[Angstrom-devel] [RFC] Sliding releases instead of one fixed date
k.kooi at student.utwente.nl
Tue Feb 10 16:53:26 CET 2009
On 10-02-09 15:55, Bernhard Guillon wrote:
> Koen Kooi wrote:
>> During the past year beagleboard support has leaped from 'unsupported'
>> to 'best supported machine in angstrom' and has seen a few 'demo'
>> releases (http://www.angstrom-distribution.org/demo/beagleboard/), but
>> since other machines aren't so well support the 2008.X release has
>> been moved to 2009.X. Unless we get a coordinated effort going between
>> all machine mentors and testers, it would seem likely that 2009.X will
>> get moved to 2010.X :(
>> My proposal is to have machine mentors be able to create an image at
>> any time (see previous RFC about using the online image builder for
>> that) and upload it to the 'release' area after testing.
>> It would also mean that mentors can build images and upload them to a
>> 'testing' area for people to test at anytime.
>> So, what do you all think about this?
> In my opinion we should keep a stable branch and release Images for all
Who's going to maintain a stable branch we create now? And who's going
to build all those images and upload those?
Let's not add feature creep to this proposal and discuss it as-is.
More information about the Angstrom-distro-devel