FINAL REMINDER: JavaFX 16 RDP1 starts tomorrow [was: Proposed schedule for JavaFX 16]
kevin.rushforth at oracle.com
Wed Jan 6 13:06:49 UTC 2021
As a reminder, RDP1 starts tomorrow. I will fork the 'jfx16' branch at
On 12/18/2020 9:13 AM, Kevin Rushforth wrote:
> As a reminder, RDP1 for JavaFX 16 starts on January 7, 2021 at 16:00
> UTC (08:00 Pacific time). Given the upcoming holidays, that's a little
> over 1 working week from now.
> During rampdown of JavaFX 16, the "master" branch of the jfx repo will
> be open for JavaFX 17 fixes.
> New features currently targeted to JavaFX 16 should be retargeted to
> JavaFX 17.
> We will follow the same process as previous releases for getting fixes
> into JavaFX 16 during rampdown. I'll send a message with detailed
> information later, but candidates for fixing during RDP1 are P1-P3
> bugs (as long as they are not risky) and test or doc bugs of any
> priority. Some small enhancements might be considered during RDP1, but
> they require explicit approval; the bar will be high for such requests.
> -- Kevin
> On 10/9/2020 6:21 AM, Kevin Rushforth wrote:
>> Here is the proposed schedule for JavaFX 16.
>> RDP1: Jan 7, 2021 (aka “feature freeze”)
>> RDP2: Jan 28, 2021
>> Freeze: Feb 18, 2021
>> GA: March 9, 2021
>> We plan to fork a jfx16 stabilization branch at RDP1. The GA date is
>> expected to be one week ahead of JDK 16, matching what we did for 15.
>> As was done for the previous release, the start of RDP1, the start of
>> RDP2, and the code freeze will be 16:00 UTC on the respective dates.
>> Please let Johan or me know if you have any questions.
>> -- Kevin
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