Hello, > I think we also need a "Release Manager" ;) > > - create the branch > - tag the version > - create / publish the tarball > - check which commits can go in the branch after a RC.
I'm pretty OK with that. > And perhaps we also need a "9.1.1" branch > > So only "critical" remaining bugs can go there, and allow dev to > continue fixing bug in 9.1 branch Hum... I do not think this is required... Since we only fix bugs in the 9.1/bugfixes, 9.1.1 can just be tagged once critical fixes will be done. Waiting for that, we can continue to fix bugs in this branch, 9.1.1 will come with a maximum of bugfix, that does not really seem an issue to me. The only point would be if you're affraid of regression; I'm pretty confident on this, but I do not know the project as you do ;) If you think we should really create a new branch, I can take the RM hat, no problem ;) > BTW, I hope 9.1.1 could be released soon... > (according to the various bug affecting install/update process) Indeed, this release should be tagged once network ports stuff have been fixed. And oh, is there a ticket for those critical things? I guess it has not been created (I can do, but I'm unsure I understand the whole issue). -- Johan _______________________________________________ Glpi-dev mailing list Glpiemail@example.com https://mail.gna.org/listinfo/glpi-dev