The only fix we want is dealing with zombie sessions (sessions that
won't get pickled).
El mar, 14-01-2003 a las 00:56, Stuart Donaldson escribi=F3:
> Anybody have any specific issues they would like to see solved before a
> near-term release?
> I would like to try and get this includeURL issues resolved, and a couple=
> other little nits in myself. Is there anyone that is using includeURL,
> callMethodOfServlet, or forward() that has not had any trouble understand=
> what they did, or getting them to work as expected for more than one type=
> What if we shoot for bug fixes and other issues this week. Addressing onl=
> issues which either have had relatively straightforward patches posted, o=
> been recently discussed (i.e.: the includeURL issue).
> Next Sunday or Monday we roll a release candidate together and create a
> support branch in CVS for the release, putting the release candidate on t=
> home page.
> We only accept direct bug fixes on the release candidate branch, no
> alteration in functionality (i.e.: if we haven't already addressed the
> includeURL or psp-handler issues, then we would not introduce changes dur=
> the release-candidate phase because that has to do with interpreting what
> the correct behavior should be.)
> The following week, we can put up the release.
> Meanwhile, after the release candidate is in, because we've branched in C=
> we could be more aggressive about addressing some of the other issues whi=
> may be "nice-to-haves" or may be bugs or patches that have been reported,
> but have not had a direct effect on any of the developers.
> Another strategy would be to pick a target release date for the next majo=
> release, and schedule a target pre-release prior to that to let things
> I am willing to run a near-term release unless someone else wants to do i=
> But I would require some feedback and review on both the release strategy=
> and what is going in at the last minute, as well as an agreement/consensu=
> on any further changes we might want for this release.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Geoffrey Talvola [mailto:gtalvola@...]
> > Sent: Monday, January 13, 2003 7:55 AM
> > To: 'Stuart Donaldson'; Webware devel
> > Subject: RE: [Webware-devel] Moving towards a release.
> > Stuart Donaldson [mailto:stu@...] wrote:
> > > Should we just jump in and make some of these changes? Or=20
> > should we=20
> > > perhaps advertise a period where the CVS trunk may be a little less=20
> > > stable? Should we put up an interim snapshot tarball?
> > We could also just cut a release right now, with what's in=20
> > CVS. There are a
> > few things not working quite right and a lot more refinements=20
> > we want to
> > make but no showshoppers that I know of.
> > At least that'd give us a news item to put on the Webware=20
> > home page :-)
> > - Geoff
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