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Re: [] Go for RC2 and RC3... plans


I'll start with RC2 release process in a little bit ;P


El 23/05/2011 12:04, Axel Uhl escribió:
Sure, reviewing is good.

I'll see when the enhancement reaches me how much of a change it would be and how close to either RC2/RC3 it would be. We'll play it through Bugzilla, so you can easily defer it to 3.1.1 by a -1.


-- Axel

On 5/23/2011 1:00 PM, Willink, Ed wrote:
Hi Axel

The review requirements for examples treated as documentation are more lax,
but not non-existent. After RC2, I expect any non-releng commit beyond the
plugins to be approved by at least one other committer for safety; i.e. no
risk of
interesting new extension points or models or registrations upsetting
something else.

While there is an RC3, my recollection was that last year RC4 didn't really
and so RC3 was pretty much the last version, so we want to be very very sure
RC3 has no problems, because we cannot count on respins; they will only
for major issues that cannot be worked around, and anything in 'examples'
has the
simple workaround of don't install the examples.

Rather than rush something for RC3, you too might think in terms of what
could be
in a very early 3.1.1, remembering that 3.1.1 would be a maintenance release
no really new functionality. Derived property impact analysis seems like a
fix, so no problem doing that in 3.1.1.




-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Axel Uhl
Sent: 23 May 2011 11:31
To: MDT OCL mailing list
Subject: Re: [] Go for RC2 and RC3... plans

Hi Ed,

Axel: if you're going to the OCL workshop in Zurich we can plan the
exploitation of the new pivot evaluator. (Since I
registered a Conflict
of Interest, I have no idea whether your paper was accepted or not.)

accepted, going. Let's meet there and discuss.

For RC3, I plan only major oopses found while writing documentation.
These should be +1'd even for examples, so it would be good
if you make
time on Friday/Sunday to review documentation and other
patches for at
least lack of impact beyond the scope of the examples/documentation.

I have a student under SAP contract work on impact analysis
for derived
properties. We'll see if he gets it ready before RC2 or RC3, but my
understanding is that in the examples areas we're free to
commit up to
the latest point in time before release. Also, the APIs shouldn't
change. Just a few additional tests around derived properties
that will
then be added will work then.

-- Axel

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