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When can we expect to see the next integration build?


Kelvin Low (16321) | asked Aug 28 '07, 12:33 p.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
Hi,

I understand the next milestone build will be available around 10/10/2007. The last integration build was posted on 8/10/2007. When can we expect to see a new integration build posted on Jazz.net? Will it be soon?

In general, what is the policy governing the integration build releases? Is it based solely on getting out a "good" build? Or is it also tied to some major API changes?

Regards,
Kelvin

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Remy Suen (42624) | answered Aug 29 '07, 4:24 p.m.
On Tue, 28 Aug 2007 16:37:57 +0000, klow wrote:
10/10/2007. The last integration build was posted on 8/10/2007. When
can we expect to see a new integration build posted on Jazz.net? Will
it be soon?

Jazz's M3 plan is on the wiki.
https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Main/MilestonePlan06M3

The "TOC" is also on the wiki.
https://jazz.net/wiki/bin/view/Main/PlanningMain

In general, what is the policy governing the integration build
releases? Is it based solely on getting out a "good" build?
Or is it also tied to some major API changes?

I'm guessing that the I build is just a weekly build kind of like what the
Eclipse project does.

Regards,
Rem

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Bill Higgins (24611) | answered Sep 03 '07, 2:28 p.m.

In general, what is the policy governing the integration build releases? Is it based solely on getting out a "good" build?
Or is it also tied to some major API changes?


FYI: We run an integration build every Monday night and work through any problems Tuesday and sometimes Wednesday. We only publish a subset of our integration builds' artifacts on Jazz.net (e.g. integration builds that we deploy for our own self-hosting), but they can be found here:

https://jazz.net/downloads/DownloadList.jsp?type=integration

Twice a milestone we deploy an integration build to self-host on, as you can see in the milestone plan that Remy linked to.

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Sonia Dimitrov (27159) | answered Sep 07 '07, 11:56 a.m.
JAZZ DEVELOPER
There are new builds on jazz.net now (most recent from September 6 - we're currently using this for smoke testing in preparation to build a self-hosting candidate for next week).

If a build runs green, it goes up automatically. We've had intermittent test failures and other issues that have kept us in the red. The test failures do not always reflect problems with the build, so "red" builds may get pushed up after the test failures are waived off.

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