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From "Zeolla@GMail.com" <zeo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [DISCUSS] next release proposal
Date Tue, 04 Apr 2017 18:15:01 GMT
How far out is the management UI?

Jon

On Tue, Apr 4, 2017, 2:09 PM Matt Foley <mattf@apache.org> wrote:

> Hi all,
> Although it’s only been a few weeks since the last release was finally
> published, that process started in January :-)
> Also, the last commit in 0.3.1 was Feb 23, and there’s been a ton of
> really cool new stuff added since then:
>
> Biggest items:
> - Multiple commits for REST API (base Jira: METRON-503)
> - Multiple commits to work with Kerberized (secure) clusters (mult. Jiras)
>
> Other major new features:
> - METRON-690: DSL-based sparse time window specification for Profiler
> - METRON-733: Remove Geo db from ParserBolt
> - METRON-686: Record rule set that fired during Threat Triage
> - METRON-743: Sort files when reading results from Pcap
> - METRON-701: Triage metrics produced by Profiler
> - METRON-744: Stellar external functions loaded from HDFS (and huge
> speed-up for function resolution)
> - METRON-694: Index errors from Topologies, and
> - METRON-745: Create Error dashboards
> - METRON-712: Separate eval from parse in Stellar
> - METRON-765: Add GUID to messages
> - METRON-793: Updated to storm-kafka-client spout
>
> We’ve also had numerous bug fixes, docs improvements, and improvements to
> deployment tools (docker, ansible, mpack, quickdev, and fulldev).
>
> I think the REST API and Kerberization, by themselves, would justify a
> release.  Along with the others, I’d like to propose that we make a release
> soon.  The time frame I had in mind was at the end of this week I could cut
> a release branch (so on-going work in master doesn’t get blocked) and start
> the process of generating an RC.
>
> What do you-all think?
> Also, what additional work do you think should be included in this
> release, and can it realistically get done by the end of this week?  The
> time frame is, of course, flexible at the pleasure of the community – but
> also, there will be another release in another couple months or so, so no
> need to rush stuff.
>
> Thanks,
> --Matt
>
>
> --

Jon

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