[libvirt] Plan for next releases

Daniel Veillard veillard at redhat.com
Thu Nov 20 16:12:28 UTC 2014

  We are getting close to the end of the month and in theory we should
enter freeze around next week if we want to release 1.2.11 early Dec.
  - we have 'only' 150 commits since 1.2.10
  - December is usually heavilly truncated due to Xmas/etc... vacations
  - I'm actually on vacations next week and while I could try to push
    the release candidates while on the road it's not ideal

What about pushing the 1.2.11 release to around 15th December (maybe a
bit earlier) then push the following release to the last week of
January, just before FOSDEM so it's available then, and also because Feb
is really short.

  Opinions ? I'm tempted to do that '2 release in 3 months' trick, we
did that in the past for end of year,

   Any objections ?



Daniel Veillard      | Open Source and Standards, Red Hat
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