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From "Dan Diephouse" <>
Subject Re: Targetting 2.0.1....
Date Fri, 13 Jul 2007 15:07:38 GMT
Hi Dan,

Agreed that wee need to get a bug fix release out ASAP. There are several
bugs that xfire users are experiencing and things I missed in the transition
to CXF. I will have a lot of time to dedicate to this next week. I'll make
sure to comb through JIRA and make sure that all this stuff is logged as
well. (I need to follow up with some of the user@ emails today as part of
this too)

I don't think two weeks is too agressive, its kind of a necessity IMO .  :-)

Is there anything in trunk/ that can't go into 2.0.1?

- Dan

On 7/13/07, Daniel Kulp <> wrote:
> We're beginning to get a lot of questions and issues on the user list
> thanks to the 2.0 release.   That's great.    However, several problems
> have popped up that need fixing and, IMO, we should try and get a bug
> fix release out as soon as possible to address as many issues as we can.
> I was thinking of trying to do the 2.0.1 build on July 30th, just over
> two weeks away.   Does that seem reasonable?   What stuff needs to get
> into that release?   I'm in meetings today, but I'll try and sort
> through JIRA on Monday.   However, there are 24 things already assigned
> to 2.0.1.  Could everyone take a few minutes and read through them and
> resolve/close anything that's been done?
> The major stuff I'd like to see fixed are some of the XFire migration
> issues that have popped up.   I'm not familiar enough with XFire to
> understand all those issues.   Dan D.: do you have a handle on these?
> If you can file JIRA's with descriptions others could jump in and help
> out.
> We also have a couple people at Redmond doing some sort of interop thing.
> I haven't talked to them yet to see what issues (if any) have come up.
> Hopefully early next week we can get JIRA's filed for those and get
> those triaged.
> Documentation: this is always improving.   If Dan doesn't beet me to it,
> I'll try and get a better javadoc bundle created for the uber jar.   We
> probably should create an FAQ on the wiki as well to hold some of the
> common questions (like "when are you graduating" an "I get OutOfMemory
> errors" and such).
> Anyway, does all that sound OK?
> --
> J. Daniel Kulp
> Principal Engineer
> P: 781-902-8727    C: 508-380-7194

Dan Diephouse
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