Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated -release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a - Samba

This is a discussion on Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated -release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a - Samba ; On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 01:17:21PM -0500, coffeedude@samba.org wrote: > The branch, v3-0-test has been updated > via cf9ef3a45b2cdd150ec77a811e3d4927c3bfbc85 (commit) > via 8dc4e979776aae0ecaa74b51dc1eac78a7631405 (commit) > via fd0ae47046d37ec8297396a2733209c4d999ea91 (commit) > from a7ad5189670d6497c958edc1a85e41ecb50df837 (commit) > > http://gitweb.samba.org/?p=samba.git...og;h=v3-0-test > > > - ...

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  1. Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated -release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a

    On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 01:17:21PM -0500, coffeedude@samba.org wrote:
    > The branch, v3-0-test has been updated
    > via cf9ef3a45b2cdd150ec77a811e3d4927c3bfbc85 (commit)
    > via 8dc4e979776aae0ecaa74b51dc1eac78a7631405 (commit)
    > via fd0ae47046d37ec8297396a2733209c4d999ea91 (commit)
    > from a7ad5189670d6497c958edc1a85e41ecb50df837 (commit)
    >
    > http://gitweb.samba.org/?p=samba.git...og;h=v3-0-test
    >
    >
    > - Log -----------------------------------------------------------------
    > commit cf9ef3a45b2cdd150ec77a811e3d4927c3bfbc85
    > Author: Gerald Carter
    > Date: Fri May 23 13:15:02 2008 -0500
    >
    > Set version in v3-0-test to 3.0.30-GIT
    >
    > commit 8dc4e979776aae0ecaa74b51dc1eac78a7631405
    > Author: Steven Danneman
    > Date: Wed May 7 13:34:26 2008 -0700
    >
    > spnego SPN fix when contacting trusted domains


    Are you going to port this to 3.2 / 3.3 or shall I do it ?

    Jeremy.


  2. Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated -release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a

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    Jeremy Allison wrote:
    > On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 01:17:21PM -0500, coffeedude@samba.org wrote:
    >> The branch, v3-0-test has been updated
    >> via cf9ef3a45b2cdd150ec77a811e3d4927c3bfbc85 (commit)
    >> via 8dc4e979776aae0ecaa74b51dc1eac78a7631405 (commit)
    >> via fd0ae47046d37ec8297396a2733209c4d999ea91 (commit)
    >> from a7ad5189670d6497c958edc1a85e41ecb50df837 (commit)
    >>
    >> http://gitweb.samba.org/?p=samba.git...og;h=v3-0-test
    >>
    >>
    >> - Log -----------------------------------------------------------------
    >> commit cf9ef3a45b2cdd150ec77a811e3d4927c3bfbc85
    >> Author: Gerald Carter
    >> Date: Fri May 23 13:15:02 2008 -0500
    >>
    >> Set version in v3-0-test to 3.0.30-GIT
    >>
    >> commit 8dc4e979776aae0ecaa74b51dc1eac78a7631405
    >> Author: Steven Danneman
    >> Date: Wed May 7 13:34:26 2008 -0700
    >>
    >> spnego SPN fix when contacting trusted domains

    >
    > Are you going to port this to 3.2 / 3.3 or shall I do it ?


    I'm working on it. You know me better than that.
    Everything has changed so Can't really cherry pick.


    jerry
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  3. Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated -release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a

    On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 02:49:23PM -0500, Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:

    > I'm working on it. You know me better than that.


    Yeah I do know you better. I just hate waiting :-).

    > Everything has changed so Can't really cherry pick.


    Ok, thanks !

    Jeremy.


  4. Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated -release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a

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    Jeremy Allison wrote:
    > On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 02:49:23PM -0500, Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
    >
    >> I'm working on it. You know me better than that.

    >
    > Yeah I do know you better. I just hate waiting :-).
    >
    >> Everything has changed so Can't really cherry pick.

    >
    > Ok, thanks !


    Done.


    btw....Karolin, can we now assume that *everything* in v3-2-test
    will be merged for release and not go through the step of asking
    you to pull into -stable? That it will just happen?



    jerry


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  5. Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated -release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a

    Jerry,

    On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 04:13:58PM -0500, Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
    > btw....Karolin, can we now assume that *everything* in v3-2-test
    > will be merged for release and not go through the step of asking
    > you to pull into -stable? That it will just happen?


    No, I would prefer to stick to the notification.
    My plan was to use v3-2-test as upcoming 3.2.1 and to pull only bug fixes
    to v3-2-stable (after proper notification).

    Are there any arguments against this strategy?

    Karolin

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  6. Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated- release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a

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    Karolin Seeger wrote:
    | Jerry,
    |
    | On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 04:13:58PM -0500, Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
    |> btw....Karolin, can we now assume that *everything* in v3-2-test
    |> will be merged for release and not go through the step of asking
    |> you to pull into -stable? That it will just happen?
    |
    | No, I would prefer to stick to the notification.
    | My plan was to use v3-2-test as upcoming 3.2.1 and to pull only bug fixes
    | to v3-2-stable (after proper notification).
    |
    | Are there any arguments against this strategy?

