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From Richard Hirsch <hirsch.d...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Release 1.0-RC2 in Jira
Date Mon, 01 Mar 2010 08:41:14 GMT
On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 9:36 AM, Anne Kathrine Petter√łe
<yojibee@gmail.com> wrote:
> Ginaugo,
>
> Just to make sure I understand this correctly.
> When we create RCs from the tagged point release (like in this case RC1 from the 1.0
tagged release), we need to go through the voting process each time?

The RC1 is the tagged release. We don't have a 1.0 tagged release.

>
> - anne
>
>
> On 1. mars 2010, at 09.32, Gianugo Rabellino wrote:
>
>> On Thu, Feb 25, 2010 at 3:19 PM, Ethan Jewett <esjewett@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> I would not put the letters "RC" into an actual Apache release. In my
>>> mind, there is only one release. Release Candidates (RCs) are test
>>> releases that are floated to the group to enable thorough testing and
>>> review, but they are *not* Apache releases. (I welcome being corrected
>>> by mentors and people who know better than me here. :-)
>>
>> Don't get carried away by the apparent clash in a "release" being
>> actually a "candidate": one thing is what constitutes an Apache
>> release (that is the community taking responsibility and producing a
>> public artifact - sort of going on the record, if you like), quite
>> another is the intended scope and audience. Alphas, betas, RCs and
>> whatnot are still releases as they need to follow the Apache release
>> process: as a mentor, I'm expecting this community to understand how
>> the release process always has to dot every i and cross every t when
>> it comes the legal and process bits, while the technical part is left
>> to you guys - my suggestion to use a RC naming scheme basically means
>> that the technical/QA bar might be lower than when it comes to telling
>> your user base you reached the status of golden master.
>>
>> Ciao,
>>
>> --
>> Gianugo Rabellino
>> M: +44 779 5364 932 / +39 389 44 26 846
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