[libvirt] Preparing for next release 0.9.5

Daniel Veillard veillard at redhat.com
Fri Sep 2 11:25:28 UTC 2011

On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 07:00:44PM +0800, Daniel Veillard wrote:
>   To try to keep good habits and stay predictable I would suggest to
> enter development freeze this week-end to plan an upstream release on
> Friday 2nd Sep or early the following week.

  Well clearly I didn't follow on my initial proposal. The main reason
is that there is still way too much work started but not finished that
I would like to see land in 0.9.5, the 2 biggest ones are Eric set
of patches for snapshots and USB inprovements from Marc-André. Seems to
me that this and other additions are getting ripe and should be pushed
now, then let's enter the freeze.
  I still need to review the USB patch set for example, I hope we can
te all of this in by Monday, then enter the freeze. Depending on how it
goes 0.9.5 could then go out at the end of the week, or in the following
week if we are hitting issues.

  As usual, if people have sent patches which were 'forgotten' or ACK'ed
but not pushed please, send a mail or rebased versions again to make
sure it goes in or at least got a review :-)

  thanks in advance !


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