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Getting closer to a 1.5 release?

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 9 Jan 2008 15:48:55 -0500

I'd like to hear what people doing the work think about where we are
in relationship to starting the 1.5 release process.

I know there is some branch activity that needs to be wrapped up and
merged back to trunk before we can branch for 1.5. Other than the
reintegrate branch, are there any others that need to be merged to
trunk before we branch? Estimates on when we will be ready?

Anyone want to give their feelings on what needs to happen after we
branch in order to get us to RC1?

Finally, any ideas on things we can do to kickstart this process and
get things wrapped up? I know we all want this release done so we can
move on. When I start looking at the calendar, counting out when we
might have an RC1, then counting out to when there would be a GA it
gets depressing. That is a bad way to start a new year -- depressed.
I know there are a lot of us that have been working hard to get this
release done. What more can be done to move the process along and
maybe pick up some new momentum? Ideas welcomed.

When we branch for 1.5 I intend to produce and host various binaries
based on the branch so that we can hopefully get some testing and
feedback that will move us closer to RC1.

Anyway, not expecting definitive answers but it is good to hear
feedback from others. We have not talked about this in quite a while
with the holidays and all. On the positive side, it seems like things
are wrapping up and we have solutions in place or being finalized for
the main problems.

-- 
Thanks
Mark Phippard
http://markphip.blogspot.com/
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