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From "Alex Karasulu" <akaras...@apache.org>
Subject Re: [1.5.1] DIRSERVER-832 and how to fix it ...
Date Wed, 15 Aug 2007 21:31:40 GMT
On 8/15/07, Emmanuel Lecharny <elecharny@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi Alex,
>
> On 8/15/07, Alex Karasulu <akarasulu@apache.org> wrote:
> > Just thinking about this issue. Yeah it's a big one but I can knock this
> > out in less than a day.
>
> In my mind, this is a gross under evaluation :). We have to review all
> the code to be sure that we didn't missed any of these comparisons
> (the issue is also a little bit misleading as it make people think
> it's just a problem with RDN).
>
> I would says it will take at least one full week, may be two.


Perhaps but soon as I get cookin I can knock stuff out but might
take longer than I expect agreed.

> I think what is more important is to get the big
> > picture of how many issues we have for 1.5.1 and which are going to
> > take a big effort.
>
> Yes. This is what I'm working on atm.


Cool I'm just trying to get back in the groove with a new machine.

>
> > If there are many hairy big work issues like this one then we can
> postpone
> > this and just get 1.5.1 out the door.  If there are not and we only have
> a
> > few
> > of these to deal with then I can make sure I knock this out in a day.
>
> Your days contains how many hours ?


:)

Ok, just kidding. The idea is to
> get 1.5.1 out, as we have fixed 63 issues since 1.5.0, so whatever the
> number of issues we still have for 1.5.1, I would favor a release by
> the end of this week, so that we can test all the packagers and run a
> certification test on it. Then we will be able to switch to 1.5.2 for
> the next 2 months.
>
> We don't need to have all the bug fixed, we just need to have our
> users pleased with a better version every two months. We don't respect
> the 'release early, release often' principle, and this is not good.
>
> Let's evaluate the remaining bugs and fix as much as we can for
> august, 20, and then release.
>
> WDYT ?


As long as you drive the bug parade then I'm on board.

Alex

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