the last snapshot for Resin 3.1 is from 11th of june 2008 at least on the 
download page. 
Based on your "roadmap", the 3.1.7 release is scheduled for the next 3 to 4 

Would you mind to provide a new 3.1-snapshot in order to perform already some 
alpha tests to have enough time to report critical issues?


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Von: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Im Auftrag von Scott Ferguson
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 9. Juli 2008 19:13
An: General Discussion for the Resin application server
Betreff: [Resin-interest] FYI: 3.2.0 schedule

We're currently at week 8 of our planned 8 week schedule, but regression fixes 
and load testing will take about another 2 weeks before the 3.2.0 release.  The 
3.1.7 release would follow by a week or two.

There's been a number of significant changes to low-level infrastructure in 
3.2.0 which means we'll need to take extra testing care before the release.

The main changes are:

1. major rework of the socket and threading code to support comet and bam
   1a. this has also enabled extra JMX data for connection monitoring.
2. major rework of the distributed sessions for handle dynamic sessions (and 
improve reliability) 3. replace internal cluster hessian communication with bam 
for distributed jmx 4. enabling of dynamic servers, i.e. adding servers without 
modifying the configuration files 5. basic infrastructure for remote .war 
deployment, using a vcs (git) for a reliability store 6. reworking of the 
distribution, e.g. merging all the api jars into a javaee-16.jar to make 
embedding easier

So, it will take some more time than usual to get the final release out.

-- Scott

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