release team proposal
Klaus D. Witzel
klaus.witzel at cobss.com
Thu Nov 23 16:12:39 UTC 2006
On Thu, 23 Nov 2006 13:06:00 +0100, Ralph Johnson wrote:
> Here is the proposal I sent to the Squeak board.
> The Squeak 3.10 release team is going to focus on developing a simple,
> visible and reliable process for creating new releases.
> The alpha 3.10 release will have an image and a set of core packages.
> Current members of the release team are Ralph Johnson and
> Edgar J. De Cleeene.
Ralph and Edgar,
I appreciate your initiative and would like to know more about what you
consider to be a core package and, what is the resulting image when you
subtract all the core packages. Do I have to understand this being based
on a kernel image and, what about Pavel's kernel image?
> The current process plan is that all requests for change would go
> through Mantis.
> There will be a Montecello repository of all
> the changes so that everything we do will be repeatable.
This has to be applauded for it will create records for Squeak's history.
> Each bug fix would have a test that shows the bug
> and that shows that it is fixed.
What about non-bugs, like for example performance issues. Or do you count
them to the bug category.
I'm just curious and try to find out what support you may need.
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