----- "Brett Porter" <br...@apache.org> wrote:

> On 27/10/2010, at 12:43 PM, Josimpson Ocaba wrote:
> 
> > 
> > ----- "Dennis Lundberg" <denn...@apache.org> wrote:
> > 
> >> Hi
> >> 
> >> I feel that 1 and 2 is enough for a release. I'm a big fan of
> release
> >> early - release often, so any other features you want to add can
> come
> >> in
> >> a later version. The sooner you get the product into the hand of
> the
> >> users the sooner you'll get feedback. Also, having focused
> releases
> >> makes it easier to fix any regressions.
> > 
> > Great points, we also did have a thread asking everyone if we want
> more constant releases our more features for each release and I think
> that it was leaning towards more constant releases. 
> > 
> > So let's just wait for more feed back from everyone, then we will
> send a summary for the 2.0 Milestones :)
> 
> Sorry, getting back to this late after ApacheCon.
> 
> I agree with Dennis about releasing sooner - looks like we've got good
> changes to get rolling, and the incubator release process is hairy the
> first time around.
> 
> My only nitpick is that I don't think the changes so far represent
> "2.0", especially if we're not changing any group IDs or package
> names. Maybe we could call this 1.3-incubating, and reserve 2.0 for
> the following:
> - RDF removal / alignment to Maven resolution mechanism
> - refactoring the plugins inline with that
> - split the VS integration into a separate release
> - multi-language support
> 
> WDYT?

I'm ok with having the current trunk to be 1.3-incubating. I do feel that 2.0 
as was planned way before should have alot more than what we have right now. 

So maybe once we have the trunk stabilized again we can do that 1.3-incubating?

 
> Cheers,
> Brett
> 
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> br...@apache.org
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