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From Glen Daniels <gdani...@macromedia.com>
Subject RE: Today's IRC log
Date Wed, 27 Nov 2002 17:20:54 GMT

OK by me.  If we don't get any -1's, I'll build and post 1.1beta on Monday.

--Glen

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tom Jordahl [mailto:tomj@macromedia.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, November 27, 2002 11:10 AM
> To: 'axis-dev@xml.apache.org'
> Subject: RE: Today's IRC log
> 
> 
> 
> I am not opposed to a 1.1 alpha/beta. (a.k.a +1)
> Build/ship it on Monday?  Then set a schedule for 1.1 final.
> 
> --
> Tom Jordahl
> Macromedia
> 
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Steve Loughran [mailto:steve_l@iseran.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 26, 2002 5:57 PM
> To: axis-dev@xml.apache.org
> Subject: Re: Today's IRC log
> 
> 
> -couldnt make the IRC; tuesday am is one of my weekly 
> meetings, and next
> week I'm off-line for the whole of the day.
> 
> The key points from the log are axis1.1 is the current bugfix 
> version; big
> changes come out in 1.2. Seems ok to me.
> 
> There are advantages in cutting a 1.1alpha and making it 
> available real
> soon; axis-users can get an early drop and find any 
> regressions we have
> slipped in. If we go straight to final, something will burn 
> us. Actually
> something will burn us no matter what, but that's just a fact of life.
> 
> once a timeline is agreed, we should communicate to axis-user.
> 
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Glen Daniels" <gdaniels@macromedia.com>
> To: "'Axis-Dev (E-mail)'" <axis-dev@xml.apache.org>
> Sent: Tuesday, November 26, 2002 14:01
> Subject: Today's IRC log
> 
> 
> 
> > [13:11] <tjordahl> Schedule for 1.1 and release manager?
> > [13:12] <GlenD> Next week we'll schedule a call and go over 
> the list and
> see where we're at.
> > [13:12] <davanum> Schedule: How about before christmas?
> > [13:12] <GlenD> Criteria for 1.1 first, maybe.  Are we good 
> with releasing
> the current codebase, or should we wait for the bug scrub?
> > [13:12] <GlenD> Oh, before Xmas should be OK, I would think.
> > [13:13] <GlenD> I can release manage.
> > [13:13] <davanum> Glen: I think we should bring down the 
> bug count to
> around 60-70...
> > [13:13] <tjordahl> Do we need a beta or RC?  OR shuld we 
> just cut a 1.1
> and ship it.
> > [13:14] <davanum> Cut 1.1 directly.
> > [13:14] <GlenD> I think we can just cut 1.1 and ship it 
> when we think it's
> ready, personally.
> > [13:14] <GlenD> We can always do a 1.2 (release early and often)
> > [13:14] <davanum> yep.
> > [13:14] <DaveChapp> What's the rush to get it out before XMas?
> > [13:14] <GlenD> Holiday shoppers.
> > [13:15] <GlenD> Oh, wait....
> > [13:15] <GlenD> "The perfect gift for your Java geek friends!"
> > [13:15] <davanum> Dont' want 3 months before releases...
> > [13:15] <GlenD> Seriously, I think before the end of the 
> year would be
> nice, and that means before XMas, realistically.
> > [13:16] <tjordahl> It would sync up with some stuff 
> interally.  But mainly
> its to get users using a bug fixed release post-1.0
> > [13:16] <DaveChapp> Always a good idea.  Nobody dares to use a 1.0
> product.
> > [13:16] <tjordahl> There is alrady lots of stuff we are 
> telling people to
> check in the nightly's.
> > [13:16] <tjordahl> (Faults, doc/lit WSDL, headers, etc)
> > [13:16] <GlenD> Plus that servlet thingy
> > [13:16] <davanum> Remember we need to run TCK Test 
> Harnesses again :(
> > [13:17] <GlenD> good reasons to ship soon
> > [13:17] <GlenD> yup
> > [13:17] <tjordahl> Did Sam every get that automated and passing?
> > [13:17] <tjordahl> s/every/ever/
> 
> I have diverged my buildTest.xml and httpunit somewhat, but 
> am leery of
> committing as things arent full functional.
>     -httpunit is moved into place for automated execution
>     -but it is excluded from the functional tests as somehow 
> TcpListener
> gets involved and bad things happen. Probably configuration 
> or something.
>     -also added proxy support for all tests
>     -offline is in there, but the patterns arent working yet
>     -I need to move AxisTestBase
> 
> In terms of other bugs I'd address
>     1. look at the wsdl i18n issues; should be a matter of 
> declaring the
> encoding
>     2. simon fell mentioned way back that some sizes of 
> attachments dont
> work
>     3. I'd like to start a configuring.html doc listing the 
> options for
> global server config
>     4. Come up with a nice way of omitting the stack trace 
> from exceptions,
> by default.
>     5. add a cover doc to the ant tasks (one that has 
> examples, talks about
> <mapping>)
> 
> -Steve
> 
> ps: is there a checklist of all that is done for a release? 
> I've attached
> the ant one that could be taken and changed. Shorter 
> intervals, more mention
> of interop testing, different mail lists &c.
> 
> 

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