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From "Kevin Sutter" <>
Subject Re: Proposal for revised OpenJPA 2.0 iteration schedule
Date Thu, 11 Dec 2008 21:07:35 GMT
Since the participation level is kind of limited at this point, and it seems
like you are just trying to continue to make progress, I personally think
that you can adjust the schedules based on the immediate participants'
needs.  Once we start to get more involvement from a development and test
perspective, then getting more global input will probably be required.  But,
since we're just starting out, I'd say "go for it" and just announce what
you're doing.  Most people will speak up if they don't like it...  :-)


On Thu, Dec 11, 2008 at 9:52 AM, Jeremy Bauer <> wrote:

> Dev's,
> I've been talking with several of the committers and many folks, myself
> included, will be on holiday for the last two weeks of the year.  There is
> concern about the content (or lack thereof) due to limited participation
> during the first two weeks of iteration 2.  The current iteration 2
> schedule
> is 4 weeks long to account for the holiday, but that realistically won't
> give us much time to spend on iteration 2.  Especially since we'd like to
> publish a milestone build after iteration 2.
> One idea that came up in the discussions was to have a short 2 week
> iteration over the holiday; for folks that want contribute to OpenJPA 2.0
> over the holiday. Then start a new, full iteration immediately in January.
>  This would give us a full 3-week iteration before the milestone and more
> time and better participation for planning iteration 2 content.
> The proposed iteration dates are:
> "Holiday" iteration:  Dec 22 - Jan 2
> Iteration 2 : Jan 5 - Jan 23rd
> What do y'all think?
> -Jeremy

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