On Sat, Jul 21, 2012 at 6:23 PM, Tom Lane <tgl(at)sss(dot)pgh(dot)pa(dot)us> wrote:
> It looks like the most optimistic schedule we could possibly make,
> assuming no show-stopper bugs are reported, is:
> * Wrap beta3 on August 2 for release Monday Aug 6
> * RC1 two weeks later (release Aug 20)
> * 9.2.0 two weeks after that (release Sept 3)
> Now that schedule isn't actually going to work so far as the USA
> contingent is concerned, because Sept 3 is Labor Day. But we could
> figure that there's room for one week's slip in there, either for
> RC1 or final, giving us a release date of Sept 10.
> Again, this is assuming no major bugs are found to force more slippage
> or additional betas/RCs. But I think it's reasonable to shoot for
> If All Goes Well.
> Comments, objections?
Seems OK, but I think we need to work a little harder on evicting some
things from the list of open items. I don't think all of the things
listed in the blockers section really are, and I'm not sure what needs
to be done about some of the things that are there.
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