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Re: 1.4.0-rc1 tarballs up for testing/signing

From: David Anderson <david.anderson_at_calixo.net>
Date: 2006-06-23 17:50:27 CEST

* Mark Phippard <markp@softlanding.com> [2006-06-23 11:38:28]:
> Wasn't this the last signature you needed so that you could do the
> release?

Yes, it was. However, given that I'm currently fairly busy (exams),
and that Brane plans to finish the bdb fixes for monday, we discussed
scrubbing rc1 and rerolling at the beginning of next week, with those
fixes. See the thread about the bdb 4.4 fixes for the details.

I'm disposed to doing either, as I'm available on saturday (well,
tomorrow) to finalize the release of rc1. But, if rc2 is 'rollable' as
of monday (and therefore releasable during that week, with sufficient
prodding for sigs and for a certain release manager to actually get on
with it), is it worth the bother?

> Since Paul works on Windows and is a full committer I asked him to start
> running the tests and send in a signature so that you would have another
> sig for the Windows zip file. Normally, Paul spends his time running the
> tests for our OS/400 port when a release candidate is made, which is why
> he hadn't done this in the past. Clearly, we need more people providing
> Windows signatures as that has been what has held up the releases.

Win32 signatures is often the bottleneck for all releases. So, yes,
more full committers with win32 environments would be most welcome.

- Dave.

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