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From Marvin Humphrey <>
Subject Re: [lucy-dev] Re: 0.3.0
Date Tue, 13 Dec 2011 00:06:59 GMT
On Sun, Dec 11, 2011 at 08:37:30PM -0600, Peter Karman wrote:
> Peter Karman wrote on 11/21/11 9:06 PM:
> > What stands in our way for a 0.3.0 release?
> AFAICS, these are the outstanding issues blocking a 0.3.0 release:

(FWIW, you actually need to click on the "eye" icon to get a complete list of
unresolved issues.  That link shows 3 -- there were 6 in total.)

Fixes for the following issues had already been committed, so I resolved them:
  Improve error handling when required params not supplied
  Terminate connection from SearchClient properly
  Highlighter should accept weighted Queries (Compilers)

This issue is still outstanding:
  Adapt to GC changes in Perl 5.15

Nick committed fixes for the following issues:
  highlighter bug when searching for duplicate terms [wordX wordX]
  Unicode normalization

Nick, can you please try assigning those two issues to yourself and then
resolve them?  I just updated our JIRA "roles", so if there's anything you
weren't able to do before, you ought to be able to do it now.

> Are there any other issues you are aware of?

I added this one:
  Clean whitespace for 0.3.0

Then there's this:
  UAX #29 Tokenizer

Nick should set that issue to a "fix version" of 0.3.0 and resolve it.  That
way it will show up in the CHANGES entry for 0.3.0.

> I've taken the liberty of zapping the 0.2.3 release tickets in Jira since that
> release appears superseded in favor of a 0.3.0. If there are objections, please
> raise them here; I'll consider 0.2.3 a non-starter via lazy concensus if I've
> heard nothing otherwise in 72 hours.

JIRA has an option to "archive" an unreleased version; I used it previously
for 0.1.1.  We should do the same for 0.2.3.  Directions for navigating JIRA
are tedious to write out, so catch me on #lucy_dev.

> Consider this email me volunteering to catherd the 0.3.0 release toward the
> finish line.


Marvin Humphrey

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