Easing into code freeze?

Colin Clark colin.clark at utoronto.ca
Mon Dec 15 06:58:19 UTC 2008

Hi Justin,

I have an idea that I wanted to float past you and others in the  

This has been a whirlwind of a bug parade; Infusion 0.6 is packed full  
of new features and bug fixes. As part of our process, we've been  
careful to make sure each commit gets peer reviewed before being  
accepted. Lots of interesting questions, and a few potential side  
issues, have been raised throughout these reviews.

Given this, I'm wondering if it might be a good idea to transition a  
bit more gradually into the code freeze period for Infusion 0.6. This  
would give us a bit of extra time to continue to review code, discuss  
the questions that have arisen, and address any final, minor issues  
we've identified.

So, to do this, I'm thinking we would extend bug parade by one more  
day (Monday), and then delay the 0.6 release by a day to give the QA  
testers enough time to freeze and test. What do you think?


Colin Clark
Technical Lead, Fluid Project
Adaptive Technology Resource Centre, University of Toronto

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