Code freeze: Not quite there

Colin Clark colinbdclark at
Fri Oct 2 22:23:36 UTC 2009

Hi all,

We're not quite there for code freeze yet, given the outstanding  
issues that are still left to review. We need to get this Infusion  
release out to our users, so everyone is expected to lend a hand in  
wrapping up these final issues on Monday morning. We'll leave the  
Engage 0.1 code freeze until after Infusion is take care of.

Here's a quick summary of the Infusion issues still left to complete:

Needs fixing:
1. FLUID-3210: Remove final-report specific text and links from Demo  
   * We still need to freeze the final report site and put it at a  
stable URL  [Michelle]
   * Remove the "go back" header from the demo portal [Jacob]
2. FLUID-3121: Reorderers confuse handling of 'container' as selector/ 
element [Antranig]

Needs review:
1. FLUID-3215: Infusion Builder: Clearer indication when a user has  
successfully submitted [Jacob]
2.  FLUID-3157: Add complex accessibility features to Builder
   * This was only partially reviewed. We need to finish the review  
3. FLUID-3197: Add keyboard navigation and ARIA roles to the demo  
portal [Colin]
4. FLUID-3131 and FLUID-3122: New Image Reorderer [Antranig]

Outstanding Release management tasks:
1. FLUID-3195: Turn off debug mode
2. FLUID-3194: screen source files for DOS line ending
   * Laurel, Jacob, or Justin, can any of you update us on the status  
of this work? Has it started?
3. FLUID-3192: Check licenses and copyrights
   * Laurel, what's the status of this one? What work still needs to  
be done? Are you confident in the accuracy of your patches?
4. FLUID-2724: Verify dependencies for components
   * Each component lead(s) need to do this. That means YOU!
5. FLUID-3222: Change Infusion trunk's version number from 1.2 back to  
1.1 in preparation for the Infusion 1.1.2 release

The other release management tasks can be closed, with the exception  
of FLUID-3211 which can be done during the QA phase by the release  

Please don't hesitate to get in touch with Justin or me if you have  
questions about what needs to be done or how you can help.


Colin Clark
Technical Lead, Fluid Project

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