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From Karl Wright <>
Subject Re: Release time is upon us once again
Date Wed, 14 Mar 2012 12:11:38 GMT
I checked in my scripts into:

Once you read the Apache instructions, you might want to look at my
scripts to see how they fit in.  Essentially, they build the release
candidates, sign them, and upload them (hardwired to go to my account
on, unfortunately - which I need to fix).


On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 7:48 AM, Karl Wright <> wrote:
> Great, and thanks for volunteering!
> The first thing to do create your key and add it to the KEYS file in
> the project (if not already there), and add it to the Web of Trust.
> The necessary steps are listed here:
> I urge you to follow these instructions carefully; getting this right
> is the hardest part of becoming a release engineer. ;-)
> The second part involves the release itself.  I have a number of
> Windows scripts that are useful for releases, which I will get into
> some kind of order and commit to svn.  You will probably want to
> create Linux equivalents.
> Please keep me informed as to how it is going.
> Karl
> On Wed, Mar 14, 2012 at 7:19 AM, Shinichiro Abe
> <> wrote:
>> Hi.
>> I want to volunteer to be Release Manager for 0.5-incubating.
>> I use Mac OS, but please teach me some ways if I can work.
>> Regards,
>> Shinichiro Abe
>> On 2012/03/14, at 8:44, Karl Wright wrote:
>>> Hi fellow developers,
>>> Our next release date is rapidly approaching.  We've been releasing a
>>> version of ManifoldCF at roughly the end of every quarter for a year
>>> now, and March 31 is a bit over two weeks away.
>>> There are currently three outstanding 0.5-incubating bugs.  Two are
>>> Japanese localization tickets, and one is for the new Elastic Search
>>> connector.  The latter is unassigned.  Please finish these up as
>>> quickly as possible!
>>> Finally, I've been the Release Manager for all four releases up until
>>> now.  Does anyone want to volunteer to be Release Manager for
>>> 0.5-incubating?  I'd be happy to provide assistance and check in all
>>> of my Windows-based scripts.
>>> Karl

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