On Tue, Jul 26, 2011 at 1:48 PM, Hyrum K Wright
> 1.7.0-beta2 is out in the wild, and folks are testing it. I know
> we're still fixing bug and STATUS is still a bit active, but how do
> folks feel about starting the release candidate train? Or, if you're
> uncomfortable with that now, what are your criteria for doing so?
> Reminder: small fixes can still go into the release branch after the
> first release candidate, and be included in the final release. Only
> critical (read: blocking) issues will restart the soak.
It looks like we've continued to have some churn and small bug fixes,
which is great. I'm afk for the first part of next week, but would
like to plan on a release candidate rolling on Thursday, Aug. 4.
The one major simmering issue discussed elsewhere in this thread is
the serf v. neon issue, and while I won't take sides (in this mail), I
hope we can make a decision and be united in moving forward, simply
because rehashing it every week is getting old.
In other news, I had several comments about 1.7 while at OSCON this
week, mainly from alumni of the project (Karl, Brian, Ben, etc), but
also from other corners. It's nice that people are noticing.
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Received on 2011-07-30 02:57:15 CEST