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From Emmanuel Venisse <emman...@venisse.net>
Subject Re: Release schedule
Date Thu, 15 Jun 2006 13:17:14 GMT


Christian Gruber a écrit :
> Hey all,
> 
>     First - Continuum is awesome.  It has some feature-gaps in 1.0.x that
> make it not quite what I need, but what it does so far is still worth the
> effort of the workarounds, especially since they're fairly temporary.  1.1
> features look to me like they will make Continuum exactly the ticket for my
> CI needs.  I'm really proud of you guys - especially for making such a
> comfortable interface with which to configure it.  In the open-source world,
> it's kind of rare that such attention to ease-of-use gets given.

Thank you

> 
>     Anyway, enough flattery.  I mentioned temporary workarounds, and I am
> trying to figure out how temporary.  Obviously you folks can't make
> commitments on release schedules, but do you have any estimates as to
> potential release horizons?  The thing is I'm planning several roll-outs of
> environments, and Continuum 1.0.x is not quite enough, but if the timelines
> are short enough, I will possibly do so anyway, in order not to get people
> hooked on a less easy-to-maintain-and-configure alternative.  I'm basically
> on pins and needles, so as much info as you can provide, the better.

It's planned for September.

> 
>     Also, if there is any developer build documentation for special build
> considerations when checking out of SVN, pointers to such docs would be
> great.  There are bugs I think I might be able to fix, but I've had little
> initial luck checking out either trunk or 1.0.x and building.  Now I haven't
> had much time to put effort into it, but if there are obvious gotchas that
> can be avoided with a smidge of readme, it would be awesome.

You can look at http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/maven/continuum/trunk/README.txt
We don't have more documentation for the build and it's perhaps out of date.

If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask.

Emmanuel

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