[ClusterLabs] Corosync 3 release plans?

Jan Friesse jfriesse at redhat.com
Mon Aug 27 10:29:23 EDT 2018

> Jan Friesse <jfriesse at redhat.com> writes:
>> Currently I'm pretty happy with current Corosync alpha stability so it
>> would be possible to release final right now, but because I want to
>> give us some room to break protocol/abi (only if needed and right now
>> I don't see any strong reason for such breakage), I didn't release it
>> yet.
> Great!
>> Currently I'm planning to release 3.0.0 in the beginning of December
>> but if it would mean to miss Debian freeze date I'm open to release it
>> sooner.
> No need, we should be plenty good with this, the target date of the
> transition freeze is 2019-Jan-12.

Perfect. Have you had a time to play with packaging current alpha to 
find out if there are no issues? I had no problems with Fedora, but 
Debian has a lot of patches, and I would be really grateful if we could 
reduce them a lot - so please let me know if there is patch which you've 
sent PR for and it's not merged yet.


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