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Re: Are we approaching a beta release?

From: Mark Phippard <markphip_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2008 15:57:09 -0500

On Thu, Feb 14, 2008 at 1:33 PM, C. Michael Pilato <cmpilato_at_collab.net> wrote:
> So, I'm looking at the current list of open 1.5-assigned issues:

I have not looked at STATUS today, but there are still a fair number
of changes in trunk that have not been proposed for backport. For
example, there is a whole chain of revisions around the changes to the
prompts during interactive conflict resolution. That led to bindings
changes etc.

> So. With this in mind, where do we stand towards a beta release of this
> codebase? I'm not talking release candidate necessarily, but are we ready
> to put *something* official out there in users' hands? (And on our own
> svn.collab.net box?) Are folks wanting instead to hold off for a real RC1?

I plan to post binaries from r29327 to the merge tracking/Beta site on
openCollabNet sometime tomorrow. There will be binaries for
Linux/Windows/OSX plus the latest rev of Subclipse and the merge GUI.
Hopefully that will draw out some testers. We will likely keep the
binaries updated as significant sets of changes are backported and we
inch closer to RC1.

If we were to release a Beta tarball, CollabNet would certainly
refresh and post binaries from it. I would also be fine with forging
ahead towards a real RC1 and letting the CollabNet binaries serve as a
beta of sorts. I feel like we are getting close to RC1. There are
obviously some loose ends, but it feels like everything has been
headed in the right direction of late.

Mark Phippard
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