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From Owen Nichols <>
Subject [DISCUSS] how to record 1.9.2 release on master
Date Wed, 13 Nov 2019 00:20:07 GMT
It’s been a few weeks since 1.9.2 release was announced, and there is still no record of
it on master.  What should we do?

A) never record 1.9.2 on master; instead keep the most recent release/1.9.x branch around
indefinitely (normally we delete release branches after pushing them to master).
B) push 1.9.2 to head of master (on top of 1.10.0).  This gives master all of the correct
tags, even if they are in release-date order rather than semantic-version order.
C) rewrite history (use force-push to insert 1.9.2 onto master in between 1.9.1 and 1.10.0)
D) other?

If it is generally desirable that checking out the head of master should always give the latest
release (by semantic-version order), we could still consider option B, but wait to do it until
just before we ship 1.11.0...


> On Oct 28, 2019, at 6:51 AM, Jens Deppe <> wrote:
> The Apache Geode community is pleased to announce the availability of
> Apache Geode 1.9.2.
> Apache Geode is a data management platform that provides a database-like
> consistency model, reliable transaction processing and a shared-nothing
> architecture to maintain very low latency performance with high concurrency
> processing.
> Geode 1.9.2 contains a number of improvements and bug fixes.
>   - Added the ability to specify that when an asynchronous event queue
>   (AEQ) first starts, event processing should be paused. A `resume` command
>   is provided to start event processing at the desired time. Three gfsh
>   commands were added or modified to support this capability: "create
>   async-event-queue --pause-event-processing", "alter async-event-queue
>   --pause-event-processing", and "resume async-event-queue-dispatcher". See
>   the gfsh command reference in the Geode User Guide for details.
>   - Publish war artifacts for geode-web , geode-web-api and
>   geode-web-management to Maven Central.
>   - Fix compatibility with launching geode-web (admin REST API) when
>   Spring 5.x jars are on the classpath.
> For the full list of changes please review the release notes:
> The release artifacts can be downloaded from the project website:
> The release documentation is available at:
> We would like to thank all the contributors that made the release possible.
> Regards,
> Jens Deppe on behalf of the Apache Geode team

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