Hi Junru - welcome to the team and project.
On Thu, Aug 30, 2018 at 1:16 PM Junru Shao wrote:
> Hi, may I request to join the slack channel? Thanks!
I was waiting to run nightly builds to pass on the release branch. So RC0
was a bit delayed.
Now, we have tagged the release candidate! Thanks a lot Sheng for helping
Voting process to test RC0 will start after
This is an open bug in Jenkins:
Anybody that has some bandwidth can contribute a fix for Jenkins. A
mitigation could be to reduce the size of the main pipeline which can be
done in a PR.
A fix for this could take a while.
I put a possible solution to investigate on the PR. At least it will get
the ball rolling again :)
On Thu, Aug 30, 2018 at 2:46 PM Sheng Zha wrote:
> This is regarding https://github.com/apache/incubator-mxnet/pull/10149.
> author ran into an mxnet CI issue, and has tried to reach
Hi, may I request to join the slack channel? Thanks!
Thanks for the explanation. Unfortunately, I don't have the usage data, so I
refrained from voting. If any of the voters have such data I'd love to see it
On 2018/08/30 14:58:09, kellen sunderland wrote:
> I haven't spoken to anyone about the decision (as I'm currently
This is regarding https://github.com/apache/incubator-mxnet/pull/10149. The
author ran into an mxnet CI issue, and has tried to reach out to the people
who donated the CI system on the PR but didn't get a response. As a result,
the progress on porting the Julia binding is halted for three
I haven't spoken to anyone about the decision (as I'm currently on an
island in the med) but to me the quick +1s are likely a result of this
being a fairly straightforward decision. The factors that went into my
thinking were (1) prioritizing growing platforms rather than shrinking
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Hi Qian - welcome to the Apache MXNet project. What are you interested in
and how can we help you to ramp up on the project?
On Thu, Aug 30, 2018 at 2:58 AM Qian WANG wrote:
No problem. This is an issue that's worth having a clear definition, so
there's nothing wrong about your proposal, and thanks for bringing this up.
I'm more concerned about the seemingly unanimous votes on dropping support
on a platform without seeing the supporting evidence that it's
Thanks for raising this concern. The problem now is that we cannot even
build MXNet on Windows 7 because the build process requires MS VS 2015 w/
update 3 which is incompatible on Windows 7. This leaves many Windows 7
related open issues on github without any timely response. In my
If we really want to discontinue the support on Win7, maybe it should happen in
a major release like 2.0.0.
To minimize the impact to existing customers, I suggest we support MXNe 1.3
installation on Windows but defer all the bug fix to Windows 10 version and
ask users to migrate. Then we officially discontinue the support on Windows
7 in the 1.4 release.
On Wed, Aug 29, 2018
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