Re: [OpenDaylight Discuss] Lithium Cycle Hackfests
Ed Warnicke (eaw) <eaw@...>
So… my initial gut reaction about a hackfest around M3 and M5 is positive… but it might be helpful to think about the reasoning there…toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
To my mind, the reasons for hackfests might be something like this:
Between M1 and M2: Coordinate on cross project release planning and kicking off coding (Projects have initial release plans at M1, and coordinate cross project to finalize them by M2)
Around M3: Bringing functionality across the finish line (M3 is ‘functionality freeze’, meaning you should finalize the list of APIs you are exposing to others and the functionality you intend to ship, but
you don’t have to ‘API freeze’ completely till M4).
Around M5: Bug fix, bug fix, bug fix (M5 is ‘code freeze’)
You might shorthand these as:
Hackfest:Plan (around M1)
Hackfest:Integration (around M3)
Hackfest:Bug Fix (around M5)
Do folks have other thoughts?