[arch-releng] 2009.01 release plan
gerbra at archlinux.de
Thu Jan 22 06:27:55 EST 2009
Am Tue, 20 Jan 2009 13:17:37 -0600
schrieb Aaron Griffin <aaronmgriffin at gmail.com>:
> On Tue, Jan 20, 2009 at 4:03 AM, Pierre Schmitz <pierre at archlinux.de>
> > Am Dienstag 20 Januar 2009 10:48:08 schrieb Gerhard Brauer:
> >> Again: i wan't 2009.01 released latest this friday. Do you (or the
> >> Devs) see anything against this?
> > Btw: the new kenerl is already in core; but yes, we should ask all
> > devs to stop psuhing new things to core until the iso is ready.
> > From my experience I would suggest the following:
> > * prepare an announcment/changelog
> > * build and test the isos
> > * Upload them till tomorrow
> > * create torrents (I could do that)
> > * Announce on friday (but make sure the isos are available on a
> > majority of our mirrors)
> I'm building the i686 ISOs right now. I will upload to gerolde in my
> home dir and give them to the private dev list for a quick beta test.
> When those are done, I will build the x86_64 versions
Aaron, would you make the announce of the Release Engineering Group and
the current status? So that users see: we are working, the next iso
release is near.
We could also say: only stopper ATM is FS#12867 (USB). But AFAIK that
bug must be not a total stopper for the ISOs, installation and
rescue/maintenance should be possible. Also we could apply your
mkinitcpio patch preventive.
(This is a bug in [core] and will affect to users only after
installation, but IMHO it don't belong to iso/installation process. We
could place a hint in ISO announce that **after** the installation new
users maybe could run in this bug - as our "old users" do...)
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