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From Chesnay Schepler <ches...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Release Process
Date Fri, 04 Nov 2016 21:21:09 GMT

Every contribution to the master branch will be released as part of the 
next minor version, in your case this would be 1.2.
We are currently aiming for a release in December.

In between minor versions several bug-fix versions are released (1.1.1, 
1.1.2 etc.). For these the community picks
commits to include, which is decided on the mailing list in the 
discussion thread for the respective release.

Note that (afaik) no contributor scans through all recently resolved 
JIRA's when these discussions starts, but generally
only adds the ones he is aware of at the moment or was directly involved 
in. As such it can happen that fixes fall
through the cracks and are never included in a bug-fix release, which is 
what happened here.


On 03.11.2016 22:50, Dominik Bruhn wrote:
> Hey everyone,
> about three month ago, I made a PR [1] to the flink github project 
> containing a small change for the RabbitMQ source. This PR was merged 
> and the code is in the master.
> But: This code never made it into a release. In JIRA [2], it is meant 
> to be released with 1.2. How is the policy here? When can I expect to 
> see this in the a official release? How are the rules here?
> Thanks for a clarification,
> Dominik
> [1]: https://github.com/apache/flink/pull/2373
> [2]: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FLINK-4394

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