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BIRT PMC Minutes - Monday, June 1, 2009
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Monday, June 1, 2009 @ 10am Pacific.
- Wenfeng Li - BIRT PMC Lead - Actuate Corporation
- Paul Clenahan - BIRT PMC - Actuate Corporation
- Jason Weathersby - BIRT PMC - Actuate Corporation
- Scott Rosenbaum - BIRT PMC - Innovent Solutions
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- Mike Fox - BIRT PMC - IBM Corporation
BIRT 126.96.36.199 Development
A BIRT 188.8.131.52 Release Candidate was made available for download yesterday. The Community is encouraged to download the release and provide feedback.
The BIRT Project Plan for Release 184.108.40.206 has been published and lists the specific issues that we plan to address in this release.
BIRT 2.5 Development
BIRT 2.5 RC3 is due to release tomorrow, June 2. No issues to report and the release is tracking on schedule.
We do not plan to release any further New and Notable documents for the final Release Candidate builds. We will have a comprehensive New and Notable for the final release on June 24.
General Information for BIRT 2.5
BIRT 2.5 is the next major release of the BIRT project. It is part of the Galileo Simultaneous Release.
For details on the release, see the Eclipse BIRT Project Development Plan for 2.5. The Milestone schedule for the release is available in the timeline section of the Galileo Simultaneous Release page. BIRT is a +2 project in the Galileo release.
For a list of bugs assigned to this release, refer to: BIRT 2.5 Bugs assigned in Bugzilla
Webinar Series on BIRT Exchange:
BIRT Exchange has hosted a series of technical webinars on BIRT. For archived and other upcoming webinars see the Webinar Page on BIRT Exchange.
Other Upcoming Events:
- OSCON 2009 on July 20 - 24, 2009 - San Jose, California - Introduction to BIRT
BIRT articles are available on . Check BIRT Exchange regularly for new articles.
Tips and techniques, demos and other resources can also be found on the BIRT Exchange community site.