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2022.09 Chlorine MRI status
Since we are well in the 2022.09 Simultaneous Release (Chlorine), here is a quick summary of where we are at:
- MRI projects up to and including AAA have released
- MSI projects have preliminary patches staged at https://git.opendaylight.org/gerrit/q/topic:chlorine-mri
- NETCONF is awaiting a bug scrub and the corresponding release. There are quite a few issues to scrub and we also need some amount of code reorg withing the repo, which in itself may entail breaking changes. There are quite a few unreviewed patches pendign as well. Given the raging summer in the northern hemosphere, I expect netconf-4.0.0 release to happen in about 2-3 weeks' time (i.e. last week of July 2022)
- BGPCEP has a few deliverables yet to be finished and the corresponding 0.18.0 release being dependent on NETCONF, my working assumption is having the release available mid-August 2022
As such, everyone running Java should have Java 17 as their default environment. Not only is it cool as $EXPLENTIVE, but it is becoming a requirement very soon. 2022.03 Sulfur is handling it just fine (as far as I know) and you cannot interact with 2022.09 Chlorine without it.
Daniel: is the Chlorine scheduled approved? My (inprefect) tracking says it is yet to be voted on.
P.S.: my default JDK is Java 17 and I am encountering zero issues with it on either 2022.09 or 2022.03 release streams. Please switch to Java 17 if you can and report any issues you encounter.
Daniel de la Rosa
On Wed, Jul 6, 2022 at 4:35 PM Robert Varga <nite@...> wrote:
Well I got your approval
but I can put out for vote and hopefully get it approved on next TSC meeting
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