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eZ Publish Community Project 2013.10?

eZ Publish Community Project 2013.10?

Friday 29 November 2013 9:26:55 am - 13 replies

Hello all,

5.2 has been released now, so does anyone know when the community-version 2013.10 based on 5.2 will be released?

Greetings,
Alex

Friday 29 November 2013 9:31:39 am

Well, i would say Enterprise is based on community and not the opposite happy.gif Emoticon

Friday 29 November 2013 9:39:47 am

Quote from Carlos Revillo :

Well, i would say Enterprise is based on community and not the opposite happy.gif Emoticon

Well, the latest Community Release 2013.09 is based on 5.2 Release Candidate 1. I hope that the Release Candidate is not used for the Enterprise Version, because it's not working properly (at least here).

Friday 29 November 2013 9:50:32 am

Well, this is not how i see it. I supposed community version is where innovation happens and all the bugs fixed in community versions are ported to the Enterprise one. 

But maybe i'm wrong... 

Edit: But to be clear. If, said, 2013.09 is based in a 5.2 release a and 2013.11 will be based in another release that probably have some core changes how do you think you could upgrade from 2013.09 to 2013.11?

Modified on Friday 29 November 2013 9:57:56 am by Carlos Revillo

Friday 29 November 2013 10:48:08 am

Hi,

According to the Community Project Board, the frequency of CP build should be every odd month.

The next expected build should be the november one : 2013.11

I am waiting for it for some weeks and hope it will soon be released happy.gif Emoticon

Hakim

Friday 29 November 2013 12:20:11 pm

 

Quote from Carlos Revillo :

Well, this is not how i see it. I supposed community version is where innovation happens and all the bugs fixed in community versions are ported to the Enterprise one. 

I think so too, but I am wondering why 5.2 was released, but the corresponding community version with 5.2 final not, only 5.2 release candidate.

 

Quote from Carlos Revillo :

Edit: But to be clear. If, said, 2013.09 is based in a 5.2 release a and 2013.11 will be based in another release that probably have some core changes how do you think you could upgrade from 2013.09 to 2013.11?

Well, the same way as you can upgrade from version 4.7 to 5 which has massive core changes: http://doc.ez.no/eZ-Publish/Upgrading/Upgrading-to-5.0/Upgrading-from-4.7-to-5.0

Friday 29 November 2013 12:48:31 pm

Hi,

Just a quick update, the release is being worked on as I type. I can't give a release date, a previous build of 2013.11 had a glitch. We are making sure you get a working build/release asap.

 

Regards Robin

Friday 29 November 2013 12:54:45 pm

Quote from Alex Yes :

 

Well, the same way as you can upgrade from version 4.7 to 5 which has massive core changes: http://doc.ez.no/eZ-Publish/Upgrading/Upgrading-to-5.0/Upgrading-from-4.7-to-5.0

sure... but remember there are normally more community versions than enterprise versions. 

are you saying kernel, legacy and so in community and enterpise are different then? or better asked, community and enterprise are two different branch in the dev of ezpublish itself?

Friday 29 November 2013 1:02:03 pm

Quote from Robin Muilwijk :

Just a quick update, the release is being worked on as I type. I can't give a release date, a previous build of 2013.11 had a glitch. We are making sure you get a working build/release asap.

Thanks Robin for the feedback.

Hakim

Friday 29 November 2013 2:20:26 pm

Hi Guys!

The next version of eZ Publish Community Project (v2013.11.0) has been built and tested as you can see in my tweet: https://twitter.com/SylvainGuittard/status/406408268014424064.

I will prepare the release campaign. So next week, you will be able to download it.

Cheers.

Friday 29 November 2013 5:03:24 pm

Quote from Carlos Revillo :
Quote from Alex Yes :

 

Well, the same way as you can upgrade from version 4.7 to 5 which has massive core changes: http://doc.ez.no/eZ-Publish/Upgrading/Upgrading-to-5.0/Upgrading-from-4.7-to-5.0

sure... but remember there are normally more community versions than enterprise versions. 

are you saying kernel, legacy and so in community and enterpise are different then? or better asked, community and enterprise are two different branch in the dev of ezpublish itself?

Right, there are more community versions than enterprise versions. I thought it is like Fedora & RedHat, they build an enterprise RedHat Version out of a Fedora version but also skip Fedora versions.

But as 5.2 is released before 2013.10 this looks a little bit like the other way round, or maybe 2013.10 was delayed intentionally.

Friday 29 November 2013 5:05:02 pm

Quote from Sylvain Guittard :

The next version of eZ Publish Community Project (v2013.11.0) has been built and tested as you can see in my tweet: https://twitter.com/SylvainGuittard/status/406408268014424064.

I will prepare the release campaign. So next week, you will be able to download it.

Thank you very much for this info!

Friday 29 November 2013 6:34:29 pm

> But as 5.2 is released before 2013.10 this looks a little bit like the other way round, or maybe 2013.10 was delayed intentionally.

As Hakim mentioned it was announced some months ago that there is build every two months now.
Regarding "the other way around" see below.

 

> I think so too, but I am wondering why 5.2 was released, but the corresponding community version with 5.2 final not, only 5.2 release candidate.
> Well, the latest Community Release 2013.09 is based on 5.2Release Candidate 1. I hope that the Release Candidate is not used for the Enterprise Version, because it's not working properly (at least here). 
> 5.2 has been released now, so does anyone know when the community-version 2013.10 based on 5.2 will be released?

 

As Carlos says Community is not based in Enterprise, it is more like Fedora and Redhat.
But that does not mean 5.2rc1 is based on 2013.09.

Here is how it works:
- community is continuously built from master, and master is the development version in git sense
- some time before we do a beta of a new release we create a internal branch, this is used to stabilize the enterprise version
- development as well as bug fixes are all done on master, only bug fixes are cherry picked to stable branches

The exception: security fixes
- security fixes is fixed in enterprise software first
- some time after it is merged back to master and announced with public information, the time varies but at least 2-3 weeks so customers have time to apply the patch on their infrastructure.

Hope this clear things up a bit.

Modified on Friday 29 November 2013 6:35:58 pm by André R

Friday 29 November 2013 9:24:52 pm

Thanks Andre, very clear.

To add an extra detail: the extension which are installed during the setup wizard are, for the time being, only being built as EE versions. So the code that you get (for those extensions) when you install a CP version correspond to the latest available EE release (stable, alpha or beta)

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