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From robert burrell donkin <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Promote Transaction to Commons Proper
Date Thu, 18 Nov 2004 22:37:27 GMT
it's usually best to make sure that other folks aren't going to be 
committing to the wrong project. it's also inconvenient moving 
uncommitted code so folks may want to finish up first. so, the way 
these things have been done in the past is for a volunteer to post a 
proposal with a time and if no one veto's by the time it arrives, go 

same with the release. it's usually best to push out a release 
candidate first follow later by the release. the initial stage would be 
for someone to propose someone to act as release manager.

- robert

On 18 Nov 2004, at 21:43, Oliver Zeigermann wrote:

> OK, I am asking too much, I will just try and see if just moving the
> projection works. Is there anything else that should be done then?
> Docs are ok, JUnit tests as well, stuff is feature complete and
> stable. Why not call for a relase vote?
> Please tell me if I got it all wrong again ;)
> Oliver
> On Thu, 18 Nov 2004 22:36:22 +0100, Oliver Zeigermann
> <> wrote:
>> On Thu, 18 Nov 2004 20:01:53 +0000, robert burrell donkin
>> <> wrote:
>>> On 18 Nov 2004, at 16:09, Oliver Zeigermann wrote:
>>> after the result's been announced (and providing no objections are
>>> lodged by the pmc) i would suggest that the next step you can take is
>>> to start drawing up a migration plan (who'll do what when) and start
>>> thinking about planning for a release (the wiki's a good medium for
>>> release planning).
>> May idea was that I just copy the project from sandbox to proper
>> without changes and then start a vote for a 1.0 release. Am I just an
>> idiot?
>> Oliver
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