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From David.Cor...@equifax.com
Subject RE: OJB usability - part 1 of 5: versioning policy
Date Thu, 16 Oct 2003 17:23:35 GMT
I agree, but I'm biased,  as I "maintain" the p4eclipse plugin :)



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although CVS is the de facto standard for source code control, I would love for
us to use Perforce, which is free for open source projects. If we did that, we
could *easily* maintain multiple branches, plus the performance is much better
than CVS. Is there any chance for us to do this?


             -----Original Message-----
             From: oliver.matz@ppi.de [mailto:oliver.matz@ppi.de]
             Sent: Thu 10/16/2003 1:44 AM
             To: ojb-dev@db.apache.org
             Cc:
             Subject: RE: OJB usability - part 1 of 5: versioning policy



             Hello all,

             Chris, thank you very much for your constructive critisimn
             and valuable comments.

             I agree with Chris' concern about the versioning
             policy.  I do not care so much about the actual version
             number.  The essential point is to have a CVS branch or
             subproject for maintenance in order to reach a stable
             product.

             > -----Original Message-----
             > From: Armin Waibel [mailto:armin@code-au-lait.de]

             > > But, the release notes themselves, illustrate well that OJB
             > > is, in fact, not a
             > > release candidate at all. OJB is at best still in a BETA status.

             [..]

             > Currently Oliver Matz try to find User to split
             > a OJB 1.0 branch with bug fix support. See
             >
             > http://article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.jakarta.ojb.user/9288/

             So far, there are two replies to my appeal to contribute
             to a maintenance version.  One on the list and one directed
             to my email account.

             I still hope to find some more!

             Olli


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