[tei-council] update on spring 2011 council meeting

Laurent Romary laurent.romary at inria.fr
Wed Dec 22 09:41:37 EST 2010

I see you suggest a) - a transient strategy. What does the council  
think actually?

Le 20 déc. 10 à 18:05, Sebastian Rahtz a écrit :

> On 20 Dec 2010, at 16:50, Lou Burnard wrote:
>> This is good news, but how should it affect our release cycle?
>> I haven't seen much comment on my message of last week, but if we  
>> agree
>> with what is stated there, we will  be using this meeting to sign  
>> off on
>> the next P5 release. Or are we  planning to squeeze in a release
>> *before* it?
> I suppose there are three possibilities:
> a) we make a release in early feb using editorial resources owed  
> from last year, and implementing decisions
>   effectively made earlier this year (viz genetic stuff), and then  
> move to a May and November release
>   (if we can afford two meetings)
> b) we build up from now to a giant release in May
> c) we reject the premise of your message, and continue
>  to release 3 times a year with whatever is available,
>  using whatever time and resources anyone wants to commit
> if we could get anywhere with the current large set of requests  
> which are between 50% and 90%
> discussed, I suggest that it would be well worth while doing a  
> february release under the Old
> Dispensation, otherwise the burden will become too great.
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Laurent Romary
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