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From Jürgen Schmidt <>
Subject Re: [RELEASE]: preparation for our first release
Date Fri, 24 Feb 2012 11:05:37 GMT
On 2/24/12 11:53 AM, Andrea Pescetti wrote:
> On 24/02/2012 Jürgen Schmidt wrote:
>> And I would like to propose the following schedule depending on the
>> progress we will make next week.
>> Monday: Feb. 27th new dev snapshots
>> Monday: March 5th first RC candidate (based on the progress next week)
> This is (of course) great and exciting news. I would only recommend to
> avoid the temptation to be marketing-driven... let RC1 be something that
> we believe we could actually release. There's nothing bad in using the
> name "dev" or "beta" for something that is not ready yet. This is how I
> interpret the "depending on progress" above, and it would be very good
> and show respect for users.

RC should be used indeed only if we think that it can be released, and 
this depends on the progress ;-)

>> - translation update, we have made minimal UI changes only and we will
>> use the 3.4 beta translation that were in place.
> Note that is still
> not solved: it might be that the 3.4 beta translations are not
> integrated in our current dev builds, or, more likely, that language
> packs are not being built correctly. I've just set that issue as a
> release blocker.
> Using the 3.4-beta translations would be OK, but we need the full set,
> not what we have now (see issue page).

here we might run into a problem because of not having the translation 
process in place 100%. We have to figure out which translation data is 
the latest one, it's still not 100% clear if we really have it :-(

> We will also need to:
> - Decide the URLs for all links in the suite (Extensions, Templates,
> Suite Updates, Extensions Updates...).

I hope the links wouldn't really change, but it have to be clarified

> - Describe the 3.3 -> 3.4 migration path; it would be good to avoid the
> need to reinstall extensions, but I don't know the current state of the
> art here.
that can't be avoided because of the removed berkeley DB. Not nice but 
we can't avoid it.


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