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From Chris Anderson <>
Subject Re: Getting to 1.0, Time for 0.11.0 + Feature Freeze
Date Sun, 07 Feb 2010 01:35:28 GMT
On Sat, Feb 6, 2010 at 2:51 AM, Filipe David Manana <> wrote:
> Hi,
> Since we have now the attachment compression feature in trunk, I would like
> to see the replication taking advantage of it. I submitted a patch for the
> pull replication yesterday:
> I think nobody had yet the time to review it and test it.

I took a look at the patch (looks great) but I think it it's ok to
have it in just in trunk. I'll probably +1 merging it to the 1.0
release branch after the 0.11 release. But I don't think it's worth
holding up the 0.11 release over.

> I'm also working on another one for the push replication, which is not so
> straightforward as the pull replication, and depends on some code submitted
> for the pull replication patch.

The replicator will be welcome to minor patches like this in the run
up to 1.0, as it does not effect core features / stability in the same
way the storage APIs do.

> Of course this is not a must (in my opinion at least) but just a plus, as it
> saves CPU time and network bandwidth.
> cheers
> On Sat, Feb 6, 2010 at 2:35 AM, Damien Katz <> wrote:
>> Hello CouchDB contributors! It's time to do a 0.11.0 release, which should
>> be the last release before 1.0.
>> I know lots of people have particular features they want before we hit 1.0.
>> but that will always be true. I can list 3 things I wish we had, but I'm
>> willing to live without them for now so we can push ahead.
>> I propose we create the 0.11.0 branch, and that will eventually become 1.0.
>> New features will continue to go into trunk. Also new features can still go
>> into the 0.11/1.0 branch, but they will need consensus from the community
>> from this point on.
>> If the community generally agrees, I'd like the branch created monday. If
>> you have objections, please air them now.
>> -Damien
> --
> Filipe David Manana,
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> Unreasonable men adapt the world to themselves.
> That's why all progress depends on unreasonable men."

Chris Anderson

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