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From "Alan D. Cabrera" <l...@toolazydogs.com>
Subject Re: Defining the 1.1.1 release content
Date Wed, 28 Jun 2006 14:37:10 GMT
Matt Hogstrom wrote:
> Now that 1.1 is finally out the door I'd like to start getting 1.1.1 
> defined.  One of the areas I think we can learn from in our previous 
> releases is that we didn't have a good set of release criteria.
>
> For this release I propose that we keep JIRA's that are focused on bug 
> fixes in terms of poor usability (NPE,s poor messages, etc.) errors 
> (can't adjust server parameters, etc.) or just your plain old bugs.  
> It would be nice to turn the release around in about 2-3 weeks so keep 
> that in mind  when looking at the existing JIRAs.
>
> Right now there are approximately 64 JIRAs in 1.1.1.  Would everyone 
> to take a few minutes to review the JIRA's that are currently targeted 
> for 1.1.1.  I'm not sure how to best track the issues as many of them 
> have people assigned to work on them.  If you are interested in fixing 
> this JIRA please leave it assigned to yourself.  If not then it would 
> let people that are interested in addressing issues in 1.1.1 that its 
> available to be taken.
>
> We'll then take a pass at the list in a few days after people have had 
> a change to review them and make an assessement of what's realistic 
> and vote to define the release.
>
> If there are JIRA's that you think are too big (not really a bug fix) 
> then please feel free to move it to an appropriate target release.
>
> Jason, you seem to be the JIRA master so if you have any pearls of 
> wisdom :)
>
> Cheers,
>
> Let bug fest 1.1.1 begin.
>
> Matt
If we're shooting for a 2-3 turnaround for these bugs, I suggest that 
people pick the bugs that they are willing to commit to getting done in 
two weeks.  Any unclaimed bugs/issues can be safely culled from the 
1.1.1 road map.


Regards,
Alan



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