8u-dev unlocked for post-8u20 changes [was: IMPORTANT: Commit rules for next week's rampdown to M5]
kevin.rushforth at oracle.com
Tue Jun 24 00:25:59 UTC 2014
TO: ALL OPENJFX COMMITTERS
Testing and integration for the M5 build of 8u20 is done. As such,
8u-dev is open again for 8u40 changes. We are back to normal rules for
pushing to 8u-dev.
An 8u20 stabilization forest will be forked from 8u20-b20 shortly, so at
this point it will take JDK 8u20 release team approval to get anything
else into 8u20.
Kevin Rushforth wrote:
> As a reminder, only approved changes should be going in this week
> (with the noted exceptions). These rules are in effect until Monday,
> June 23 @ 1am, after which the repo is frozen for (in)sanity testing.
> It is likely to remain frozen for a bit longer than usual this time,
> but should open back up Monday evening if all goes well.
> -- Kevin
> Kevin Rushforth wrote:
>> TO: ALL JAVAFX DEVELOPERS
>> Next week is our ramp-down week for M5, which is the last milestone
>> before we fork the 8u20 stabilization repo. As a reminder, the
>> Milestone Week stabilization rules  are in effect for any
>> changesets pushed after 1am on Monday, June 16. This means no
>> post-commit reviews, and you need an extra "+1" from one of the leads
>> listed on the Wiki (the usual exception applies for javadoc changes
>> and changes that don't touch the shipping bits).
>> Given that this is the last milestone before 8u20 goes into its
>> end-of-the-release stabilization we are likely to be a bit more
>> strict than previous milestones about giving approval. Pretty much if
>> it isn't a regression or a serious bug, it will likely need to wait
>> for 8u40.
>> -- Steve & Kevin
>>  https://wiki.openjdk.java.net/display/OpenJFX/8u20
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