[Framework-Team] Revised 3.1 timeline

Tom Lazar lists at tomster.org
Mon Nov 26 01:35:40 UTC 2007


On 24.11.2007, at 19:35, Wichert Akkerman wrote:

> Based on everyones feedback (much appreciated!) I have updated my  
> timeline.
> It now looks like this:
>
> - 2007-12-14 : PLIPs for all features have to be finished and  
> submitted
> - 2007-12-21 : framework team gives verdict on PLIPs only, not an  
> implementation
> - 2008-01-19 : review bundles have to be submitted to the framework  
> team
> - 2008-02-02 : framework team completes reviews
> - 2008-02-08 : 3.1 prerelease tagged
> - 2008-02-11 : 3.1 prerelease with installers released
> - 2008-02-15 : 3.1 release candidate tagged
> - 2008-02-18: 3.1 release candidate with installers released
> - 2008-02-29 : 3.1 final tagged
> - 2008-03-02 : 3.1 final with installers released
>
> this adds the initial PLIP-review where the framework team can  
> quickly weed out
> proposals that are undesirable for 3.1 and gives people more time to  
> finish
> implementations.
>
> This is still an ambitious schedule: there is only a three week period
> between the first prerelease and the final release. This means that  
> the
> review will be very important. I am hoping that the two week review
> period provides enough time for developers to respond to an initial
> review and make suggested changes before the final review deadline.
>
> However with set goals of making 3.1 a simple, risk-free release with
> only trivial migrations this timeline should be attainable.
>
> Unless there are major objections I am going to make this official
> tomorrow.

+1

FWIW: i like that it's still ambitious, but not *too* ambitious ;-)

>
>
> Wichert.
>
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> http://www.wiggy.net/                   It is hard to make things  
> simple.
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