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==Purpose==
 
==Purpose==
 
This document defines a set of ''rampdown cycles'' for DTP 1.5. The goal is to ensure that DTP stability and completeness converges on the 1.5 release dates, while allowing mechanisms for changes as necessary. Since this document is about the rampdown, only cycles post DTP 1.5RC0 will be detailed below.
 
This document defines a set of ''rampdown cycles'' for DTP 1.5. The goal is to ensure that DTP stability and completeness converges on the 1.5 release dates, while allowing mechanisms for changes as necessary. Since this document is about the rampdown, only cycles post DTP 1.5RC0 will be detailed below.
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==Rampdown Cycle Phases==
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===Testing Pass===
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===Testing & Fix Pass===
  
 
==Rampdown Cycles==
 
==Rampdown Cycles==

Revision as of 12:13, 27 February 2007

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Status

2/27: This document is a draft and has not been reviewed/approved by the PMC.

Purpose

This document defines a set of rampdown cycles for DTP 1.5. The goal is to ensure that DTP stability and completeness converges on the 1.5 release dates, while allowing mechanisms for changes as necessary. Since this document is about the rampdown, only cycles post DTP 1.5RC0 will be detailed below.

Rampdown Cycle Phases

Testing Pass

Testing & Fix Pass

Rampdown Cycles

May 11: DTP 1.5RC0

  • Monday, May 14, through Friday, May 18: Testing Pass
  • Monday, May 21, through Friday, May 25: Testing & Fix Pass. All bugs must be approved by project lead, who must post bug list to dtp-dev.

May 28: DTP 1.5RC1

  • Monday, May 28, through Friday, June 1: Testing Pass
  • Monday, June 4, through Friday, June 8: Testing & Fix Pass. All bugs must approved by PMC. Committers should petition the dtp-pmc mailing list for approval and any community member should do the same for bugs that they feel should be addressed in DTP 1.5.

Additional RC Builds

Additional RC builds will be scheduled as necessary.