Following this discussion, I've created
in order to track the
schedule/gaps/requirements for the first oVirt release.
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Sent: 29 November 2011 23:41
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Subject: Re: First community release
On 11/29/2011 08:14 PM, Carl Trieloff wrote:
> On 11/29/2011 12:58 PM, Barak Azulay wrote:
>> I think we should aim for a fast first release, meaning ASAP on jboss
>> The questions are:
>> 1 - what is a release? a tag in all the repos to be picked up by each
>> distro ?
>> 2 - do we have any criteria on what is good enough for a release ? or
>> any point in time that everybody feels ready?
> I would say a release needs to be at least.
> 1. a tag in the repos
> 2. tars posted on the site for easy download, build and install, with
> 3. these tars have basically been tested.
Not sure what the definition of 'tested' is, probably worth expanding it
> 4. optional binary builds for different distros linked from the
> 5. a set of any relevant release notes.
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