back to article Fro-Xen no longer: Xen project plans shorter dev process

The new release manager for version 4.6 of the open source Xen Hypervisor has proposed changes to the project's development process that he hopes will speed things up. Citrix employee Wei Liu, who has scored the gig of ushering the next version into the world, has explained the new plan in a post, presentation and mail in …

  1. Electron Shepherd

    A new definition of exception processing?

    He also feels it will mean “no more arguing whether a feature should go in after freeze.”

    So there's actually a discussion about adding new features after a code freeze? That reminds me of the software engineering quote:

    "A code freeze is like the abdominal snowman - both are a myth and both melt when sufficient heat is applied."

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