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Prepare 9.3.3 #18
I think there is a big work to be done to harmonize all these files and to make them up to date.
Some sections in the README file are overlapping what is/should be in other files.
The questions are:
I think there is a big work to be done to ensure the content of these files is up to date.
I guess it should not be too complicated to generate automatically a file from assets/distribution.properties which would be listing all the different versions used for the different provided Tango SW components.
About the Changelog, I am not sure about the level of details we would provide here...
I guess it would be good to provide RELEASE NOTES too.
From my experience in such aggregated distribution the best is to refer to every particular repo aka README, CHANGE_LOG, RELEASE_NOTES etc individually via a link.
While here to provide an info on migration e.g. what needs to be done to ensure 9.2.5a -> 9.3.3 migration (possibly not much), but if have such an info for each Tango release it is much more convenient for users to track what needs to be done to migrate from Tango 7.1.2 (arbitrary number) to 9.3.3
I agree a discussion would be helpful
What is the current status of 9.3.3? Have any critical issues been found?
There were no issues reported in kernel in last month (at least there's nothing new on github).
I'm just coming back from holidays. I didn't have time yet to comment the PRs or issues you created.
No big issue were reported indeed.
Here is my 50 cents:
#23 I am not sure, maybe if it won't break anything should be added as well.