Re: [Fwd: Scheduling the Bugzilla Upgrade]

Am Freitag, den 07.08.2009, 16:33 -0700 schrieb Max Kanat-Alexander:
> 	Hey there, release-team! Below you'll find two emails--one where I 
> propose a schedule for the upcoming release, and then another where I 
> give a bit more rationale for why I want to schedule it at that time.

I see only one email. :-)

> 	Is this schedule okay with you?

No releases, so I don't see any reason to postpone.
Another r-t member comment welcome.
(After that we should announce on devel-announce, gnome-infrastructure,
gnome-bugsquad and probably planet gnome.)


> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: Scheduling the Bugzilla Upgrade
> Date: Wed, 05 Aug 2009 05:25:41 -0700
> From: Max Kanat-Alexander <mkanat everythingsolved com>
> Organization: Everything Solved, Inc.
> To: gnome-infrastructure gnome org
> 	I was talking with bkor just now, and I think that we should schedule
> the Bugzilla upgrade for August 15-16. I will have a feature-complete
> test installation containing all of GNOME's data by this weekend or
> earlier, and I think 7 days is enough testing to shake out any critical
> issues before we go live.
> 	The upgrade itself will probably take roughly 6 hours. I plan to do
> some more exact timing on it soon, and I'll get back to you with more
> exact notes. I'll also outline a plan of action some time next week (or
> possibly earlier) detailing exactly how the upgrade will go.
> 	The upgrade shouldn't take the entire weekend, but it might be good to
> block it out in case something strange and dire happens that I totally
> am not predicting. It would be best to start on Saturday morning,
> Pacific time, as far as my schedule goes.
> 	Does this all work for everybody here?
> 	-Max
> -- 
> Max Kanat-Alexander
> Chief Engineer
> Everything Solved: Complete Computer Management
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