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Subject [Db-derby Wiki] Update of "RegressionSearchAndDestroy" by StanleyBradbury
Date Sat, 16 Sep 2006 00:35:46 GMT
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The following page has been changed by StanleyBradbury:
http://wiki.apache.org/db-derby/RegressionSearchAndDestroy

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+      '''Deadline for submissions has been extended'''
+ ''To encourage as much testing as possible the contest has been extended until the end of
the yet-to-be-announced vote for the candidate release made available the week of Sep. 17,
2006''
+ 
  The Derby 10.2 Regression Search and Destroy Contest is a contest to help ensure a smooth
transition for users who are migrating to 10.2 and help achieve Derby's ForwardCompatiblity
goal: to to allow any application written against the public interfaces of an older version
of Derby to run, without any changes, against a newer version of Derby.
  
  Contest entries can be anything to help ease transition of existing applications to 10.2.
 Winners will be:
@@ -17, +20 @@

  
  2. Bugs filed against or fixed for new functionality does not count for the contest but
are of course welcome.
  
- 3.  Three winners are chosen by impartial judge(s) based on entries completed by September
15,2006. Stan Bradbury, Rajesh Kartha  and John Embretsen are our judges and can meet on #derby
IRC after September 15 to discuss who the winners are.
+ 3.  Three winners are chosen by impartial judge(s) based on entries completed by ''the end
of the vote for the Release Candidate posted durring the week of Sep 17, 2006''. Stan Bradbury,
Rajesh Kartha  and John Embretsen are our judges and can meet on #derby IRC after September
15 to discuss who the winners are.
  
  4. The winners get organic chocolate  and  of course glory, kudos  and huge amounts of merit.
 (Contribution of other prizes is welcome, but wouldn't want to make the stakes so high the
lawyers need get involved).
  

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