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From Simone Tripodi <simonetrip...@apache.org>
Subject Re: SNAPSHOT deployed
Date Mon, 16 Apr 2012 07:36:20 GMT
Good morning Chris,

> I will check out the initial review. Question: if we're putting the release
> up for initial review, isn't that the same thing in principle as rolling an RC?
> Sure there are things to fix, but heck, there are always things to fix. Why not
> roll 0.7.0 right now, and then release 0.7.1 shortly thereafter that addresses
> whatever isn't done yet (or 0.8.0 or whatever we want to call the next iteration).
> We can release fairly quickly (once every ~1 week to get both PPMC 72 hours
> and IPMC 72 hours), so releasing isn't that bad.

yes absolutely agreed, "release early and often" should be our mantra
:) Sounds a more than good plan!

> Who wants to be the release manager? Any takers? :) Simo? :)
>

I already stepped up - I'll write anyway an HOW-TO in the case, during
the time, someone wants to cut out new releases and not depend to a
single MR

> Or do we have some blockers that I'm missing...

there are a couple of open issues Michele is going to fix - just
misses final tests and then the commit, I think it should be
acceptable waiting for him :P

All the best and thanks for the inputs!
-Simo

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On Sat, Apr 14, 2012 at 5:44 PM, Mattmann, Chris A (388J)
<chris.a.mattmann@jpl.nasa.gov> wrote:
> Hi Simo,
>
> This works for me -- and thanks for pushing this forward.
>
> When the time comes to VOTE, let's put it into a [VOTE] thread. That way
> I won't be confused :)
>
> I will check out the initial review. Question: if we're putting the release
> up for initial review, isn't that the same thing in principle as rolling an RC?
> Sure there are things to fix, but heck, there are always things to fix. Why not
> roll 0.7.0 right now, and then release 0.7.1 shortly thereafter that addresses
> whatever isn't done yet (or 0.8.0 or whatever we want to call the next iteration).
> We can release fairly quickly (once every ~1 week to get both PPMC 72 hours
> and IPMC 72 hours), so releasing isn't that bad.
>
> Who wants to be the release manager? Any takers? :) Simo? :)
>
> Or do we have some blockers that I'm missing...
>
> Cheers,
> Chris
>
>
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