TO: ALL OPENJFX COMMITTERS

Testing and integration for the M5 build of 8u20 is done. As such, 8u-dev is open again for 8u40 changes. We are back to normal rules for pushing to 8u-dev.

An 8u20 stabilization forest will be forked from 8u20-b20 shortly, so at this point it will take JDK 8u20 release team approval to get anything else into 8u20.

-- Kevin



Kevin Rushforth wrote:
As a reminder, only approved changes should be going in this week (with the noted exceptions). These rules are in effect until Monday, June 23 @ 1am, after which the repo is frozen for (in)sanity testing. It is likely to remain frozen for a bit longer than usual this time, but should open back up Monday evening if all goes well.

-- Kevin


Kevin Rushforth wrote:
TO: ALL JAVAFX DEVELOPERS

Next week is our ramp-down week for M5, which is the last milestone before we fork the 8u20 stabilization repo. As a reminder, the Milestone Week stabilization rules [1] are in effect for any changesets pushed after 1am on Monday, June 16. This means no post-commit reviews, and you need an extra "+1" from one of the leads listed on the Wiki (the usual exception applies for javadoc changes and changes that don't touch the shipping bits).

Given that this is the last milestone before 8u20 goes into its end-of-the-release stabilization we are likely to be a bit more strict than previous milestones about giving approval. Pretty much if it isn't a regression or a serious bug, it will likely need to wait for 8u40.

-- Steve & Kevin

[1] https://wiki.openjdk.java.net/display/OpenJFX/8u20

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