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Based on discussions by Antonio and others in July 2018 on this thread:

https://lists.apache.org/thread.html/515c5b3007634e05aaaffe62825caf95936a394ecb9735b652a500db@%3Cdev.netbeans.apache.org%3E

...the proposal is to have a NetBeans release 4 times per year, starting with August 2018:

2018

  • August 2018: Apache NetBeans (incubating) 9.0 – released (end of July)

  • November 2018: proposal – https://lists.apache.org/thread.html/98e604268738d3f10f8dfae48d662fe468e8cdf847395ef5b3614dc4@%3Cdev.netbeans.apache.org%3E

    • Rough schedule proposal for Apache NetBeans 10:
      • Stage 1: September 24 – feature freeze
        • To be included in the release:
          • Feature: JDK 11 (P1) – done
          • Feature: PHP (P1) – done
          • JavaScript (P2) – done
          • Groovy (P2) – done
          • Translation bundles from 3rd donation, if it makes it in in time – didn't make it in time.
      • Stage 2: October – NetCAT
        • create vote candidate 1 (because each vote candidate is about two weeks)
        • include testing, e.g., NetCAT, on JDK 11 (to be released 25 September)
        • focus on producing the release throughout October.
      • Stage 3: November – release
        • release of sources and convenience binary (P1)
        • site updates (P1)
        • installers (P3), also the question is how to distribute installers, since from Apache we distribute sources and convenience binary only
        • Note: a November release does not necessarily mean releasing 1 November, so we have 4 weeks here to play with


Quarterly Proposal – 2019

  • Commitment: March – JDK 12 + Java EE – Apache NetBeans 11 + full NetCAT

  • Optional: some time after if needed – Apache NetBeans 11.1, less NetCAT

  • Commitment: September – JDK 13 + C/C++ – Apache NetBeans 12 + full NetCat

  • Optional: some time after if needed – Apache NetBeans 12.1, less NetCAT





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