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From Phil Steitz <>
Subject Re: [math] 2.1 Release plan
Date Sat, 13 Mar 2010 20:39:49 GMT
Phil Steitz wrote:
> Phil Steitz wrote:
>> wrote:
>>> ----- "Phil Steitz (JIRA)" <> a écrit :
>>>> [
>>>> ]
>>>> Phil Steitz resolved MATH-282.
>>>> ------------------------------
>>>>     Resolution: Fixed
>>> Great !
>>> With this fix, there are no pending issues for 2.1. Gilles is working on two
unscheduled issues.
>>> I suggest once he has committed the fixes, we can go ahead to release 2.1.
>>> Any thoughts about this ?
>> First, let me volunteer to RM.  I will take the opportunity to
>> update the releasing docs as I go, so it will be easier for others
>> to do this in the future.
>> Second, we should decide on the "unscheduled" issues - all should be
>> assigned a fix version or closed as WONTFIX, INVALID, INCOMPLETE,
>> etc.  Any that are incomplete, we can add a comment requesting that
>> they be reopened if and when more info becomes available.
>> Third, I would like to squeeze in 330, 331, 332.  The patch in 332
>> almost resolves all three of these.  All that is needed are test
>> cases and I have started working on these.  If I run into problems,
>> I will mark these issues as 2.2.  I will fish or cut bait on this
>> today.
> I am still working on this. I ran into a few problems with the
> density implementations, but should be able to fix and complete
> tests in the next couple of days.  Would appreciate others weighing
> in on uncategorized issues.  OLS regression (350 - good catch!) also
> obviously needs to be fixed.  Thanks to all for testing.
> Phil
>> Finally, we should review the Clirr report and verify that @since
>> tags have been added for anything new since 2.0.  I know I just
>> missed a couple of them.

I am almost done now with MATH-330-332 (add densities for all
continuous distributions).  I took a stab at categorizing the
uncategorized issues.  I put some of them at 2.1, meaning we need to
resolve them prior to release.  Patches / opinions that it is OK to
push some of them out welcome.


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