From: Victor A. Wagner Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-04-01 23:43:15
At Friday 2005-04-01 15:17, you wrote:
>Here's my suggestion for a release schedule. We allow two weeks to get all
>of the new features and bug-fixes we want into CVS, but still try to keep
>things sane. Then we fix bugs on the CVS trunk for a week, branch and fix
>bugs for another week, and then release on May 1. So, the important dates are:
>April 15 (two weeks from today): feature-freeze on CVS trunk.
>April 22 (three weeks from today): branch for 1.33.0
I'll say this again.... if you branch, branch the development that's NOT
related to 1.33.0
there should be NO reason for the testers to have to check out some new tag
just because we're about to do a release.
>May 1 (just over four weeks from today): release 1.33.0
>It's aggressive, but we should get this out the door well before summer
>(when, traditionally, Boost development slows a bit), and we can do it if
>we focus. If we do well keeping to a tight schedule, perhaps we'll get
>better about releasing more often and the whole process will become less
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