On Wed, 2007-10-24 at 16:39 -0700, Victor Stone wrote:
> On 10/24/07, Jon Phillips <jon@...> wrote:
> > This is super great VS...what is the progress and ETA on this? Also,
> > what about the re-merging of the cc5 branch onto trunk?
> I'll merge the branch into the trunk when it's done. Looks like about
> 9-12 weeks out...
> Current plan/reality:
Good to be real.
> 1. Few more weeks of churn (currently running about 30-50 checkins a day)
> 2. Request for feedback in about 2 weeks
> 3. Fold in feedback, continue working about another 2 weeks
> 4. Start alpha testing and creating new skins for developers including
> regression testing on previous installations (2/4 weeks)
> 5. Setup beta site for ccMixter, turn users loose on that
> 6. Fold in feedback/bugfixs (1 or 2 weeks)
> 7. Write code documentation (at least a week)
> 8. Write admin documentation (at least a week)
> 9. Make cch5 branch into the trunk, start beta/RC testing
> We should also seriously consider a 4.5 release on the current trunk
> so 4.x users can get the half dozen features (collab, social
> bookmarks, etc.) with a simple ?update=1 as opposed to completely
> horking their skins causing a minimum of a week of work.
Yes, agree...this is a good idea...would be good to rev up a 4.5
release, with focus on bugfixing and prep for massive 5 release...where
should that go in the mix? I'm pretty tied up until after NOV 02.
> If we do decide to do that we can add another week or 2 while I make
> sure the new features work with the current skin-simple and document
Yes, these don't work right now, as I found out on
openclipart.org...just haven't had time to file...ugh...I need
clonesss...but maybe that would be bad for the world ;)
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