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Re: Roadmap

From: Cédric Chabanois <cchabanois_at_ifrance.com>
Date: 2003-12-15 22:26:54 CET

I agree.

I think a roadmap is important too.

The first thing to decide is who will do what
- Eclipse 2.1.2/Win32 => Daniel ?
- Eclipse 3M5/Linux => Looney ?

I think Daniel or me (or Looney ?) can do Eclipse 3M5/Win32 too.
Perhaps Looney (perhaps me too ?) can do Eclipse 2.1.2/Linux.

Concerning OSX, who can be the release manager ?

What do we need to correct/add before next release ?

Cédric

>
> Ok guys. ... I guess we need to tidy things up a bit.
>
> I've seen other OS projects have great success using a roadmap and I
> think we need one as well.
>
> Ideally, everytime we do a release, we should be releasing 6 binaries
> (both in a zip and on the update site). Win/Linux/OSX on the latest
> stable releases from both Eclipse 2 and 3.
>
> Of course this is all very difficult for us because we not only track
> 6 platforms, but also Subversion releases and we really should only be
> releasing on platforms that have an associated binary release.
>
> So the first thing on our Roadmap should be bring all 3 platforms up
> to date with Eclipse 2.1.2 and Eclipse 3M5, the latest Subversion (at
> the moment 0.34)
>
> Some important releases we need to watch out for that are coming up are
>
> Eclipse 3M6 - Dec 18th
> Subversion 0.35- Dec 12th
> Subversion Beta - Dec 19th.
>
> I'de like to see a tidy up release to bring all the platforms in line
> VERY soon and then a release before Christmas that has Eclipse 3M6 and
> Subversion Beta.
>
> I think this is going to take quite an effort on everyone's part ...
> so let me know if you think we can or can't make it.
>
> Task wise I want to complete this online help and tidy up the build
> process.
>
> What does everyone else want to do? Any thoughts on this?
>
> Daniel
>
>
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