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From Nick Pavlica <lini...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Moving swiftly towards 2.0
Date Wed, 08 Oct 2014 22:02:25 GMT
I would be happy help review the docs as well.  Please let us know the
particulars when you have a moment.

-Thanks!
-- Nick Pavlica


On Wed, Oct 8, 2014 at 2:06 PM, Joan Touzet <joant@lrtw.org> wrote:

> Hey everyone.
>
> master has been stable for a number of weeks now. We should start moving
> towards releasing CouchDB 2.0.
>
> What does that mean? I think the items remaining, before we can consider
> a release candidate are limited to:
>
> * Simplify cluster setup. (Owner: Jan L.)
> * Remove futon, add fauxton as default dashboard (Owner: Jan L.)
> * Go/no-go on view sequence index (Owner: Ben B., see other thread)
> * Fix remaining disabled eunit test cases (Owner: Alex S.)
> * Documentation review (Needs an owner!)
>
> Separately, we need to:
>
> * Create a 1.x.x branch (Owner: Jan L.)
> * Start a 1.7 candidate with deprecations in docs only (Owner: Alex S.)
>
> Have I missed anything?
>
> Any volunteers to look at the docs? The work would entail installing
> master, testing everything out, and starting to make edits to reconcile
> the two. API work would be the most straightforward.
>
> Installation and initial setup will be the tricky part. We're already
> getting questions on IRC like "So is 15984 the new CouchDB port?" that
> are just representative of the dev/run script, not how CouchDB should be
> deployed.
>
> -Joan
>

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