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From David Jencks <>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] 2.1 Release
Date Sat, 10 Nov 2007 01:42:35 GMT
I started a page on new plugin stuff over here... http://
(next time maybe I'll look at where you want it :-( )

I can't figure out how to get ${foo} to display without confluence  
thinking its a macro so any help there would be great.

Please feel free to move this to wherever it will fit best and  
comment on all the stuff I left out :-)

david jencks

On Nov 8, 2007, at 1:17 PM, Hernan Cunico wrote:

> Hey y'all,
> I started to map some of the new features/functions to the 2.1  
> documentation.
> I just created a new wiki space
> and created some initial entries. Pls chime in with your ideas for  
> topics to cover but don't stop just there,
> feel free to start working out some content too if you feel  
> compelled to do so ;-)
> Help with the documentation is GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!
> I will be starting a separate thread on user@ for user feedback as  
> well.
> Cheers!
> Hernan
> Hernan Cunico wrote:
>> Agreed, we seem to have enough new stuff to call for a release.
>> Here is a list trying to consolidate these new functions/improvements
>> - GShell
>> - Console enhancements (dep plan generation, grouping/collapsing?)
>> - Monitoring
>> - Plugin infrastructure
>> - Pluggable console
>> - Security
>> - Configuration (config.xml, config-subst, etc)
>> - Deployment plans
>> - Tooling
>> - ...?
>> We will also need a whole new set of documentation to cover these  
>> in GMOxDOC21.
>> Anybody in desperate need for contributing docs for these  
>> features? ;-) it will be very much appreciated.
>> Cheers!
>> Hernan
>> Kevan Miller wrote:
>>> I think it's time to start discussing the particulars of a 2.1  
>>> release.
>>> There's been a lot of advancements made in our plugin  
>>> infrastructure. There's also been the pluggable console  
>>> enhancements. It would be good to get a release out, with these  
>>> capabilities. They provide a more solid platform for future  
>>> enhancements, I think.
>>> There's also GShell and new monitoring capabilities. I'm probably  
>>> missing a few other new functions.
>>> Finally, IIUC, 2.1 would be able to support a Terracotta plugin.  
>>> I'd also be very interested to hear what WADI capabilities that  
>>> could be exposed.
>>> I'm willing to bang the release manager drum. I see that Joe has  
>>> already started tugging on the TCK chain
>>> What do others think? How close are we to a 2.1 release? What  
>>> additional capabilities and bug fixes are needed? Can we wrap up  
>>> development activities in the next week or two?
>>> --kevan

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