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From Ted Yu <yuzhih...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: When will Hbase 0.92.0 be officially released?
Date Wed, 04 Jan 2012 17:31:38 GMT
Liping's questions are typical among HBase users. So allow me to widen the
audience of Stack's answers.

Patches for HBASE-5081 and HBASE-5120 are shaping up.

0.92 release shouldn't be far.

Cheers

On Wed, Jan 4, 2012 at 9:22 AM, stack <stack@apache.org> wrote:

> On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 11:28 PM, Liping Zhang <zlpdaisy@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi Yushihong, Stack and Andrew,
> >
> > I checked with Hbase SVN today, and saw that there was hbase 0.92.0.rc2
> > under tag dir and Hbase , I am running another round of Hbase unite tests
> > now.
> >
>
> Yes.  Thats where we are at currently.  I'll will put up a new RC
> today or more likely tomorrow.
>
> > Per our previous disscusion, we expected to Hbase 0.92.0 official release
> > will be arrived in time for Christmas, however it was not. It seems there
> > was only 2 weeks for upgrading from 0.92.0.rc1  to 0.92.0.rc2, the change
> > speed is so fast.
> >
>
> I expected it to be released start of December but its been taking longer.
>
> > And its dependency Zookeeper version was also changed from 3.3.3 to 3.4.1
> > and to 3.4.2. Thanks very much for your full effort on Hbase carrying
> > forward! Our project would like to use official 0.92.0 for final version,
> > since Hbase offical version is not come out and version upgrading is so
> > fast, we don't know how to catch up.
> >
>
> The rate of change has slowed significantly.  I do not foresee any big
> changes between here and release (I could be wrong -- but this is what
> I currently believe but you should caveat what I say remembering I
> thought 0.92 would be released by now)
>
> > Can we know when will the Hbase 0.92.0 offical release come out? Is
> there an
> > deadline date for the final offical Hbase 0.92.0 release?
> >
>
> Its hard to say.  HBase is open source.  It requires community to ok
> the release.  It takes a bit of politic'ing and testing to get
> community approving the release.  Sometimes this goes quick.  Other
> times it takes a bit of time.
>
> > Highly appreciate for your swift answers!:)
> >
>
> No problem.
>
> Yours,
> St.Ack
>

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