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From Martin van den Bemt <mll...@mvdb.net>
Subject Re: VOTE JCS RELEASE [3 days, ends 8/25 midnight EST]
Date Sun, 08 Oct 2006 02:12:12 GMT
You have all the votes in place and if I recall correctly also some pointers (in the release

threads) to how to release it. A good thing would be to create the release, let others have
a quick 
look at to see if something is missing and then make it official :)

One tip : don't drown :)

Mvgr,
Martin

Aaron Smuts wrote:
> I have a tag.  In fact head is so close, with just a
> simple bug fix, I may cut another.  I just need to
> figure out exactly what needs to be done to formally
> release the jar.  I've been under water recently . . .
> 
> --- Martin van den Bemt <mllist@mvdb.net> wrote:
> 
>> Can we do anything with Apachecon regarding the
>> release, or aren't you going to make that ?
>>
>> Mvgr,
>> Martin
>>
>> Aaron Smuts wrote:
>>> I would like to hold a vote for a JCS release. 
>> The
>>> previous vote was all in favor but it was
>> mismanaged. 
>>> Please take the time to vote again.
>>>
>>> Just recently, there have been several significant
>>> improvements.  Most notably the Indexed Disk Cache
>> has
>>> in place optimization, the MySQL Disk Cache has
>>> scheduled optimization, and the remote cache has
>>> Zombie queuing.  There have been several other bug
>>> fixes.  
>>>
>>> We have come to embrace JIRA for bug tracking and
>> we
>>> are trying to get the test coverage up.  The live
>>> coverage is now above 54% and the branch coverage
>> is
>>> significantly higher.
>>>
>>> All of the major auxiliaries are in heavy
>> production
>>> use.  At Travelocity alone we use every plugin. 
>> The
>>> remote cache server is used in cluster mode backed
>> by
>>> the MySQL Disk Cache and receives over 15 million
>>> insertions a day.  The Indexed Disk Cache is
>> receiving
>>> hundreds of millions of retrievals a day.. . . .
>>>
>>> The code is stable.  The features are rich.  We
>> have a
>>> great bug tracking system in place.  And the code
>> is
>>> production hardened in one of the world's biggest
>>> ecommerce sites.  
>>>
>>> It's time for a formal release.  Please reply with
>>> your +1 to release what is in head as JCS 1.3.0.
>>>
>>> Cheers,
>>>
>>> Aaron Smuts
>>>
>>>
>>>
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