openjdk8u212 and openjdk11.0.3 code freeze/rampdown dates
hohensee at amazon.com
Thu Mar 14 18:59:22 UTC 2019
Thanks, that clarifies things for me.
On 3/14/19, 2:29 AM, "Lindenmaier, Goetz" <goetz.lindenmaier at sap.com> wrote:
> There are two 11.0.3 tags in jdk11u-dev,
Please note that it is jdk11u that is tagged, the changes are thereafter merged
to jdk11u-dev, so the tags happen to show up there, too.
jdk11u-dev contains changes targeted to 11.0.4.
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> Subject: [DMARC FAILURE] openjdk8u212 and openjdk11.0.3 code
> freeze/rampdown dates
> 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.
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