On 7/31/06, Vincenzo Di Somma <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
I'm just worried that in August most people will be in holidays and they
will not be able to provide the bundle.
Maybe it is not a "real" issue but I just wanted to raise the problem.
On Mon, 2006-07-31 at 10:24 +0100, Martin Aspeli wrote:
> Hi guys,
> - August 28: proposal freeze, fwt starts reviewing bundles
> - September 25: fwt finished reviewing bundles
> - Sep 25 - October 8: two week period during which bundles can
> updated and re-reviewed based on the initial review
> I expect bundles will be worked on during the whole Aug 28-Oct 8
> period. For that to work, we ought to give some initial feedback
> quickly, so that we say "yes, this is a good idea" and make ourselves
> (or this list or just plone-developers) available for people to get a
> bit of coaching. The knowledge that someone is actively pushing a
> bundle, and actively seeking ways of making it better and getting it
> done is just as important as the completeness of the bundle on August
> - October 9:
> Did you miss one out? I assume you meant merge date?
> - November 30: first beta release
> - January 22: first release candidate
> - March 12: release
> +1 for those dates *if* we can agree on them now and start hounding
> people for bundles *this week*.
> The basic idea behind these dates is that we need some extra
> time to get
> people moving on 3.0 and take the time needed to properly
> the bundles. If we make some more noise about late betas and
> hopefully we can get more upgrade feedback sooner.
> Indeed. Speaking from personal experience, I held up on trying 2.5
> until it was quite late in the day, mostly from my own laziness. We
> ought to make it as easy for people to evaluate as possible, by
> providing installers (I guess we have nightly builds now) and bundles
> that are known to work
> I'd also suggest that we have a rolling "Coming in 3.0" overview
> document that gives people some tasters and some specifics ("to test
> this feature now, download this and click here and here").
> And of course, we should be noisy on the lists to let people know
> there is momentum, but that's my job :)
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