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[escet-dev] Issue milestone moves
  • From: "Hofkamp, Albert" <A.T.Hofkamp@xxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 16 Dec 2021 08:46:29 +0000
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Hello all,

I was away last week, and upon return I found several hundred messages in the inbox of escet.

Aside from the discussions wrt development (which I don't do enough in escet 🙁 ) many messages were more administrative around the release and update of a new version.
I am not sure what we're doing now is the simplest way, so maybe we should discuss that.

First of all, moving of all open issues to the next milestone. I think it's clear by now that this action is not realistic in the sense that we're going to resolve all of them in the next 3 months. In other words, in about 3 months 80% of them will again get moved.
So what I'd like to propose is that we don't attach issues to the next release. Instead, either don't attach them to a milestone or to a milestone "pending" or some other name. Obviously you can have several such milestones if you want to express some form of priority or road-map but not sure that's needed.

Secondly, why do we move to the next eclipse and java version if available every single time? (although java isn't changed this time iirc). It causes a lot of work both for release and for installing/updating, and it's not like entire Eclipse or Java is completely obsolete in 3 months.
Running the newest release is useful for development, but for production use it's just horrible. Industry will likely just stick to an older version instead rather than risking updating trouble at a crucial point in their development cycle.


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