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On 1/8/13 11:52 AM, Stephan Kulow wrote:
On 08.01.2013 17:48, Jeff Mahoney wrote:
On 1/8/13 7:48 AM, Stephan Kulow wrote:
Are you aiming for 3.8 or will we stick with
3.7.X? Next week
I want to release Beta1 and it should have the correct code
line for the kernel. If your choice is 3.8, then we should go
to RC2 IMO.
We can do 3.8 if the the possibility of slipping the 12.3 release
date until after 3.8 goes final is on the table. The kernel
typically takes 90 days between releases and, ignoring any delays
due to the holidays, that puts the next release at approx 11 Mar.
As we've seen in past releases, peak instability is at -rc2
(which is already merged modulo Xen and the ext4 richacl support,
which needs upstream coordination and a path to convert existing
users if there are any). I've already merged the -rc2 kernel into
master, so that part is easy enough. It's the commitment on the
back end to be able to slip the schedule that's important.
Nah, that won't work then. GM is for 7 Mar - I don't want us to
put ourselves in Linus' hands, so we would need to release with a
RC with a promised final update. But that wouldn't be fair to
neither the kernel community or to our users, so then let's go with
a 3.7.X and change the devel project now.
I've just branched the kernel to openSUSE-12.3 (from before the
3.8-rc1 update and also grabbed the hyperv update from Olaf).
Michal, can we get that set up for KOTD building?
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