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From Henry Saputra <henry.sapu...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] Make a release to be announced at ApacheCon
Date Mon, 02 Mar 2015 22:39:41 GMT
HI Stephan,

What is "Batch mode" feature in the list?

- Henry

On Mon, Mar 2, 2015 at 5:03 AM, Stephan Ewen <sewen@apache.org> wrote:
> Hi all!
>
> ApacheCon is coming up and it is the 15th anniversary of the Apache
> Software Foundation.
>
> In the course of the conference, Apache would like to make a series of
> announcements. If we manage to make a release during (or shortly before)
> ApacheCon, they will announce it through their channels.
>
> I am very much in favor of doing this, under the strong condition that we
> are very confident that the master has grown to be stable enough (there are
> major changes in the distributed runtime since version 0.8 that we are
> still stabilizing). No use in a widely announced build that does not have
> the quality.
>
> Flink has now many new features that warrant a release soon (once we fixed
> the last quirks in the new distributed runtime).
>
> Notable new features are:
>  - Gelly
>  - Streaming windows
>  - Flink on Tez
>  - Expression API
>  - Distributed Runtime on Akka
>  - Batch mode
>  - Maybe even a first ML library version
>  - Some streaming fault tolerance
>
> Robert proposed to have a feature freeze mid Match for that. His
> cornerpoints were:
>
> Feature freeze (forking off "release-0.9"): March 17
> RC1 vote: March 24
>
> The RC1 vote is 20 days before the ApacheCon (13. April).
> For the last three releases, the average voting time was 20 days:
> R 0.8.0 --> 14 days
> R 0.7.0 --> 22 days
> R 0.6   --> 26 days
>
> Please share your opinion on this!
>
>
> Greetings,
> Stephan

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