Everyone did a fantastic job and I think we had fun! I know I did. I'm just
sorry that I could only stay for 2.5 hours while others were still working
George did a great job getting things organized and also fixing issues of
his own! Superstar :)
We will have to do this again.
On Fri, Sep 14, 2012 at 6:08 AM, <ggastald(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi Everyone !
> The Forge Hack was an outstanding event! People really dug into the code
> and made things happen. In only 2 hours, we could solve 4 annoying bugs!
> These are the issues resolved during the event:
> FORGE-217 - George Gastaldi
> FORGE-660 - Ivannov
> FORGE-416 - Ricardo Martinelli
> FORGE-663 - Ivannov
> Many thanks to Lincoln Rockstar Baxter for the guidance on some nasty
> issues. I would also like to specially thank three very competent
> contributors who did their best to solve the issues (not in order of
> importance, because they all rock):
> - Ivan St. Ivanov
> - Ricardo Martinelli Oliveira
> - Jevgeni Zelenkov
> These guys are true Forge Heroes! I wish them only the best!
> Due to lack of time, some people couldn't finish their assigned JIRAs on
> time. No problem on that.
> If you feel that the issue you're working on is that important to be
> included in the next version, we can discuss that in a Hangout if necessary.
> If everything goes well, we expect to release 1.0.7.Final next week (Huge
> Features included ! Stay tuned !).
> And also, be prepared for another Forge Hack Night ! The "Golden Anvil"
> achievement (IRC joke) is waiting for you! I'd love to hear for suggestions
> on how we can improve this event even more.
> Best Regards,
> *George Gastaldi* | *Senior Software Engineer*
> JBoss Forge Team
> Red Hat
Lincoln Baxter, III
"Simpler is better."