The the EDP does not mandate that "1.0" means mature. That is, we
can turn this into a simple (first) release review if that makes
If there is concern about confusion in the community, the project
can opt to change the version name to "0.9" or something. But,
again, there is no requirement to do so.
Incubation branding rules would still be in effect.
Is this an option that you would consider, Etienne? Let us know if
you have questions.
On 18/06/15 02:45 PM, David M Williams
I hope other PMC
members take a look at
this request, and chime in, but I'll make some high level
I certainly have no objections to
project releasing, but given the version number of "1.0", I
this review is not only for release, but also to graduate from
Do you, (project lead and
think the project is ready to be a graduated, "stand alone"
without continued mentorship?
I know I'm old-school, but would
the following references. I wonder if you've read them?
From what I can see in the
I don't really see it.
I will admit I am biased, since
not sure how any project can prove "ready to graduate" after
only 2 months at Eclipse.
And, this project is obviously a
case, and perhaps does not fit into any Eclipse criteria
that I allows me to make a judgment?
Here's some things I found
- 69 bugs open and many of them
(that's good) but seemed that most were opened by 2 or 3 people
evidence of "a community", in other words).
[I know in the past, you've
to have a community "outside of Eclipse" ... and if that's part
of the justification, then details should be given in the
such as pointers to another bug
system? (Not sure that's good, to have another build tracking
just saying, if there's something "outside" of Eclipse that
readiness to graduate, then I
should be included.]
- You had 4 "milestone builds"
but they were a week apart. That's not normally what we would
call a "milestone"
at Eclipse, so wonder what your definition is. Do you plan to
to have weekly "milestones"?
If so, would be good to cover
and define what that means, in your release/graduation review.
Given our history, about the
train, I was afraid to say anything, for fear of giving the
of being "not supportive" or "in the way".
But, I do really do mean these
And, I feel a responsibility to
all projects equally" and these are questions and things I would
at for any graduating project.
And, since no other PMC members
anything ... thought I should say something.
Hope you find my comments at
little helpful, and again, would welcome comments from other PMC
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06/12/2015 06:39 PM
Request for approval of Buildship 1.0
I would like to ask for review/approval of the release review
of Buildship 1.0:
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