Boost Testing :
From: Victor A. Wagner Jr. (vawjr_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-07-29 16:44:09
At 07:45 2005-07-29, you wrote:
>On Jul 28, 2005, at 9:19 PM, Victor A. Wagner Jr. wrote:
> > Hi, I'm back, and I see you can't keep to a plan. The IDEA is to
> > keep the main branch what you release and tell all the yahoos who
> > insist on adding features branch
>We need better processes and tools before we can really do that. For
>instance, we need a better way to communicate to all Boost developers
>(including those that don't read the mailing list daily) when we are in
>code freeze, because we had a few accidental commits that caused some
>late-stage churn in the regression tests. We also need longer-range
>planning and a more predictable release schedule, so we can say we're
>releasing on date X and actually stick to it.
>We've improved the process quite a bit, and we'll get there... but not
_longer_ range ??? as I recall, in March someone suggested we
release on April 15 and I thought we'd decided then.... _surely_
people read the echo at least once every 4 months :) ... what do I
have to change to get the proper branch?
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