Daniel de la Rosa
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Thanks Luis, and in that case, please proceed to release Silicon SR3 at your earliest convenience
Thank you all
On Tue, Nov 9, 2021 at 7:12 PM Luis Gomez <ecelgp@...
The release actually happened before the other projects because TPCE does not depend anymore on MSI projects. For future, I would still recommend TPCE to wait for the TSC release approval, otherwise there is risk of having to repeat the release if for a example a bug in the kernel is found.
This is from the other email thread.... The logs you show below are for a normal merge job that does not publish release artifacts but SNAPSHOT. So in short, you have bumped TPCE to use Silicon SR3 but the actual TPCE Silicon SR3 release does not happen until 1) Silicon SR3 release artifacts for all managed projects are published in nexus and 2) you execute this release merge job: https://jenkins.opendaylight.org/releng/view/transportpce/job/transportpce-release-merge
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