Re: New project proposal for OpenDaylight: Boron Offset 2 titled "Centennial"
Sorry for the delay. See inline.
Let me know if you need any more clarification.
On Fri, Aug 5, 2016 at 11:45 AM, <vishwanath.edavayyanamath@...> wrote:
No. A project can be proposed any time, but to join a given release it must either (a) declare it's intent to join the release by M1 or (b) get a waiver to join later. In general, we only push (b) to M3. So, that would mean carbon would be the next eligible release.
To have your code artifacts be listed as "additional downloads" or be part of the zip file for an official release, you mus be part of the release and go through all the rigorous process. If you want to release things on your own and advertise them as being compatible with given releases (even ones where the project didn't participate formally), I think that would be fine. They just won't be listed on the downloads page here:
Note, there is no requirement for a project in OpenDaylight to ever participate in a formal release, but most do. Examples of things that don't are: spectrometer, integration/test.