Awesome, thanks for all your hard work!
On Mon, Jan 19, 2009 at 5:50 AM, Christian Hammond <chip...@chipx86.com> wrote:
> Hey everyone.
> We've released Review Board 1.0 alpha 1 tonight. This is basically a
> snapshot of tonight's nightly build, which we've considered to be stable
> enough for an alpha release. See
> If you're using nightlies, you're going to be automatically switched over to
> official releases from nightlies the next time you upgrade. The Getting
> Started guide (http://www.review-board.org/docs/GettingStarted) has some
> instructions on switching back to nightlies if you prefer to use those.
> While we do recommend using a stable release, those of you who have been
> contributing in the past and feel comfortable staying on the nightlies
> should do so. It'll help us to stabilize for 1.0.
> We're going to be entering a feature freeze before too long, so if you have
> any feature contributions up for review that still need changes made, they
> probably won't make it for 1.0 unless there's an update soon. We'll get
> these remaining features into the release following 1.0. If it's something
> critical, we might take it on a case-by-case basis. And, of course, we'll
> definitely continue to take bug fixes.
> On an important note, those running a site directly out of SVN (as opposed
> to running "python setup.py install" out of SVN) are going to find your
> installs broken soon. We've been holding off for a long time on fixing the
> directory structure in the source tree, and we really need to do this before
> 1.0. If you're still doing this, please try to switch over to an installed
> setup using our rb-site tool. We'll be glad to work with you on any
> migration problems if they arise.
> Thanks to everyone who's helped out with Review Board so far. We hit both
> our 100th and 101st contributor tonight (counting those who have code in the
> tree). We really couldn't have done this without the help of the people on
> here reporting bugs, contributing to the code and documentation, and
> providing support on this mailing list. So again, thank you all.
> Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
> VMware, Inc.
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