should probably move somewhere else...
>   
>   Revision  Changes    Path
>   1.1                  xml-axis/java/docs/RELEASE-PLAN-0_5.txt
>   
>   Index: RELEASE-PLAN-0_5.txt
>   ===================================================================
>   NOTE: This document is a draft of a release plan for the first
>   dot release of Axis. Nothing in this document should be
>   considered authoritative until it has been discussed and approved
>   on the AXIS-DEV mailing list.
>   
>   
>   
>   			  Axis 0.5 Release Plan 
>   			  =====================
>   
>   Objective: 
>   
>       The objective of the proposed 0.5 release is to get a 
> functional but
>       not feature-complete version of Axis into official 
> public distribution
>       so that we may solicit feedback from the community and build
>       momentum leading up to a 1.0 release by mid-summer.
>   
>   Axis 0.5 Release:
>   
>   	Code Freeze/Tag Date:	July 6, 2001
>   	Release Manager:	Glen Daniels
>   
>       The build must pass all unit tests and all existing test suites.
>   
>       Documentation must be sufficient to allow users 
> comfortable with Java but
>       with no prior exposure to Axis or SOAP to get started 
> fairly easily.
>   
>       Javadocs for the public classes must be improved.
>   
>   
>   Issues That Won't Be Resolved In Axis 0.5
>   =========================================
>   
>   (many of these will need to be complete by the next release, 0.8)
>   
>   - SOAP w/Attachments
>   - Complete set of data types
>   - WSDL support
>   - SMTP transport
>   - Code cleanup
>   
>   Release criteria
>   ================
>   
>   1. There should be no open bugs with the features which are 
> supplied.
>   
>   2. We must meet the 0.5 requirements set out in our 
> requirements doc.
>      (NOTE: Some of the 0.5 requirements on the doc, such as data type
>      support equivalent to SOAP 2.2, probably want to be 
> pushed back to
>      0.8 in the interest of getting a release out.  Some of the above
>      assumes we will do this)
>   
>   3. ???
>   
>   Configurations
>    Axis must be tested standalone and in several J2EE 
> containers to ensure
>    compatability.  At minimum, Tomcat, JRun, and WebSphere 
> must all work.
>   
>   Maintenance Plan
>   =================
>   
>   The release team must consist of at least 3 people.
>   
>   The release team will coordinate the maintenance and 
> support of Axis, 
>   dispatching bugs and user requests to developers and acting as the 
>   last resort in resolving major support issues.
>   
>   "Support" caveat : as 0.5 is a "kick the tires" release and not a
>   production-ready one, we explicitly offer NO claims or guarantees
>   to provide any particular level of support for the package.  That
>   said, we will make an effort to incorporate user feedback into
>   the development cycle for the next release (after all, that's the
>   whole point!).
>   
>   Release Team
>   ============
>   
>   The release team will be composed of the committers that 
> give the binding
>   +1 on the release plan and release proposal. It must have at least 3
>   members, and follow the rules that will be established. 
>   
>   The release team will coordinate the execution of the 
> release plan, dispatch
>   bugs to volunteers, review commits, and act as a lead in the release
>   process.
>   
>   One of the team members will act as "Release Manager" and will be 
>   responsible for building the milestones, making the 
> announcements about
>   the release progress and all other roles that will be set 
> by PMC and 
>   committers.
>   
>   
>   
>   
>   
> 

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