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Revision as of 11:31, 12 February 2009

Contents

Finding That Sweet WTP Build Rhythm

Monday

  • Team development.

Tuesday

  • Team development.
  • Prerequisite dependencies finalized and in the builds. (This is the goal, but note anyone can request a dependency be updated at any time by posting to wtp-releng@eclipse.org.)

Wednesday

  • Team development

Thursday

-Teams should not commit any more changes until the build is declared. Unless, of course, it is to fix a bug that is blocking declaration of the build. Such bugs should be well documented in a bugzilla and announced to wtp-releng as a "respin request" (even though, the build will run automatically).
  • Team's smoke test and report status on wiki page by 2 PM EST.
  • If a team needs to respin for a severe issue, the team may do so provided they report a failed smoke test status on the wiki and send a note to wtp-releng@eclipse.org with the defect number and explanation of which teams will need to re-smoke test the new build.
  • Discuss declaration of the weekly build during the WTP Status Call 2 PM EST.
  • In the event a re-build is required, then a new build must be complete by roughly 9 AM EST Friday.

Friday

  • Team development continues.
  • Final declare or not-declare decision to be made by 3 PM Friday (Eastern time). If the weekly build is really bad, we may not declare any build that week. In most cases, though, we will declare "with conditions" so potential consumers will know what to expect.