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From Matthieu Morel <>
Subject Re: Time for an official Apache release of S4?
Date Mon, 20 Feb 2012 15:48:29 GMT
On 2/15/12 11:36 AM, Patrick Hunt wrote:
> Hi all, was wearing my mentor/champion hat today and thought I would check in.
> I see that you've moved your repo to apache git successfully at this
> point which is great! Seems like now would be a good time to create an
> official Apache release of S4 and make it generally available.
> incubator specific guidelines:
> Also see:
> The first release is generally the toughest as you'll have to ensure
> you meet the full requirements of an Apache release (licensing and
> such). But it's a good thing - show's progress towards graduation as a
> TLP and puts something into the hands of users.

Thanks for the notification.

We are actually on our way towards not only 1 but 2 releases: 0.4 that 
features checkpointing and bugfixes, and 0.5 which has a new API and design.

There are still a few improvements to 0.4 to be worked on before 
releasing it.

> ps. you should update your web page to point to your Apache repo. Any
> reason why not?

This refers to the previous release (0.3). It wouldn't be possible to 
checkout tag 0.3 from Apache's repo. But you are right to point this out 
and I have updated the links to the repositories accordingly on the 
website ("get involved", "code").


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