[Release Manager] API freeze for Reorderer

Colin Clark colin.clark at utoronto.ca
Mon Nov 12 20:08:54 UTC 2007

+1 for API freeze. Let's focus on squashing bugs and getting this  
release out the door!

For those of you who are interested, here's an in-progress document  
outlining the Reorderer's contract with the server:



Quoting Joseph Scheuhammer <clown at utoronto.ca>:

> All,
> The Fluid 0.1 release approaches.  As release manager, I would like to
> impose a freeze on the API for the Reorderer and Lightbox soon; ideally,
> by the end of today (Mon Nov 12).
> An API freeze means that we are not changing the contracts between the
> Reorderer /Lightbox and any clients.  Any such changes would happen
> after the release.
> This is *not* a code freeze in the sense that we are disallowing any
> changes to the code, quite the contrary.  There are a number of issues
> and bugs that we wish to resolve for this release.  Committing fixes to
> our source code repository for these is very much desirable (if not
> imperative).  Thus, changes that squash these bugs are welcome.  The
> current list of relevant bugs is at the bottom of the following document:
> http://wiki.fluidproject.org/display/fluid/Fluid+0.1+Release+Status
> If anyone objects to the timing of the API freeze, please speak up.
> Silence will be taken as acceptance.
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