[aerogear-dev] Roadmaps / release dates
kris at redhat.com
Wed Sep 19 10:27:45 EDT 2012
Android should not have a beta. I had a beta originally but was told to change to milestones in JS.
On Sep 19, 2012, at 8:49 AM, Matthias Wessendorf <matzew at apache.org> wrote:
> I am looking at polishing the iOS roadmap and did take a look at the
> roadmaps for Android and JS (see  and ).
> Personally I think they are kinda confusing, since they talk about
> different releases...
> The JS lib talks about:
> - 1.0.0.Alpha1 (and says release with AeroGear 1.0.0M5)
> - 1.0.0.M1 (and says release with AeroGear 1.0.0M6)
> - 1.0.0.M2 (and says release with AeroGear 1.0.0M7)
> - 1.0.0.CR1 (and says release with AeroGear 1.0.0CR)
> - 1.0.0.Final (and says release with AeroGear 1.0.0Final)
> While the Android lib talks about:
> - 1.0.0.Alpha1 (and says release with AeroGear 1.0.0M6)
> - 1.0.0.Alpha2
> - 1.0.0.Beta
> - 1.0.0.Final
> Not sure if it's helpful if the different libs use different terms
> (e.g. Alpha vs. milestone vs. beta)...
> What's clear (if I get it right) are the 'raw' release dates for the
> 'umbrella AeroGear' releases:
> - 1.0.0M6 ==> ~ mid Oct 2012
> - 1.0.0M7 ==> ~ mid Dec 2012
> - 1.0.0CR ==> ~ mid Feb 2013
> - 1.0.0Final ==> ~ mid Apr 2013
> (basically, every 8 weeks, right ?)
> What's also clear (IMO) is that these individual components do NOT
> need to match the exact 'release label' of the 'umbrella' AeroGear...
> But... not sure if they should at least kinda match a common
> 'semantic' (e.g. Milestone, Beta etc). I tend to say yes here...
> I want to know the 'labeling' because I am TRYING :) to identify
> reasonable pieces for the iOS library, to be released along the
> 'umbrella' AeroGear release, but got confused since Android has a beta
> and JS has 'only' milestones :)
> Any thoughts?
>  http://staging-aerogear.rhcloud.com/docs/planning/1.0.0/AeroGearAndroid/
>  http://staging-aerogear.rhcloud.com/docs/planning/1.0.0/AeroGearJS/
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