freeze plan for 0.9pre1 (WAS: Re: [Frugalware-devel] Testsuite results for 2008-05-01)

Gabriel C nix.or.die at googlemail.com
Thu May 1 14:41:25 CEST 2008


Miklos Vajna wrote:
> On Thu, May 01, 2008 at 06:46:28AM +0200, Frugalware Testsuite <noreply at frugalware.org> wrote:
>> ================================================================================
>> -current Testsuite Results
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> [PASSED] bigfiles
>> [PASSED] deps-base-i686
>> [PASSED] deps-extra-i686
>> [PASSED] deps-i686
>> [PASSED] deps-x86_64
>> [PASSED] deps-xorg-i686
>> [PASSED] docs-en
>> [PASSED] emptydirs
>> [PASSED] fpmcorrupt
>> [PASSED] fpminvalid
>> [PASSED] fpmjunk-i686
>> [PASSED] fpmjunk-x86_64
>> [PASSED] fpmmissing
>> [PASSED] groups
>> [PASSED] j2sdk
>> [PASSED] lib64
>> [PASSED] pacman-g1
>> [PASSED] pkgdup
>> [PASSED] porting-i686
>> [PASSED] python
>> [PASSED] sourceforge
>> [PASSED] srcjunk
>> [PASSED] srcmissing
>> [PASSED] up2date
>> [PASSED] xorg
>> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> TOTAL  =  25
>> PASSED =  25 (100%)
>> FAILED =  0 (0%)
> 
> that's good, now we are in a good state to propose some schedule for
> 0.9pre1:
> 
> - may  8 evening: latest release bumps
> - may  9 evening: upload snapshot net,cd1-2 isos to -current-iso for
>   testing
> - may 10 evening: update -testing
> - may 11 evening: final upload of the release isos
> - may 13 morning: release
> 
> hm?

Fine for me :)

I will test 64bit this time , just poke me right after you upload the isos while I don't
have any DVD's and nor all CD's for 64bit so I need dl all first before I can use rsync ;)


crazy


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