Marc G. Fournier wrote:
> On Fri, 28 May 2004, Bruce Momjian wrote:
> > Tom Lane wrote:
> >> "Marc G. Fournier" <scrappy(at)postgresql(dot)org> writes:
> >>> Off the top of my head ... the Installer and Service Manager come to mind
> >>> ... and Tom's fsync changes ...
> >>> Right now, I'd say feature freeze is looking more like next Friday (June
> >>> 4th), and we're evaluate it then ... that should hopefully give the above
> >>> time to flesh out and get into CVS ...
> >> I intend to be done with fsync by Monday, but I won't have any time to
> >> review these other patches until after that. So pushing feature freeze
> >> back a week sounds like a good idea to me too. We need enough time to
> >> make unhasty decisions about whether each of these features is ready
> >> enough to go into 7.5 (or whatever we call it).
> > Agreed, but I am concerned we are entering a period like we did with 7.3
> > where we delay things a week at a time rather than in one-month chunks.
> The *only* thing we are pushing back the beta for is so that the Win32
> stuff can be completed ...
> There is no reason why those working on the other features should be
> slowing down as a result that they think they might not make it, since
> even if they don't make it, it would be *really* nice to see the features
> added at the start of the next dev cycle ...
Reality check --- why should they keep going if the stuff if appication
is going to be months away, and these big features are going to change
CVS significanly anyway?
Let's be honest --- if they aren't going to make it, they will stop
working hard and do something else with their time.
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