On Tue, Jul 21, 2009 at 3:25 PM, Greg Stein<gstein_at_gmail.com> wrote:
> The overall point here is that a lot of work is still ahead of us. I
> also have to contend with a move from Brussels back to the USA over
> the next two months. I believe that we're going to be busy on this
> until at least the end of October.
> For 1.6, we started to hold back new feature development and
> stabilized the codbase starting in early November. There was a lot of
> tree conflict work to finish, and so 1.6 took four months to
> stabilize, wrap, and ship (in early March). I don't think that we're
> going to need that much time to wrap since the wc-ng work "should be"
> done before we begin the wrap process. I would guess that we could
> ship 1.7 right before Christmas, or maybe right after New Year's.
> Part of the reason that I'm writing this is to discuss whether that
> timeframe works. We had a sorta goal of "6 month release cycle", but
> this would be about 9 months.
> Thoughts? Concerns?
I do not think doing a release from the current code is really an
option because of the performance regression, so all I can see us
doing is continue to move forward as best we can.
I see that Hyrum has sort of addressed what I was going to ask, but I
was just going to say what can be done to get more people involved? I
am sure I will be asked to get Paul and Mike involved in this to help
speed things along. Besides being busy fixing merge issues (Paul) and
working on the HTTPv2 protocol (Mike), I think neither one of them
really knows how to get started on helping. I am sure there are other
committers who feel the same. So maybe we need to make a more
concerted effort to bring in additional help and guide them on how to
Received on 2009-07-21 22:32:25 CEST