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From Sergio Fernández <>
Subject Re: Some examples on how a VOTE for release looks like
Date Thu, 01 Feb 2018 05:18:58 GMT
Guys, your mentors are here to support you on those things ;-)

The process is well described at But let me know
if you have any specific questions.

The first incubating release is normally the most difficult one. I guess
the nature of OpenWhisk will make it even harder. So don't get frustrated
if you go through several release candidates.


On Jan 31, 2018 09:35, "Carlos Santana" <> wrote:

   On today's tech interchange Vincent presented the automation of cutting
a release so we can start the train of OpenWhisk releases.

Since we are not graduated we need 2 VOTES cycles, one done in the
OpenWhisk dev list [1] and the other one is in the Incubator general list

You can join the Incubator mailing list or use the mail archive service to
see the threads on votes for releases and get a feeling what are the things
that come up that will block a vote like the usage of the RAT tool.

Here is convenient way to search the mailing list

You will see how the Incubator PMC will provide feedback and what are the
type of things they evaluate when casting their vote.

Vincent can you upload you presentation to the wiki [3] ?


-- Carlos

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