Future jdk9u updates & 9-critical-request

dalibor topic dalibor.topic at oracle.com
Wed Jan 31 13:04:52 UTC 2018

On 31.01.2018 13:01, Rob McKenna wrote:
> The intention here was to streamline the process. You can tell what
> backports have been requested by searching for the X-critical-request label
> (and its corresponding X-critical-approved) - understanding what has been
> committed (as opposed to merely approved) will require checking the
> repo for a changeset. (we've added a couple of links to the project page [2]
> to make this more obvious)

Yep, it's the new

Push Requests
[Requested] [Approved]

section on http://openjdk.java.net/projects/jdk-updates/ .

Speaking of which, I clicked through, but I didn't see a push approval 
request for https://bugs.openjdk.java.net/browse/JDK-8195685 there yet.

If Andrew Dinn hasn't done so already, I'd suggest starting with that 
step, per http://openjdk.java.net/projects/jdk-updates/approval.html .

I don't think that it hurts to file the request already, even though 
this thread is still ongoing.

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