[jboss-dev] M2 planning and timeline

Brian Stansberry brian.stansberry at redhat.com
Thu Dec 17 15:22:00 EST 2009

An integration freeze of Feb 1 for most libraries is fine, but to ensure 
we actually ship the AS in Feb I think we should shoot for an earlier 
cutoff for core stuff like MC/VDF/VFS/ProfileService. I'd be a lot more 
comfortable with January 15 for those. Even earlier if possible.

Ales, you mentioned on another thread today that you thought MC 2.2 
would be ready in a week or so. Could you commit to a January 8 date for 
getting it into AS trunk?

On 12/11/2009 04:02 PM, Jason T. Greene wrote:
> Hi Guys,
> Now that M1 is out lets talk about M2 and what can make the release. The
> tentative release plan we have talked about is a integration freeze on
> Feb 1, with an eventual freeze in late Feb. However, before we get more
> absolute dates we really need to nail down on what we aim to deliver in
> that time frame.
>   From an EE perspective it seems the following are close enough that
> they could make such a schedule:
> Full Servlet 3
> Full JPA 2
> Some EJB 3.1 capabilities (but which ones?)
> Other updates that have been proposed:
> - Inclusion of Remoting 3 (but full service porting to occur later)
> - Inclusion of HornetQ (need to understand more about the effort to migrate)
> If your project is on the above list, let me know what your schedule is
> like, and if it can fit the above timeline.
> If your project update is not on the list, but would like to have it
> included, and the above timeframe is workable, let me know.
> Thanks!

Brian Stansberry
Lead, AS Clustering
JBoss by Red Hat

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