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Re: [ecf-dev] opening the 2.0 floodgates


There will be quite a few changes to shared editing over the weekend stay tuned.


On 9/28/07, Scott Lewis <slewis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> Here is the *current* ECF roadmap:
> Since 1.1 was revoked because we didn't yet have a release review, I
> propose we simply do the release review with the current state of HEAD,
> and have that release be 1.2 as scheduled next Friday (Oct 5).  In
> effect, this means that we don't/didn't have a 1.1 release.  We will
> have no more 1.X releases, and will concentrate solely on 2.0 milestone
> releases as described on the roadmap.
> To summarize :)
> 1) We have a release review next week (week of Oct 1) and call it for
> 1.2 using the current state of ECF HEAD.  This will end the 1.X line
> (unless we have some severe bug that requires a 1.1.1 maintenance...but
> we will not plan for that).
> 2) After that, we open the API floodgates for backward incompatible
> changes and assume only ECF 2.0 milestones from here on until Ganymede
> release
> Does this work for people?
> Any interested parties within community please respond with -1, 0, +1.
> If -1 please describe what else you require that is not satisfied by
> this and we'll to the most possible to accomodate.
> (As a quick aside/reminder...thanks to work by Ted and Pete, we now have
> daily integration builds made available for both the and
> codebases, and so people who need/want those can easily
> get them).
> Thanks,
> Scott
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