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From Oleg Kalnichevski <ol...@apache.org>
Subject Re: 2.0 release - looking to the future
Date Sun, 29 Jun 2003 22:28:42 GMT
Sounds like a plan.

BTW, I think we should release current CVS snapshot as BETA-2. If my
memory does not fail me, we have not had a single new 'confirmed' bug
for over two weeks or even more. I suggest we call it a release.

I am off to bed. Talk to you tomorrow


On Mon, 2003-06-30 at 00:14, Michael Becke wrote:
> On Sunday, June 29, 2003, at 05:45 PM, Oleg Kalnichevski wrote:
> > Mike,
> > It does sound like a good idea to me, but could not it wait until 3.0,
> > as it does seem to be exactly what Eric has been proposing as a
> > "framework of interfaces"?
> It might fall within the "framework of interfaces" idea.  My impression 
> was that this dealt more with HttpMethods/responses though.  The idea 
> here would be to move some of the current connection code to something 
> more pluggable.
> > Are there any pressing reasons for having it
> > done within 2.1 release? Would it be a bit too much of a change?
> Nothing terribly pressing.  I certainly do not think this is as urgent 
> as some of our other problems. The only case I can see for 2.1 would be 
> for the HttpConnectionFactory and in particular the pluggable isStale() 
> functionality.  This came up a few months ago in regard to JSSE in pre 
> 1.4 JVMs.  The problem being that they are always stale using our 
> current method of buffered reading from an open connection.
> In general we may want to rework the whole HttpConnection design for 
> 3.0 which may point to waiting.  Let's leave this a little vague for 
> now.  We can make a final decision when we vote on what to include in 
> 2.1.
> Mike
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