[openstack-dev] [release] Last day for releases for non-client libraries (Re: [release] Release countdown for week R-6, 22-26 Aug)
davanum at gmail.com
Thu Aug 25 13:45:37 UTC 2016
Please see below... deadline is today!
"The last day for releases for non-client libraries will be 25 Aug.
File your release request in time to have the release done on the
On Thu, Aug 18, 2016 at 1:22 PM, Doug Hellmann <doug at doughellmann.com> wrote:
> We're approaching feature freeze deadline so teams should be wrapping
> up feature development as we approach the final milestone 29 Aug -
> 2 Sept.
> General Notes
> The upcoming third milestone marks the start of several freezes in
> our release cycle to let us shift our focus to bug fixes and generally
> hardening the release.
> The general feature freeze allows teams to wrap up Newton and start
> thinking about Ocata planning.
> We freeze releases of all libraries and changes to requirements
> between the third milestone and the final release to give downstream
> packagers time to vet the libraries. Only emergency bug fix updates
> are allowed during that period, not releases for FFEs.
> We start a soft string freeze at the milestone to give translators
> time to catch up with the work that has already been done this
> cycle. A hard string freeze will follow two weeks later at R-3.
> Release Actions
> The last day for releases for non-client libraries will be 25 Aug.
> File your release request in time to have the release done on the
> Review the members of your $project-release group in gerrit, based
> on the instructions Thierry sent on 15 Aug. You may not be able to
> merge patches during the release candidate period if the group
> membership is not set correctly.
> Important Dates
> Library release freeze date Aug 25.
> Newton 3 milestone, Sept 1.
> Newton release schedule: http://releases.openstack.org/newton/schedule.html
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