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From Jeff Tapper <j...@spoon.as>
Subject Re: So, what should we do first?
Date Thu, 05 Jan 2012 00:54:06 GMT
Any idea how long till adobe commits the code?
On Jan 4, 2012 7:44 PM, "Alex Harui" <aharui@adobe.com> wrote:

> I’m loving the ideas and energy on this list so far.  And so, the subject
> question needs to be answered:  What should we (the committers in this
> project) do first?
>
> I recall from the summit that a healthy Apache project releases at least
> every 4 to 6 months, and one of the things an incubator podling has to do
> is cut at least one release so it can show it knows the Apache way of doing
> so.  So, while we’ve got lots of good ideas out there around refactoring
> Flex, lots of those seem like more than a 4 to 6 month project.  They
> should certainly get underway, but we also need to make sure we make enough
> useful, short-term fixes to be worthy of a release so we can practice
> making a release.  I’m thinking that means we pick off a bunch of bugs to
> fix, and maybe take a new component or two or three.
>
> To do so without getting de-stabilized by the longer term projects, we
> should agree on a branch strategy.  It sounds like many Apache projects
> have multiple branches like:
>    -Sandbox:  Anything that doesn’t fall over immediately can go here
>    -Unstable: Things that are being polished for release can go here
>    -Stable:  The release candidate goes here.
>    -Released:  The latest release.
>
> Long term projects would go in Sandbox and shorter term stuff would go in
> Unstable and get synched to Sandbox if required.
>
> Most of you are volunteers trying to scratch out spare time to make
> contributions, but some of us have all day to work on this stuff.  I am
> thinking of splitting time between long-term work and short term work and
> use JIRA to guide what short-term work I do.
>
> So, add your thoughts on branch strategy (especially Apache veterans).
>  You can discuss your favorite short-term project if you want, but what
> really matters is whether you’ll get around to committing it.  And of
> course, this is all talk until we get cleared to submit the code and get
> JIRA up and running.
>
> --
> Alex Harui
> Flex SDK Team
> Adobe Systems, Inc.
> http://blogs.adobe.com/aharui
>

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