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From Stack <st...@duboce.net>
Subject Re: Working towards a dev release
Date Fri, 04 Jun 2010 05:12:01 GMT
Dates look good to me.

There are too many open issues currently filed against
http://su.pr/698kib  If fellas have a moment, take a look.  See what
can be purged (Are there any we should pull in that are not currently
in the list?)  Adopt those you think you'll be able to work on.  Looks
like a few have wrong priority; e.g. master rewrite is major true, but
probably should be a blocker.

Good stuff,

On Thu, Jun 3, 2010 at 10:01 PM, Todd Lipcon <todd@cloudera.com> wrote:
> Hey everyone,
> I'd like to start planning towards a development release this month. Here's
> my thinking on timeline, working backwards:
> *Tues, 6/29 - Hadoop Summit, official first release of dev series*
> It would be great to have a release at this point that we think is
> moderately usable (ie not significantly less stable than 0.20.n has been).
> Perhaps some of the new features (eg replication, coprocessors, etc) would
> still be in progress but I think it would be great to be able to talk up a
> working installable-today release at the summit.
> Thinking backwards, from here:
> *Tues, 6/22 - Major patches committed, first "usable" builds w/ new features
> *
> If all the real development features were committed by 6/22, that would give
> us a week to bang on it suss out the bugs. Those of you working on larger
> things (eg master fixup), do you think you'll be ready for it to be
> committed at this point?
> *Tues, 6/15 - Major patches in review*
> *
> *
> Given the scope of some of the changes in the works (particularly thinking
> about master work being done at FB right now) I think it would be excellent
> if the rest of us could start looking at patches by 6/15. Fine if there are
> still known bugs, but this will give us some days to look at the patch and
> work in parallel on fixing them.
> Do these target dates seem reasonable to everyone?
> -Todd
> --
> Todd Lipcon
> Software Engineer, Cloudera

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