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From Daniel John Debrunner <...@debrunners.com>
Subject Re: 10.0.2.1. release notes/readme?
Date Tue, 07 Dec 2004 15:05:23 GMT
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myrnap wrote:

> Hi,
> Should we have a release notes / readme? What should it be called?
>
> If so, what should go in?
> I can think of the following
> 1. A reference to the getstart page
> 2. A list of bugs we think deserves explicit mention
>
> Then, where would it go? I suggest at the same level as where the jars
> can be downloaded...


I think a Releases page at the same level as the Downloads page would be
a good addition to the site. A list of releases with the release note
info and which bugs were fixed in each release.


> I would propose the following file...
>

I think the idea is good, but the bug list needs some work.
Only bugs should be in the list, not requests for new features.
(e.g. Derby-31 is a new feature in Jira, not a bug).

Also it may be useful to split the list of bugs into three sections,
code bugs, documentation bugs and testing bugs. Or even remove the
testing bugs since the tests are not part of the release (eg. Derby-88).

Dan.
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