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From Ruwan Linton <>
Subject Re: Synapse 2.0 ??
Date Mon, 26 Apr 2010 08:15:06 GMT


On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 11:51 AM, Hubert, Eric <>wrote:

>   First of all, if you see my second mail that I fired few minutes
> before... you will realize one of the ideas behind going for a 2.0. Since
> the XML Schema compliance will make some changes to the configuration
> language.
> Yes Ruwan, this definitely explains a move to 2.0. I just noticed your mail
> shortly after sending out my first one.
> We can do a 1.3 from the branch, but we cannot just dump the release, we
> need to complete documentation, do testing and so forth, which will result
> in more work. Having the above said features on the trunk and the schema
> compliance sort of changes planned to go into the trunk. I don't like to
> waste time on those aspects on 1.3 branch.
> Of course this is an argument.
> I am about to send a release plan, it will at least take another month for
> the 2.0 release, but will be much more effective the time than spending
> another 2 weeks and doing a 1.3 release, with lesser features than trunk.
> Ok, I think it makes sense to wait for the plan before sharing further
> thoughts. ;-)
> Being said all that, if the user community is really interested in the 1.3
> we could of course go for it before 2.0.
> I’m not sure, but I would guess the community doesn’t care too much about
> version numbering. Most users might be interested most in getting bug fixes
> and features which are at the moment only available on trunk – e.g. working
> REST-support – as soon as possible. On the other hand especially new users
> might be more than happy to wait a few additional weeks to start directly
> with schema-aware configuration which is definitely a feature which has been
> requested a lot in the past.
> Regards,
>    Eric

Ruwan Linton
Technical Lead & Product Manager; WSO2 ESB;
WSO2 Inc.;
email:; cell: +94 77 341 3097

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