[Numpy-discussion] Wanted: new release manager for 1.5 and above
patrickmarshwx at gmail.com
Sat Jan 16 11:45:21 EST 2010
I think all of this makes perfect sense, and I'm willing to commit to at
least the next 2 years. I'm glad to hear there will be some help initially,
as I know I will need some spinup time/help. I'm currently out of town and
away from my macbook pro, but when I get back I'll try to set up a build
environment on it. In the mean time I'll work on setting up a build
environment on my windows machine as practice.
I look forward to working more closely with everyone. It's about time I
started giving back!
On Sat, Jan 16, 2010 at 3:40 AM, Jarrod Millman <millman at berkeley.edu>wrote:
> First I want to give David Cournapeau a big thank you for all his hard
> work as release manager for the last few years. It is a lot of work
> and he has done a great job managing the releases (not to mention all
> the work he has done as one of the primary developers).
> I also want to thank Patrick Marsh and Ralf Gommers for stepping up to
> the plate and volunteering to help with the next release. I would
> like to ask you both to consider committing to managing the next few
> releases. I believe managing the releases takes some skills, which
> you will develop over a few releases. It will be much better for the
> community and for the project if we can have some consistency over the
> release process. I know David is willing to help you with at least
> the first release and I am happy to help as well.
> One of the things that both David and I would really like to see is
> finally moving to a time-based release. Both of us had moved in the
> direction of a time-based release and I think David had more success
> than I did.
> Ideally I would like to see the two of you commit to two years as
> release managers. So if we move to a time-based release every 6
> months, then you would be responsible for 4 releases.
> As release managers, you will be responsible for keeping an eye of the
> trunk and making sure that it stays in a healthy releasable state. It
> would be great if you could work on improving the testing
> infrastructure and coverage. You will need to keep a good line of
> communication with the developers and keep everyone focused on the
> release date. You will also need to help write the release notes and
> build the binaries.
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