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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Reminder today is last build for Luna SR1 ... and Mars M2 is close!

Not sure how we missed that about.html file, but I have just updated the Linux Tools RC4
offering to fix our problem.

-- Jeff J.

----- Original Message -----
> From: "David M Williams" <david_williams@xxxxxxxxxx>
> To: cross-project-issues-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
> Sent: Wednesday, September 17, 2014 10:08:16 AM
> Subject: [cross-project-issues-dev] Reminder today is last build for Luna	SR1 ... and Mars M2 is close!
> I'm sure every one knows already, but today (5 PM Eastern, or so) is last
> aggregation build for Luna SR1 ... then EPP packages will be built ... and
> next week is "quiet week" ... where the idea is everyone can prepare for the
> release, update "info center" if needed, do even more testing, especially
> adopters who want to have their release ready the same time as we do ...
> etc. One thing to test well is "update", that's always a nasty failure to
> discover after we have released. For "how to do" see
> The other thing that's good to check is that the version you think you are
> contributing, is what actually ends up in the 'maintenance' repo ... and
> that p2 (and other constraints) don't cause something higher or lower to be
> picked. Sometimes this "multiple versions" repo report is helpful for quick
> sanity check (but, nothing beats "manually" checking what is installed from
> Sim. Release, compared to what is installed from your own repo.
> As far as I know, Luna is looking well (everyone is "enabled"), but there are
> more "errors" in the fundamentals of "repo report" than I'd like to see. I
> really don't understand why "about files" and "unsigned bundles" are not
> correct in every contribution? I guess it depends on your releng processes?
> If anyone anticipates problems or has any questions, do let us know earlier
> rather than later!
> Thanks,
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