1.3 release next steps

Richard Schwerdtfeger schwer at us.ibm.com
Thu Dec 23 18:29:55 UTC 2010

Hi Colin,

Can you point me to the mobile browser work on personalization that we
discussed on the Fluid site? I want to start looking at A4A Integration
through HTML 5 local data storage across domains. Last we spoke you
mentioned that the effort was in the design phase.

AfA v3 first public working draft should go out January or February.

I want to start look at this for our mobile IBM accessibility strategy and
of course GPII. It is time to start moving the ball. I need to look at Open
Social too.


Rich Schwerdtfeger
CTO Accessibility Software Group

From:	Colin Clark <colinbdclark at gmail.com>
To:	Fluid Work <fluid-work at fluidproject.org>
Cc:	"Michelle D'Souza" <mdsouza at ocad.ca>
Date:	12/22/2010 05:20 PM
Subject:	1.3 release next steps
Sent by:	fluid-work-bounces at fluidproject.org

Hey all,

We're in the home stretch for the Infusion 1.3 release. Here's what's left
to do:

1. Generate the release packages from the official 1.3 tag
2. Test them
3. Post them to the Web site
4. Update demo links and component progress indicators where necessary
5. Tag and deploy the Infusion Builder
6. Ensure the Builder is pointing to the official tagged version of
7. Test the Builder
8. Send out the announcement
9. Update the News section of the web site
10. Tweet about it
11. Go home for the holidays

It sounds like a long list, but these are all relatively simple tasks,
especially if we share them.


Colin Clark
Technical Lead, Fluid Project

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