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From Daryl Olander <>
Subject Re: planning for future beehive releases and wsm
Date Tue, 07 Jun 2005 16:55:32 GMT
I'll give the base plan a +1...

I think we should continue to produce a WSM/Service control
distribution, that will roll into a real release of Beehive once the
TCK is final...

On 6/7/05, Steven Tocco <> wrote:
> I think this is a sound plan.  It allows us to keep momentum and gets
> good bits to people early and often.
> +1
> Steve
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Eddie ONeil []
> Sent: Monday, June 06, 2005 5:30 PM
> To: Beehive Developers
> Subject: planning for future beehive releases and wsm
> All--
>   Now that we've got a solid milestone out for Controls + NetUI + WSM,
> I'd like to suggest that we start thinking about what goes into our
> near-term releases.
>   To me, the most pressing near-term priority is getting a more
> "official" release of NetUI and Controls available to interested users
> -- call this a 1.0 if you will.  :)
>   Currently, we're prevented from doing a Beehive release that
> includes WSM and calling it something more official than "milestone"
> because of the issues around releasing a JSR implementation (181)
> before that JSR is final.
>   My personal feeling is that Controls and NetUI are 1.0 quality
> (modulo a few bugs that have come up which we could fix pretty
> quickly) and that I'd rather not hold up their release because WSM is
> waiting for a JSR to complete.
>   Thus, what would folks think of doing releases with Controls + NetUI
> and keeping WSM and the web service control out of these releases
> until JSR 181 is final and WSM has passed the TCK?
>   This has two benefits:
> 1) Controls + NetUI can be released as a 1.0 (or something similar,
> depending on what we're allowed to do while still in the Incubator)
> 2) WSM and the web service control can continue to undergo active
> development before starting the effort to pass the TCK
> Note, this *does not* remove WSM from Beehive -- just keeps it from
> any official-ish 1.0 release until it's passed the TCK.  Once that has
> happened, we can fold it back into the regular Beehive release cycle.
> And, in the interim, it can still be available via nightlies or some
> similar manner.
> Thoughts about this?
> If there's enough interest after we've discussed this for a while, we
> can spin-up a vote to do a 1.0 with just Controls + NetUI.
> Eddie

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