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From "Noel J. Bergman" <n...@devtech.com>
Subject RE: Next-Major and trunk: AGAIN (Was: [jira] Updated: (JAMES-663))
Date Wed, 22 Nov 2006 16:40:33 GMT
Norman Maurer wrote:

> Noel J. Bergman schrieb:
> > Now, let's consider next-major.  As far as I know, we agree that
> > the code in trunk will branch to be next-major.  BUT, we also
> > agree that there is code in trunk that may not survive the pruning.
> >  For example, perhaps none of the IMAP stuff survives to ship in
> > next-major.  We decide that in order to have a release in some
> > timeframe, everything else is stable enough, but not certain other
> > parts.  Those issues would be resolved in trunk, but *not* resolved
> > in next-major.  Do you understand now why I am making this point

> Well i now better understand your point.. But i not agree with you.
> if we remove some fixes from next-major or realize that its not
> fixed we should just remember changing JIRA.

"Remembering" is always a big problem.  The tool is supposed to do the remembering for us.

See also my comments to Vincenzo for more elaboration on why trunk != next-major for release
planning and labeling purposes.

	--- Noel

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