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From Jörg Schmidt <joe...@j-m-schmidt.de>
Subject Re: 4.1.4 Release Manager?
Date Thu, 15 Sep 2016 20:31:07 GMT
> From: Marcus [mailto:marcus.mail@wtnet.de] 

> > Why 12 months?
> > not a professional user of OO (for example, companies or 
> city authorities) is
> > usually more often than every 12 to 18 months to update, 
> because each update
> > requires administrative effort. Shortly cycles will be only 
> be used when safety
> > issues require mandatory.
> 
> normally I agree that we should releases too often. However, at the 
> moment we need to become familiar again with the release process.
> 
> For this it's not useable to try a release and wait many 
> months to learn 
> the next things.
> 
> Therefore, for the remaining weeks/months of this year we 
> should learn 
> as much as possible and do releases more often than in the 
> past. In the 
> next year we can come back to the "old" release schedule.

My opinion is *no* different.

Please read what Dave wrote, imho describe his points (1) and (2), the present,
and (3) the future. And the total said of (1)-(3) is (imho): short cycles now, but
reasonably long cycles in the future. 

(What is meant by future? I think approximate the time from the middle or end of
2017.)


Jörg


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