4.6 release plan

Steve Lime steve.lime at DNR.STATE.MN.US
Wed Apr 20 17:54:34 EDT 2005

I just got started back on it today and did a quick fix of the WMS gml
writer to be bound
by the same tranformations outlined in bug 950. Next step is to be able
to choose an output
format for WFS...

Oh, and I will take you up on the testing offer.


>>> "Kralidis,Tom [Burlington]" <Tom.Kralidis at EC.GC.CA> 4/19/2005
11:38:26 PM >>>

If you're keen on making GML3L0 into 4.6, I can help you test, etc.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: UMN MapServer Developers List
> [mailto:MAPSERVER-DEV at LISTS.UMN.EDU] On Behalf Of Daniel Morissette
> Sent: Tuesday, 19 April, 2005 20:42
> Subject: Re: [UMN_MAPSERVER-DEV] 4.6 release plan
> Steve Lime wrote:
> > As long as you consider a partially implemented feature
> (like some of
> > the application specific schema stuff) as being legit to
> work on post
> > feature freeze, then I can live with this. I have two siginificant

> > pieces going on: the GML3/application schema stuff and GEOS
> > integration. The latter is almost finished, but the former
> is going to
> > take some time.  I'll port my changes for WFS GML to the WMS writer

> > and re-initiate some discussion on a couple of topics:
> >
> >   - controlling WFS output type (GML2/GML3/????)
> >   - WFS schema creation
> >   - changes to WFS queries brought about by finer control of GML
> > output
> >
> Well, the idea of the feature freeze is that after that date
> nothing should happen that would significantly break things
> so that we can reach our objective of fixing all critical
> bugs and having release quality by the planned release date.
> I have entered those two items in the Wiki page.
> The GEOS thing is the one that would scare me the most but
> you say that it's mostly done.
> With respect to the GML thing, it affects only WFS/WMS so
> it's not too bad if it's not finished yet, but would have to
> be completed in the next 2-3 weeks or otherwise this part may
> not have been properly tested for the release.
> BTW, I have found that the 6 weeks release cycle with 3 betas
> has worked really well in the past to produce a quality
> release in time, but if you or others think that this is too
> long then we could discuss other ideas.
> Daniel
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>   Daniel Morissette               dmorissette at dmsolutions.ca
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