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From Chiradeep Vittal <>
Subject Re: [WIKI] Releases section of the wiki was re-worked a bit...
Date Tue, 12 Mar 2013 01:22:10 GMT

On 3/11/13 5:50 PM, "Chip Childers" <> wrote:

>Hi all,
>I spent some time today to consolidate information from several
>different draft documents we had floating around, as well as from recent
>discussions and decisions we made on the list.
>I've edited the top level "Releases" page to include, what I hope, our
>consensus around release planning, scheduling, branch management,
>support and upgrades.
>The diagrams displayed are PNG files, but the source SVG's are attached
>as well.  I happen to use OmniGraffle to diagram things, and the SVG's
>are an export from that tool.  Warning that mileage may vary.
>I also spent some time to consolidate and move various release
>collaboration and planning docs we have used / are using for our various
>releases.  From the top level "Releases" page, there are now only three
>child pages:
>1) Release Procedure - this is the guide *as is* that we have been using
>as the playbook for the official artifact generation and voting process
>for our releases.  I'd like for us to build on this over time, making it
>a "how to" for the entire process (inclusive of planning, etc...).  We
>can get there over time though.
>2) Releases In Progress - this is the parent page for our release
>planning docs for active release "projects" only.  Once a release is
>done, it's pages should be moved to the next section...
>3) Archived Release Documents - this is the final home for planning
>pages, once a release gets out the door.
>I also added notes on the "Releases In Progress" and "Archived Release
>Documents" pages themselves, pointing people to our website for official
>release documents and downloads.
>Happy to take feedback, concerns, comments...  Also happy to have you
>edit things you may disagree with.

Nice visualization.
There is one further release confusion -- as to which feature made it into
4.1 and which  ones are going into 4.2.

I've been trying to move them from the 4.1 release based on my best guess,
but my memory is failing me.

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