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* Submitted by Manuel Grizonnet (21/05/2015 11:38)
 
* Accepted by PSC +3 / 0 (21/05/2015 12:16)
 
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* Release process completed (01/06/2015)
 
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===== What changes will be made and why they will make a better Orfeo ToolBox =====
 
===== What changes will be made and why they will make a better Orfeo ToolBox =====
 
For a few months now we have been working on big changes for OTB (modularization and superbuild, third party ). I propose today to start the release process and prepare an OTB 5.0.0 release candidate for
 
For a few months now we have been working on big changes for OTB (modularization and superbuild, third party ). I propose today to start the release process and prepare an OTB 5.0.0 release candidate for

Latest revision as of 17:08, 17 September 2015

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  • Submitted by Manuel Grizonnet (21/05/2015 11:38)
  • Accepted by PSC +3 / 0 (21/05/2015 12:16)
  • Release process completed (01/06/2015)

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What changes will be made and why they will make a better Orfeo ToolBox

For a few months now we have been working on big changes for OTB (modularization and superbuild, third party ). I propose today to start the release process and prepare an OTB 5.0.0 release candidate for review and test.

I've initiated a new "How to release" todo list on the wiki for otbv5 :

http://wiki.orfeo-toolbox.org/index.php/How_to_Release_OTB_5

When will those changes be available (target release or date)

I propose to start the release process for the release candidate today and continue the release process next week.

Who will be developing the proposed changes

I propose to coordinate those activities.