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From David.Cor...@equifax.com
Subject RE: [VOTE] merge of kernel packages
Date Wed, 16 Apr 2003 17:44:54 GMT

The "bizarre significance" in 1.0, is the "implied promise" that you will
branch the code, and provide bug fixes in the 1.0 branch, without providing
new features.   In general, this will produce a 1.0.x that will become
truly stable, and nervous people get less nervous.


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Morning/Evening all,

Not that I have a vote, but +1 from me.

Do you think it is worth a message to the user list about what features are
'missing' from a users perspective for a release 1.0 ? I mean, from my
of view, version 1.0 isn't really anything special in and of itself, but
there are many people for which the number 1.0 has a bizarre significance.

I realise that such a question would result in alot of
unwanted/bizarre/peculiar requests, but I think it could help us quantify
and plan a bit better. It would also help us find out what concepts people
find tricky to grasp or use, and maybe help us to make OJB easier to use
those people.

I would suggest that we limit such a "wish list" to specifically the OJB
core, i.e. the product itself, as opposed to what I would consider
systems - forward-db/reverse-db/xdoclet-plugin/ etc.

I have no vested interest in this - I personally have everything I
need in OJB - but it was just a thought that crossed my mind and I thought
I'd share it.



>-----Original Message-----
>From: Thomas Mahler [mailto:thma32@web.de]
>Sent: 15 April 2003 07:11
>To: OJB Developers List
>Subject: Re: [VOTE] merge of kernel packages
>Hi Armin,
>I also thought in this direction, but I did not want to bring in new
>confusion before release. But I think it's better to do it now then
>later. So
>"core" is OK. another idea could be to just call it "impl" to
>state that
>  here all the work is done.
>Armin Waibel wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> before we bring out release 1.0 I should like to
>> suggest to merge and rename some kernel packages:
>> - singlevm
>> - ta
>> - server
>> ==> merge to package
>> - core
>> maybe anyone knows a better name.
>> What do you think?
>> regards,
>> Armin
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