I think that's good idea. "blockers" should have priority as blocker (so
they're self-classifiable), but may be better to classify "very desirable"
and "good to have".
Would we want to break down epic issue, or determine with other field
(priority, or label)?
2018년 2월 20일 (화) 오전 9:49, Roshan Naik <ros...@hortonworks.com>님이 작성:
> Would be good to callout which of issues listed in Storm 2.0 epic are
> considered “blockers” vs “very desirable” vs “good to have”
> On 2/19/18, 3:29 PM, "Jungtaek Lim" <kabh...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi devs,
> We've just released Storm 1.2.1 (not officially announced but vote
> anyway) and we're in agreement that no further minor version on 1.x
> line, so it's time to focus on Storm 2.0.0 so that we can bring far
> undetermined milestone to reality.
> Here is the epic issue for Storm 2.0.0:
> We have no restriction to file issues and submit patches so there're
> changes available outside of epic issue, but once we reach consensus to
> bring Storm 2.0.0 fairly sooner, I propose we (team, or individual)
> add all
> the issues to epic which we target to include to Storm 2.0.0, so that
> can track all the remaining items from the epic issue, and decide to
> postpone some non-blocker dragging items to out of Storm 2.0.0. Makes
> I have some backlog issues for myself which would need somewhat huge
> efforts so not sure they can be included to Storm 2.0.0. I'll add some
> epic if I think I can find time to do. If you have items which are
> to be included to Storm 2.0.0, please add them to epic issue.
> I hope that we can release Storm 2.0.0 in 1Q (1 month and several days
> left): even if it doesn't happen, we could release beta version of
> 2.0.0 in 1Q and we say "feature freeze" and concentrate on stabilizing
> release and making Storm 2.0.0 happen sooner than later. If you have
> for Storm 2.0.0 which requires more than 1 month to be finished, I
> think it
> would be worth to share the items and discuss.
> Please add your voice on anything about Storm 2.0.0 plan. It would be
> appreciated if someone puts efforts on testing and stabilizing the
> master branch (it would take much time and efforts and more hands are
> definitely better).
> Jungtaek Lim (HeartSaVioR)