Wow, this is *really* nice.
* The live search is awesome
* Loving having the versions in the documentation dropdown
* The UI is much nicer than the current version
I think the CQL docs are the biggest unknown at this point. Very much
looking forward to that. I originally doubted it would be
I am starting a separate thread as the other thread has veered off in a very
different direction. The ground rules for this thread are that we are not
discussing branching models or release strategy here.
Some folks in the community had the following questions and concerns:
1. Lack of
I believe that we all need to see 4.0.0 being released. We have been frozen
for too long in my opinions and some people simply believe that the project
is dead. That is hurting us.
That does not mean that I am not in favor of making that release as stable
What we miss in my opinion
If this is in response to my email, you misunderstand me. There are distinct
issues at play. To respond directly to the issue you raise: I am personally
inclined to pursue a release of 4.0 within some time-box - say 3-6 months. We
have already done a huge amount to improve the quality of the
> If this is in response to my email, you misunderstand me.
Sorry, that was not a response.
Increasing stability was mentioned a lot in that thread. I am all for it. I
just wanted to raise the issue that the plan for that is not clear at least
That is not to say there should not be
I believe that we should try to assume that everybody has positive intentions.
What did I say that suggests I have assumed any negative intentions? Sometimes
this phrase reads as a thought-terminating cliché.
On 29/06/2020, 13:28, "Benjamin Lerer" wrote:
> If this is in
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To answer your questions Jon.
I have been against the freeze from day one. In my opinion it had a
> negative impact on the project.
It is simply an opinion. I stated it as such because I have no way to
validate or invalidate that theory.
Had we unfrozen trunk a year ago, we just
> would have
> I am pointing to the implied signals about an organisation's priorities
> and values that are communicated by its actions
As long as you keep thinking the expressions on this ML reflect an
organization's priorities and not the opinions of individual actors (like
my email about branching was
Sorry, Benedict. My answer was probably not phrased in the correct way.
I just believe that we should not look at the organizations behind the
persons participating in the project. I am not my organization and it does
not push me in a direction or another.
Of course, our opinions are somehow
> I have been against the freeze from day one. In my opinion it had a
negative impact on the project.
I'm curious how you're measuring this. Based on my time as an evangelist
at DataStax and as a consultant with the Last Pickle, I can say I rarely
talked to people looking for shiny new features.
> I just believe that we should not look at the organizations behind the
You collaborate as an organisation, produce work for the project as an
organisation, and the organisation tells its members - each to some greater or
lesser extent - how to spend their labour. Even if we only
> As long as you keep thinking the expressions on this ML reflect an
> organization's priorities and not the opinions of individual actors we're
> not going to get anywhere.
I propose we agree to disagree and stop thrashing the project with this
topic. Nobody is going to change their mind based
On Mon, 29 Jun 2020 at 16:50, Jon Haddad wrote:
> > I have been against the freeze from day one. In my opinion it had a
> negative impact on the project.
> I'm curious how you're measuring this. Based on my time as an evangelist
> at DataStax and as a consultant with the Last Pickle, I can
“This thread was not about sacrificing stability. It is a pity that it came
across like that.“
On Mon, 29 Jun 2020 at 13:35, Stefan Miklosovic <
> On Mon, 29 Jun 2020 at 16:50, Jon Haddad wrote:
> > > I have been against the freeze from day one.
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