    It's you're call.





    cheers, jerry


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  7. Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated -release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a

    On Mon, May 26, 2008 at 10:13:19AM +0200, Karolin Seeger wrote:
    > Jerry,
    >
    > On Fri, May 23, 2008 at 04:13:58PM -0500, Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
    > > btw....Karolin, can we now assume that *everything* in v3-2-test
    > > will be merged for release and not go through the step of asking
    > > you to pull into -stable? That it will just happen?

    >
    > No, I would prefer to stick to the notification.
    > My plan was to use v3-2-test as upcoming 3.2.1 and to pull only bug fixes
    > to v3-2-stable (after proper notification).
    >
    > Are there any arguments against this strategy?


    Yeah :-). Most new development goes into 3.3,
    that branch has nicely separated out the new
    features problem.

    The fixes that go into 3.2-test people assume
    will be in the next 3.2 release.

    My vote would be to automatically pull 3.2-test
    into release without explicit notification.
    No one should be doing new feature/experimental
    work in that branch anyway, just bugfixes.

    Having the explicit notification step just
    allows people to forget.

    Jeremy.


  8. Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated -release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a

    Jeremy,

    On Mon, May 26, 2008 at 10:03:04AM -0700, Jeremy Allison wrote:
    > Yeah :-). Most new development goes into 3.3,
    > that branch has nicely separated out the new
    > features problem.
    >
    > The fixes that go into 3.2-test people assume
    > will be in the next 3.2 release.
    >
    > My vote would be to automatically pull 3.2-test
    > into release without explicit notification.
    > No one should be doing new feature/experimental
    > work in that branch anyway, just bugfixes.
    >
    > Having the explicit notification step just
    > allows people to forget.


    Ok, that is a possible solution, too.

    From my point of view, it would be very nice to have double checks of all
    patches which might go into v3-2-stable now. The main advantage of the
    notification is that developers can argue why this one should go into the
    final release (and I want arguments now! ;-). But of course it is possible
    to ask them before pulling the patches, too.

    But there is another point:
    I would have the chance to put patches which should be included in
    3.2.1, but not in 3.2.0 in v3-2-test. Testing would be much easier then...

    To clarify:
    v3-2-stable: 3.2.0rcX, final 3.2.0
    v3-2-test: upcoming 3.2.1
    v3-3-test: 3.3.0

    Do you agree?

    Karolin

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  9. Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated- release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a

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    Karolin,

    | But there is another point:
    | I would have the chance to put patches which should be included in
    | 3.2.1, but not in 3.2.0 in v3-2-test. Testing would be much easier then...
    |
    | To clarify:
    | v3-2-stable: 3.2.0rcX, final 3.2.0
    | v3-2-test: upcoming 3.2.1

    My only response is that if it is a bug fix credible
    for 3.2.1, why not include it in 3.2.0? I know that
    any change involves risk, but these should be low risk
    or obvious bug fixes anyways. Anything that is risky or
    questionable should be discussed and reviewed prior to
    being checked in. That is my philosophy at least.

    You can always "freeze" the v3-2-test tree a few days prior
    to release for escrow. Just announce that no more
    fixes will be pulled into v3-2-stable at that point.
    But developers should be confident that every thing in
    v3-2-test has been merged to -stable.




    cheers, jerry


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  10. Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated -release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a

    On Tue, May 27, 2008 at 07:41:24AM -0500, Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
    > My only response is that if it is a bug fix credible
    > for 3.2.1, why not include it in 3.2.0? I know that
    > any change involves risk, but these should be low risk
    > or obvious bug fixes anyways. Anything that is risky or
    > questionable should be discussed and reviewed prior to
    > being checked in. That is my philosophy at least.


    That's true for bug fixes, but there might be fixes for build warnings,
    new parameters and things like that which should be included in 3.2.1, but
    not in 3.2.0.

    I would like to pick up as little patches as possible after the first
    release candidate.

    > You can always "freeze" the v3-2-test tree a few days prior
    > to release for escrow. Just announce that no more
    > fixes will be pulled into v3-2-stable at that point.
    > But developers should be confident that every thing in
    > v3-2-test has been merged to -stable.


    I already noticed how well freezing works! ;-)

    Let me give an example:
    Jeremy's (sorry, Jeremy ;-) 79bda4467f3:
    The commit message: Re-enable the evil "aio write behind" parameter.

    I would not like to pick that one up automatically, because I don't
    understand why I should re-enable an evil parameter. That's why I asked
    Jeremy why this should be in v3-2-stable. What I mean is, the effort for
    the developers is the same as saying: Karolin, pick that one up, because...

    I would feel a little bit more comfortable with this procedure until 3.2.0 is
    out.

    Karolin

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  11. Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated- release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a

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    Karolin Seeger wrote:
    | On Tue, May 27, 2008 at 07:41:24AM -0500, Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
    |> My only response is that if it is a bug fix credible
    |> for 3.2.1, why not include it in 3.2.0? I know that
    |> any change involves risk, but these should be low risk
    |> or obvious bug fixes anyways. Anything that is risky or
    |> questionable should be discussed and reviewed prior to
    |> being checked in. That is my philosophy at least.
    |
    | That's true for bug fixes, but there might be fixes
    | for build warnings, new parameters and things like
    | that which should be included in 3.2.1, but not in 3.2.0.
    |
    | I would like to pick up as little patches as possible
    | after the first release candidate.

