From: Victor A. Wagner Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-07 03:20:53
At Sunday 2005-03-06 18:52, you wrote:
>Let's start revving up to release Boost 1.33.0. Personally, I'd like to
>get it out the door by mid-April at the latest, and I'm offering to manage
thank you for your offer, but if you don't get the damned regression
testing working FIRST (it's been non-responsive since Report Time: Fri, 04
Mar 2005 06:30:29 +0000.... that's SEVENTY-TWO (72) hours), you're not
gonna have any testers.
AND can we talk about HOW we're going to manage the cvs this time (with the
testers also?) or are we gonna do it the way we've been muddling through on
the past releases? I submit that having the regression testers do ANYTHING
other than let the automated stuff run is essentially unacceptable.
>To get things rolling, I'd like library maintainers to add their goals for
>the 1.33.0 release to the checklist on the Wiki. This will give us all an
>indication of our progress toward the feature set we want for this
>release. A few weeks before the release, we'll freeze the feature set,
>bump the remaing list to 1.34.0, and work on portability and stability
>until we get it right. The checklist is here:
>Depending on the size of the list, we'll decide when to feature freeze.
>I'll be travelling for the next week, but will try to answer e-mail as I
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