[ptl][release] Re: [stable][EM] Extended Maintenance - Queens
sean.mcginnis at gmx.com
Thu Oct 24 17:12:38 UTC 2019
One final last call for stable/queens. Tomorrow I will be proposing patches to
mark all deliverables as Extended Maintenance by adding a queens-em tag. After
this point, there will be no more official releases for any queens
I took another quick look at unreleased commits today, and there are a few
projects that still have some things that might be good to release. As
mentioned though, downstream consumers can always pick these up as needed once
we are past the point of doing official community releases.
Some things do not need to be released. Things like CI job changes, internal
documentation, and testing fixes are all good, but not something that needs to
be delivered in a "release" of that project. Bug fixes, translations,
requirements updates, etc., though are useful things.
> The date for Queens to transition to Extended Maintenance is next week. Late in
> the week we will be proposing a patch to tag all deliverables with a
> "queens-em" tag. After this point, no additional releases will be allowed.
> I took a quick look through our stable/queens deliverables, and there are
> several that look to have a sizable amount of patches landed that have not been
> released. Elod was super nice by including all of that for easy checking in 
> As part of Extended Maintenance, bugfixes can (and should) be cherry-picked to
> stable/queens. But once we enter Extended Maintenance, there won't be any
> official releases and it will be up to downstream consumers to pick up these
> fixes locally as they need them.
> So consider this a last call for stable/queens releases.
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