    Like I said before., it's your call.

    |> You can always "freeze" the v3-2-test tree a few days prior
    |> to release for escrow. Just announce that no more
    |> fixes will be pulled into v3-2-stable at that point.
    |> But developers should be confident that every thing in
    |> v3-2-test has been merged to -stable.
    |
    | I already noticed how well freezing works! ;-)

    You misunderstand. You tried to freeze v3-2-test. You can
    freeze v3-2-stable because no one can check into that except
    release managers.


    | Let me give an example:
    | Jeremy's (sorry, Jeremy ;-) 79bda4467f3:
    | The commit message: Re-enable the evil "aio write
    | behind" parameter.
    |
    | I would not like to pick that one up automatically, because
    | I don't understand why I should re-enable an evil parameter.

    That's why the RM has to trust developers to do the right
    thing and why developers have to act responsibly. If the release
    is brown bagged because a developer screwed up, it's their fault.
    Not yours. This is your game so you have to run it however
    you feel most comfortable. I'm only offering advice. The
    end decision is yours and everyone will back you up on it.






    cheers, jerry
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  12. Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated- release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a

    On Tue, May 27, 2008 at 09:11:19AM -0500, Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
    > |> You can always "freeze" the v3-2-test tree a few days prior
    > |> to release for escrow. Just announce that no more
    > |> fixes will be pulled into v3-2-stable at that point.
    > |> But developers should be confident that every thing in
    > |> v3-2-test has been merged to -stable.
    > |
    > | I already noticed how well freezing works! ;-)
    >
    > You misunderstand. You tried to freeze v3-2-test. You can
    > freeze v3-2-stable because no one can check into that except
    > release managers.


    Ok, then the two of you are talking about different things :-)

    As far as I understood Karolin this discussion is about the
    process how things go from 3-2-test to 3-2-stable.

    One assumption is that everything a developer put into
    3-2-test went into 3-2-stable automatically without explicit
    notice. This would mean 3-2-test is frozen for anything
    beyond strict bugfixing.

    The other assumption would be that 3-2-test is open for
    3-2-1 development already now. This means that pulling stuff
    into -stable needs an explicit notice.

    Or did I get anything wrong?

    Volker

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  13. Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated- release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a

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    Volker Lendecke wrote:

    >>
    >> You misunderstand. You tried to freeze v3-2-test. You can
    >> freeze v3-2-stable because no one can check into that except
    >> release managers.

    >
    > Ok, then the two of you are talking about different
    > things :-)


    No. We're not actually. We are talking about the same thing.

    > As far as I understood Karolin this discussion is about the
    > process how things go from 3-2-test to 3-2-stable.


    yup.

    > One assumption is that everything a developer put into
    > 3-2-test went into 3-2-stable automatically without explicit
    > notice. This would mean 3-2-test is frozen for anything
    > beyond strict bugfixing.


    yup again.

    > The other assumption would be that 3-2-test is open for
    > 3-2-1 development already now. This means that pulling stuff
    > into -stable needs an explicit notice.


    There is no 3-2-1 development I think. We only have biug fixes
    in v3-2-test from here on out right? Or possibly features backports
    I guess if everyone agrees first.

    I think the discussion has run its course. Karolin is RM and whatever
    she's decides to do is fine with me.



    cheers, jerry
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  14. Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated- release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a

    Volker Lendecke wrote:
    > The other assumption would be that 3-2-test is open for
    > 3-2-1 development already now. This means that pulling stuff
    > into -stable needs an explicit notice.


    Well, I thought that tere was no such thing as "3-2-1 development".
    To my understanding, everything to go into 3.2.X after 3.2.0rc1
    has to be strict bugfixing.

    Apart from that, I can understand Karolin being more comfortable
    with explicitly letting patches through. The alternative of
    freezing 3-2-test temporarily could be tried in a next release.
    But in that case, no-one can add patches to the release but

    On the other hand, with 3-2-test open for anyone, this can be
    understood as the platform for developers to publicly prepare
    their patches for the release.

    Well, as you said, Jerry, it is up to Karolin to decide.
    She'll see what works best over the next couple of releases!

    :-)

    Cheers - Michael

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  15. Re: [SCM] Samba Shared Repository - branch v3-0-test updated -release-3-0-29-4-gcf9ef3a

    On Tue, May 27, 2008 at 08:31:42AM +0200, Karolin Seeger wrote:
    > But there is another point:
    > I would have the chance to put patches which should be included in
    > 3.2.1, but not in 3.2.0 in v3-2-test. Testing would be much easier then...
    >
    > To clarify:
    > v3-2-stable: 3.2.0rcX, final 3.2.0
    > v3-2-test: upcoming 3.2.1
    > v3-3-test: 3.3.0
    >
    > Do you agree?


    Ok, works for me - thanks !

    Jeremy.


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