Releasing Alphas and Betas without "freezing"

Didier Roche didrocks at
Thu Jun 21 14:25:19 UTC 2012

Le 21/06/2012 14:34, Kate Stewart a écrit :
>> So, removing the milestone freeze is completely aligned with that vision.
> Challenge is that we don't have a good schedule of when the Unity drops
> are going to happen and what features are emerging when.  The other
> applications and products that work on top of Unity need to interface
> with it need to get synchronized in some way, so that effective system
> testing can occur.  Having predictable times when we plan to release an
> image is a forcing function, in that they at least keep us focused on
> making sure we have system testing going on and that the community
> flavors, that are part of the Ubuntu project, can system test their
> emerging bits on the evolving infrastructure with some degree of
> confidence.
Upstream is going through structural changes and having different people 
working on technical debts. All of those, despite multiple demands and 
priority requests for the distro is making hard to give a definitive 
answer at the moment, unfortunately.


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