[phobos] time for a release?
doob at me.com
Thu Aug 30 23:43:24 PDT 2012
On Aug 31, 2012, at 12:38 AM, Jonathan M Davis <jmdavisProg at gmx.com> wrote:
> It hasn't even been a month since the last release and activity has been low
> enough that I really don't see any point in doing another release right now -
> especially since the beta stuff _isn't_ properly automated yet, so it seems to
> take a fair bit of Walter's time to deal with it. That and we need to iron out
> how we're going to deal with branching and the beta, since it definitely looks
> like we should be moving to a model where we branch for betas. If we actually
> take the time to sort that out for the next beta like we should, then that
> means that the beta will take that much more work (though it will mean less
> work for future betas - particularly if the release process is properly
> automated like Andrei keeps asking for). So, it seems completely counter-
> productive to do a beta right now.
Does it? If we want to change the release process isn't it better to have as few changes as possible. We could have made a dry-release (i.e. without changes) just after the 2.060 release just to test the new process.
I think it would be better to figure out how we want the release process to look like as soon as possible and not wait until we have enough changes for a proper release.
The first thing we should have done after the 2.060 release was to figure out a new release process. Then when we're actual want to make a real release we already have the new process figured out and it won't be a problem.
A release with the new process should be made as soon as possible.
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