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From matthias.r...@impart.ch
Subject RE: The never coming final release 1.0
Date Thu, 10 Jun 2004 07:25:39 GMT
Hi Antonio
you are talking out of my hard. It is time to have a final releas 1.0

one of the risk of iterative development is to come never out with
a final produkt or a final releas. It seams that we are running in this

The OJB Team make a very goog job. And I am very thankfull for this greate
We use OJB in very big and criticall systems now (z/OS, Linux on DB2, Oracle,
Webspher, Weblogic)
. OJB is very helpfull and stable the only problem are the versions RCxy.
is difficult to communicate this to the management or costumer.

It is time to have a final version 1.0 !!!!  :-)

>-- Original-Nachricht --
>Reply-To: "OJB Developers List" <ojb-dev@db.apache.org>
>Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 00:39:09 -0600 (CST)
>Subject: The never coming final release 1.0
>From: "Antonio Gallardo" <agallardo@agssa.net>
>To: ojb-dev@db.apache.org
>For more than a year, many of us were waiting for the OJB final 1.0. My
>perception is that it is a non reacheable target. There is just another
>stuff or change need to be done and each of them seems to be so important
>that need to be included in the "final 1.0".
>We have already 6 release candidates and seems none of them was good
>enough to be a final 1.0 release. I don't think so.
>I am writing no because someone is pushing my back telling me that I need
>to have a final 1.0 release in my hands. But because I see a problem:
>The never released final 1.0 is freezing further OJB development. I often
>see comments like: "This feature need to wait after 1.0 is release..."
>I think it is time to seriously consider making a 1.0 release and stop
>freezeing futher development. As I often hear: "Sometimes less is better".
>I hope nobody will take this post as a personal rant. I really appreciate
>the OJB community and the effort that the development team is doing.
>Please take this message in the best sense you can. And think about that.
>Best Regards,
>Antonio Gallardo.
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