3 Replies Latest reply on Feb 26, 2007 9:32 AM by Tom Baeyens

    ready for release ?

    Tom Baeyens Master

      david,

      can you prepare the console in HEAD so that i can do a release tomorrow ?

      a quick test today showed no immediate problem.

      please also include a small update on your status and feeling towards a 3.2.GA in 2 weeks from now ? do you think you can achieve production ready quality by that time ?

        • 1. Re: ready for release ?
          David Lloyd Master

          It should be all ready for beta release now, unless there are remaining problems that I am not aware of. Two weeks should be fine, I'll focus on testing for that time period.

          • 2. Re: ready for release ?
            Edward Staub Expert

            It's very hard to get any sense of what 3.2 reality is from Jira.

            There are 32 unresolved issues, and the release date is pegged at 2/16/07, a week ago.

            How should folks try to understand what to expect, and when? Is code inspection of the latest check-ins the only viable method?

            For myself, I have particular interest in JBPM-152 (http://jira.jboss.com/jira/browse/JBPM-152).

            Thanks,
            -Ed Staub

            • 3. Re: ready for release ?
              Tom Baeyens Master

               

              "estaub" wrote:
              It's very hard to get any sense of what 3.2 reality is from Jira.

              There are 32 unresolved issues, and the release date is pegged at 2/16/07, a week ago.

              How should folks try to understand what to expect, and when? Is code inspection of the latest check-ins the only viable method?

              For myself, I have particular interest in JBPM-152 (http://jira.jboss.com/jira/browse/JBPM-152).

              Thanks,
              -Ed Staub


              please check out 3.2.Beta2. It contains a set of ejb's packaged in a .ear in the deploy directory. you should be able to get that deployed into jboss (docs for that are still in the making). Please give us feedback on that so that we get a better sense of the quality of the enterprise beans and their usability.

              regards, tom.