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Re: [imaging] Questions about the 1.0-alpha release

I would call it "alpha1" instead of just "alpha".


On Sat, Sep 8, 2018, 06:58 Bruno P. Kinoshita <kinow@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I am almost done following the docs to prepare a release. Didn't struggle
> as much as I expected with the release-plugin. Had more trouble getting the
> MANIFEST.MF entries corrected.
> But now, before I create the dist tag, and upload the zip/tar.gz (this was
> not executed by the release plugin because... it's a project that uses
> assembly plugin I think), I would like to confirm a few things
> - The version release is 1.0-alpha
> - The changes.xml is for 1.0. I found that commons-lang appears to have
> had a 3.0-beta. The changes.xml contains the entries for 3.0, with an HTML
> comment showing which changes were added post 3.0-beta. So I did the same
> for imaging
> - RELEASE-NOTES.txt is still saying 1.0... should it be 1.0-alpha?
> - What else would need to be updated? The site perhaps??? Or is it OK to
> have a few places showing 1.0?
> I have time to work on the RC1 vote until Monday NZ time this week. So if
> I manage to get these points sorted, we might be able to call the RC1 vote,
> and leave it running until the next weekend - or cancel it during the week
> in case of an error, and then I could prepare RC2 next weekend I think.
> Thanks!
> Bruno
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