openjdk8u212 and openjdk11.0.3 code freeze/rampdown dates
Andrew John Hughes
gnu.andrew at redhat.com
Mon Mar 11 08:06:02 UTC 2019
On 07/03/2019 20:04, Hohensee, Paul wrote:
> We’re roughly 6 weeks from when 8u211/212 and 11.0.3 will ship. There are two 11.0.3 tags in jdk11u-dev, but no 8u212 tags in the jdk8u-dev. There are 9 backports left on the u211/212 list. One is out for review (JDK-8180904/8077608 by Xin), one is unassigned (JDK-8213983), and one looks to be taken by Aleksey (JDK-8217305). I’m willing to do the remaining 6: they’re all pretty small. Just need jdk8u-fix-yes tags. :)
> I haven’t seen code freeze dates for non-embargoed patches candidates, but may have missed them going by. If they aren’t yet determined, it’d be excellent to have them so we can plan rampdown.
It'd be helpful if you could link to the list you're referring to, so
we're all the same page :)
Assuming this was , it's now down to 4 and I've just posted a review
I also pushed JDK-8164656 & JDK-7127191 as they were approved clean
Of the approved but pending push list , I plan to look at JDK-8189761
next which depends on JDK-8193764  being approved as a pre-requisite.
I'm also waiting on review & approval for JDK-8217753  and
I think that just leaves JDK-8217305, JDK-8213825, JDK-8180904 &
JDK-8077608. I think Aleksey is looking at the first two and you're on
the second two.
JDK-8213983 is the only unapproved bug on  and seems to be a Mac OS
issue. I think Aleksey has looked at it though, from the bug history.
As to a final freeze, I think we agreed the first of the embargo month,
so the 1st of April for 2019-04.
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