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*Team development.
 
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*Prerequisite dependencies finalized and in the builds.
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*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 ==
 
== Wednesday ==
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*Team development
 
*Team development
 
*Weekly candidate build produced (roughly midnight EST) and [[WTP Smoke Test Results | smoke test wiki page]] created.
 
*Weekly candidate build produced (roughly midnight EST) and [[WTP Smoke Test Results | smoke test wiki page]] created.
:-Once this build is created, teams should not commit any more changes until the build is declared.
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:-Once this build is created, teams should not commit <b><i>any</i></b> more changes until the build is declared.
  
 
== Thursday ==
 
== Thursday ==

Revision as of 15:54, 17 January 2007

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
  • Weekly candidate build produced (roughly midnight EST) and smoke test wiki page created.
-Once this build is created, teams should not commit any more changes until the build is declared.

Thursday

  • 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.

Friday

  • Team development continues.


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