Talk:ReleasePlan

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Stub 2

Draft: Adding EOL to the table

basic dates for the initial and bugfix releases
release freeze publishing
3.6.0 Week 23, Jun 4 - Jun 10, 2012 Week 32, Aug 6 - Aug 12, 2012
3.6.7 Week 26, Jun 24 - Jun 30, 2013 Week 29, Jul 15 - Jul 21, 2013
End of Life July 21, 2013

If we feel like EOL doesn't really fit in with the columns for release and freeze, we could just put one table on top of the other:

basic dates for the initial and bugfix releases
release freeze publishing
3.6.0 Week 23, Jun 4 - Jun 10, 2012 Week 32, Aug 6 - Aug 12, 2012
3.6.7 Week 26, Jun 24 - Jun 30, 2013 Week 29, Jul 15 - Jul 21, 2013
End of Life July 21, 2013

3.3.x

As the 3.4.0 beta1 and beta2 are delivered, is there really a 3.3.3 planned ??? If not so, would not it be in order to delete the 3.3.0 sub-section ?? Bellerophon 2011-04-22T11:03:00 (CEST)

I think you mean 3.3.3, this can happen for stability and security reasons. Volkerme 2011-04-23T12:55:06 (CEST)
Right, I meant 3.3.3, sorry for the mistake. I corrected it. Bellerophon 2011-04-25T10:43:41 (CEST)
This mail suggests a 3.3.3 will be issued : [1] Bellerophon 2011-04-29T12:45:43 (CEST)

Same date everywhere

Anyone has an idea why all the dates in all the tables are the same now? I only noticed this today, must be something very recent. I had a look at the templates in use in this page but none has been modified recently... Chtfn (talk) 2014-01-07T13:34:06 (UTC)

Thank you for the information, we are working on this. Volkerme (talk) 2014-01-07T13:46:07 (UTC)
Wow, good catch! Temporary undo and will check what (on the template) went wrong. Dennis Roczek (talk) 2014-01-07T13:53:42 (UTC)
Ok, the cleanup bot did not cause the problem. Must be anywhere in the templates. Investigation is still under way. It would be helpful if anybody can tell the date/time the problem ocurred (or dates before failure) Volkerme (talk) 2014-01-07T18:07:22 (UTC)
Looks fixed now! What was the culprit? Cheers! Chtfn (talk) 2014-01-07T22:48:46 (UTC)
By the way: this issue was tracked at tdf#73357. The problem was, that the documentation at the Template:Evalp was moved to a sup page, but accidentally a newline was added which resulted in wrong return value (of another template of again another template...) which causes Template:Release-plan-one-line-interval to display - well - rubbish. The fix was rather easy as you can see at this diff: simply place the nowiki-tags directly after the code without a newline. I didn't see the new line when I was searching for the problem. Dennis Roczek (talk) 2014-01-08T07:47:05 (UTC)