Squeak Release Roadmap? (Was:Re: [squeak-dev] Notes from Release Team meeting 2)

Matthew Fulmer tapplek at gmail.com
Mon Mar 24 03:47:25 UTC 2008

On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 12:08:17AM +0000, Giovanni Corriga wrote:
> Matthew Fulmer ha scritto:
>> On Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 04:41:28PM +0000, Giovanni Corriga wrote:
>>> Igor Stasenko ha scritto:
>>>> We can divide things/initiatives onto subprojects and place this on a
>>>> web page. This will serve good both for historical and organizational
>>>> reasons.
>>>> This will help community (and newcomers) to be certain in what
>>>> direction we are moving and what most of us want to see in next
>>>> release.
>>> What would help even better is having a time-boxed release cycle, so that 
>>> the community and the other stakeholder can know in advance _when_ the 
>>> next release will happen (with some approximation, of course).
>> I'll try to do that. I think 4.0 could be ready in 2-3 months.
> Hmm, is that enough time for a proper alpha-beta-gamma cycle with 
> significant improvements to the image? Or are you suggesting that for 4.0 
> we simply move to an MIT-licensed Kernel Image, without further changes?

This topic has not yet been discussed, but my inclination is
just to get a relicense out as fast as possible, so that we can
join the conservancy and people like Randal can use squeak for
their business. This is a topic for the next meeting:

Matthew Fulmer -- http://mtfulmer.wordpress.com/

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