From: Pascal Robert <probert@ma...> - 2012-02-16 20:57:38
It seems lists.apple.com is having problems again, so I'm going to spam this list instead :-)
So, we are going to create a new branch in Wonder, that will be called "integration". In this branch, we will commit pull requests that we are unsure if it's breaking things. For example, updating the version of Prototype in the Ajax framework. This will allow us to test it, build it with Jenkins and make it available so that we can do "crowd testing". If after a couple of weeks, nobody reports problems, we will move the commits to "master".
In a related question, in the surveys a couple of you said that you want "stable releases" of Wonder. I would like a description of what a stable release of Wonder is. For example, Jenkins have a LTS version that is updated every 3 months instead of the current version who is updated every week. Is this what you want for stable? Does real release numbers is a necessity? Help us so that we can help you please :-)