[ptl][release][stable][EM] Extended Maintenance - Stein

Előd Illés elod.illes at est.tech
Mon Nov 2 15:36:48 UTC 2020


Reminder: the planned date for Stein transition to Extended Maintenance 
is next Wednesday. If you have planned to do a final release, then it is 
a good time to do now.

Warning: Do not merge and release risky patches in a hurry! Remember 
that Stein will be open for further patches, the only thing is that 
there won't be further official, upstream release anymore.



On 2020. 10. 15. 10:55, Előd Illés wrote:
> Hi,
> As Victoria was released yesterday and we are in a less busy period, it
> is a good opportunity to call your attention to the following:
> In less than a month Stein is planned to enter into Extended
> Maintenance phase [1] (planned date: 2020-11-11).
> I have generated the list of *open* and *unreleased* changes in
> *stable/stein* for the follows-policy tagged repositories [2]. These
> lists could help the teams, who are planning to do a *final* release on
> Stein before moving stable/stein branches to Extended Maintenance. Feel
> free to edit and extend these lists to track your progress!
> * At the transition date the Release Team will tag the *latest* (Stein)
>   releases of repositories with *stein-em* tag.
> * After the transition stable/stein will be still open for bugfixes,
>   but there won't be any official releases.
> NOTE: teams, please focus on wrapping up your libraries first if there
> is any concern about the changes, in order to avoid broken releases!
> Thanks,
> Előd
> [1] https://releases.openstack.org
> [2] https://etherpad.openstack.org/p/stein-final-release-before-em

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