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From "David P Grove" <>
Subject RE: [DISCUSS] release openwhisk-runtime-go 1.14.0
Date Thu, 03 Oct 2019 15:30:20 GMT
I'd prefer to "get it right" in this release, so if we want to do some
renaming/pruning if the docker images for this release I'm happy to wait.


From:	"Michele Sciabarra" <>
Date:	10/03/2019 11:11 AM
Subject:	[EXTERNAL] Re: [DISCUSS] release openwhisk-runtime-go 1.14.0

We may also remove the "standalone" actionloop as now we build the proxies
from sources.

  Michele Sciabarra

----- Original message -----
From: Rodric Rabbah <>
Subject: Re: [DISCUSS] release openwhisk-runtime-go 1.14.0
Date: Thursday, October 03, 2019 5:03 PM

I suggested in the call yesterday to remove the “loop” in the name. Is that
too much to include in this release?

On Thu, Oct 3, 2019 at 9:43 AM Michele Sciabarra <>

> Please note that currently all the runtimes build the proxy directly from
> the sources of the master on github.
> I did it as a temporary workaround for the "de incubation". If we want to
> make things properly we should release first the golang runtime (without
> knative, no problem for now), then build the other runtimes using a
> released version (that did not exist at the time as the old released one
> was broken by de de-incubation and the redirect was not working)
> I can take care of the required PR but please first release the golang
> provide a stable url for the sources, then I can send PR for all the
> to use the stable and released version.
> --
>   Michele Sciabarra
> ----- Original message -----
> From: David P Grove <>
> To: OpenWhisk Dev <>
> Subject: [DISCUSS] release openwhisk-runtime-go 1.14.0
> Date: Thursday, October 03, 2019 3:28 PM
> I'd like to make a release of the go runtime to enable us to then make
> updated releases of all the action-loop based runtimes (including the
> 1.34 runtime which has never been released).
> I'd suggest we make this release without waiting to merge the Knative
> support PR (#106) to the go runtime. From the discussion on the technical
> interchange yesterday there may be some iteration needed to normalize
> Knative support across the various runtime projects.
> Any objections to proceeding with a 1.14.0 release of
> If not, I can start the process for openwhisk-runtime-go on Friday.
> that is done, we can then do the rest of the actionloop based runtimes
> enmasse the second half of next week.
> --dave

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