[cosmo-dev] Cosmo 0.11 plans
mikeal at osafoundation.org
Mon Dec 3 13:37:38 PST 2007
Follow up question.
Is there any feature work in the current 0.11 bucket, or is it all/
mostly bug fixes?
On Dec 3, 2007, at December 3, 20071:30 PM, Travis Vachon wrote:
> I'll be able to finish my current 0.11 "major" bugs by the end of
> this week. Ideally I'll also be able to grab some of Matthew's
> majors as well. I'll know better once I work out the rest of these
> unicode issues (IE is not cooperating at the moment), hopefully by
> end of day today or early tomorrow.
> On Dec 3, 2007, at 12:42 PM, Mikeal Rogers wrote:
>> How close is 0.11 from being done?
>> I agree completely with what you've said, but I remember throwing
>> some relatively critical bugs in to the 0.11 bucket, so I'm
>> wondering if it was possible to push out a release of 0.11 by the
>> end of this week then we should just go for it and have this big
>> test writing push next week instead.
>> Adam and I are also finishing a new windmill release, which
>> includes a huge rework of the cosmo test structure. It would be
>> nice to have that done before more people jump in and the new
>> features (test dependencies) will really help test authors work on
>> individual feature tests.
>> On Dec 3, 2007, at December 3, 200712:29 PM, Ted Leung wrote:
>>> It looks like we will be releasing Cosmo 0.10 today. For
>>> sometime now, we've been trying to give QA some time to catch up
>>> on various things, but we never seem to quite be able to do
>>> that. I'd like to make one more try at doing this before we look
>>> at other ways to get back on a predictable schedule. Here's my
>>> proposal: People take the next week and spend it writing test
>>> cases for parts of the system that they feel are under tested.
>>> At the end of this week, we'll start the process of releasing 0.11.
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