[Framework-Team] Re: release schedule changes
k_vertigo at objectrealms.net
Sun Dec 10 19:34:08 UTC 2006
On Sun, 10 Dec 2006 13:11:55 -0500, Martin Aspeli <optilude at gmx.net> wrote:
> Wichert Akkerman wrote:
>> It's pretty obvious that we've slipped behind schedule somewhat. This
>> was the original schedule:
>>> - August 28: proposal freeze, review bundles ready for review
>>> - September 25: framework team finished reviewing bundles
>>> - October 8: final verdict for all bundles
>>> - November 30: first beta release
>>> - January 22: first release candidate
>>> - March 12: release
>> I'm thinking of updating this to:
>> - December 22: final bundle merges
> This is the only date that worries me (it's not very long from now). In
> particular, people tend to have family commitments over Christmas. I
> would prefer a date in early January for that reason.
> Here's what's outstanding on my radar:
> - Content rules engine - I refuse to let this go. Markus and I did a
> lot of work on this, and it's mostly ready (I plan to write a few more
> actions/conditions to make it more generally useful in the next couple
> of weeks, but the framework is the non-trivial part). It was never
> reviewed, even though the bundle was in on time. I gave my own notes on
> the state of the code and the design months ago.
is there any ui on this thats useable?
> If no-one is interested in looking at it, I'm happy to merge it myself
> (the merge is trivial, it's very standalone), but obviously this needs a
> - iterate - This is important. I grabbed hold of the locking bundle
> this weekend to try and move things forward. I don't know who owns the
> iterate side of things, though. I imagine getting it merge ready is not
> very much work, but it needs someone to actually do it!
i'll own it, but to do so i need the schedule with the merges by the 7th
as i'm busy over the holidays.
> I guess my counter-proposal would be:
> - January 7th : final bundles merged
> - January 21st : first beta release
> - March 11th : first release candidate
> - April 23rd : release
> That is effectively a 2 week slip against your schedule allowing for
> Christmas, and making the beta period a bit longer at the expense of the
> release candidate period.
sounds good to me.
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