vladd at bugzilla.org
Thu Jan 13 10:14:41 UTC 2005
Gervase Markham wrote:
> - Has it been around six months since our last release? No :-)
We never said that releases should be 6 months apart. We only talked
We could modify the plan and say that freezes happen 6 months after the
last release is out. So the time distance between releases would be 6
months + the time required for stabilization. This would still allow
time-based releases, but would prevent situations like this one. Just
> The only reason I can see to release 2.20 soon is because now is about
> the time we said we'd release it when we did the initial plan a year
> ago. There's a much-parodied but useful saying in my company: "A plan
> is a basis for change". So much has changed in the circumstances; is
> now not time to change the plan?
> If we are really planning to support every release for 18 months,
> having releases closer than 6 months apart would be horrible. I
> suggest that option c) is correct.
> We should unfreeze the trunk, check in all those patches which are
> waiting, and refreeze about four months after the date we release
> 2.18, aiming to release 2.20 six months after that date.
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