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Re: svn 1.1.4: Time to set a deadline?

From: Max Bowsher <maxb_at_ukf.net>
Date: 2005-03-20 14:23:36 CET

Mark Phippard wrote:
>> However, in order to get things moving, I think it is time to set a
> deadline
>> for the release. If Justin is still willing to be RM, perhaps he would
> like
>> to choose? I suggest we allow at least 3 more days for voting.
> A couple of comments.
> * r13090 - I tested this one when Patrick created the patch (I made the
> backport for 1.1.x) and it works correctly. We could use this JavaHL fix
> in Subclipse. Without it, paths with spaces do not work correctly. This
> can be a common problem because IBM's Eclipse-based IDE WSAD used to
> create
> J2EE projects with folders named "Java Source" and "Web Content".
> Second, while I imagine this does not apply to the Perl/Python bindings
> which are heavily used, do you think that for JavaHL the voting
> requirements could be reduced to 2 votes? That would allow the person who
> made the patch, and one other reviewer to approve it. It seems like there
> are only 3-4 voters tops that have any interest in this binding, so it is
> harder to get backports approved if all of those people do not have the
> time to evaluate it.

The voting requirements for bindings are *already* 2 votes. See HACKING.

Is there anyone with JavaHL knowledge in a position to give this a second
vote, or do you need a someone without java knowledge to step in and attempt
to review?


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