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From Carsten Ziegeler <cziege...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Release roadmap
Date Sun, 29 Oct 2006 10:37:54 GMT
Ralph Goers wrote:
> +1. Does this avoid the problem of the Rhino license though (with 2.1)?
No :( But I think (though I'm not sure) that we have one year to change
something, so it should be fine to release 2.1.10 as is. But obviously
if we don't change 2.1.x, we won't be able to release something from
that branch next year.

Carsten
> 
> Carsten Ziegeler wrote:
>> Our last official release has happened a long time ago...
>> I think it's time to release something again :) Imho we should release
>> 2.2-M2 asap and 2.1.10 as well. I think 2.1.10-dev is currently working
>> pretty fine and there shouldn't be any outstanding issues. Or did I
>> oversee something?
>>
>> The release of 2.1.10 should be the last planned release for 2.1.x - we
>> should drop the block sharing between trunk and the branch of the blocks
>> right after the release and continue development of things only in trunk
>> from that point on.
>> Only bug fixes should go to 2.1.x from that point on. This will ensure
>> that we have to work on trunk to get a new feature release out and will
>> stop people from adding everything to 2.1.x (hopefully).
>> So my idea is to release 2.1.10 in the midth of November and do at the
>> same time (or even before) a release of 2.2-m2. We can then target the
>> final release of 2.2 for December.
>>
>> WE SHOULD REALLY GET 2.2 OUT *THIS YEAR*.
>>
>> If some parts of the new blocks stuff are not working at that time it is
>> not that important. We can easily fix this with a 2.2.1 release or
>> (2.3). Although I totally agree that documentation for 2.2 is really
>> really important, let's not see this as a blocker. Either people will
>> document stuff or not, but we will not enforce this by blocking the
>> release. I'll work on the docs for the new core stuff next week and add
>> the missing pieces.
>>
>> So, WDYAT?
>>
>> Carsten
>>   
> 


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Carsten Ziegeler - Open Source Group, S&N AG
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