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From Donald Woods <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] G 2.0.2 Release plan
Date Thu, 20 Sep 2007 12:37:35 GMT
OK, thanks for the clarification.  Guess it can wait for a future release when 
there are more updates included.


Rick McGuire wrote:
> Donald Woods wrote:
>> Agree.
>> There are some recent fixes in txmanager and javamail which we should 
>> also try to include.  The Genesis project should also be updated, as 
>> it sets maven-compiler-plugin to 1.4 for the JDK src and targets.
> Are you referring to the javamail changes I checked in over the last 
> couple of days?  I'm not sure sure those are worthy of spinning a new 
> release of the specs just to pick up those fixes.  The one change was 
> just additional javadoc, the other change was something that won't have 
> an impact on anything until the IMAP support is complete.
> Rick
>> I've got one or two patches that I'd like to get in, which I'm not 
>> going to get to until early next week....
>> If you need help releasing any of the dependent Geronimo artifacts 
>> (like txmanager or specs) let me know and I'd be glad to help out on 
>> those, so I can start learning the release ropes.... :-)
>> -Donald
>> Kevan Miller wrote:
>>> All,
>>> I think it's time to start rolling out a 2.0.2 release. There have 
>>> been a number of fixes in response to user issues, since 2.0.1. Time, 
>>> I think, to make these available in a release. We'd also be able to 
>>> make use of released versions of OpenJPA, Axis2, and hopefully 
>>> OpenEjb, whittling away at our local builds...
>>> I think we have one must-fix problem that is outstanding -- the MEJB 
>>> security issue. Assuming we resolve this problem, are there any other 
>>> issues which must be resolved prior to a 2.0.2 release?
>>> Assuming we're in general agreement, I'd set a goal of creating a 
>>> release candidate by next Friday (Sept 21). I'm volunteering to be 
>>> the release manager.
>>> Thoughts?
>>> --kevan

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