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;;; For more information see (info "(emacs) Directory Variables")
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## Release Schedule
**Tagging Deadline:**
**Public Release:**
## Release Checklist
## 2 Working Days Before the Tagging Deadline
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Check whether all issues assigned to the release milestone are resolved[^1].
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Ensure that there are no outstanding merge requests in the private repository[^1] (Subscription Edition only).
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Ensure all merge requests marked for backporting have been indeed backported.
## Before the Tagging Deadline
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Inform Support/Marketing of impending release (and give estimated release dates).
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Check Perflab to ensure there has been no unexplained drop in performance for the versions being released.
- [ ] ***(SwEng)*** Update API files for libraries with new version information.
- [ ] ***(SwEng)*** Change software version and library versions in `configure.ac` (new major release only).
- [ ] ***(SwEng)*** Rebuild `configure` using Autoconf on `docs.isc.org`.
- [ ] ***(SwEng)*** Update `CHANGES`.
- [ ] ***(SwEng)*** Update `CHANGES.SE` (Subscription Edition only).
- [ ] ***(SwEng)*** Update `README.md`.
- [ ] ***(SwEng)*** Update `version`.
- [ ] ***(SwEng)*** Build documentation on `docs.isc.org`.
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Check that all the above steps were performed correctly.
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Check that the contents of release notes match the merge requests comprising the releases.
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Check that the formatting is correct for text, PDF, and HTML versions of release notes.
- [ ] ***(SwEng)*** Tag the releases[^2]. (Tags may only be pushed to the public repository for releases which are *not* security releases.)
- [ ] ***(SwEng)*** If this is the first tag for a release (e.g. beta), create a release branch named `release_v9_X_Y` to allow development to continue on the maintenance branch whilst release engineering continues.
## Before the ASN Deadline (for ASN Releases) or the Public Release Date (for Regular Releases)
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Verify GitLab CI results for the tags created and prepare a QA report for the releases to be published.
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Request signatures for the tarballs, providing their location and checksums.
- [ ] ***(Signers)*** Validate tarball checksums, sign tarballs, and upload signatures.
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Verify tarball signatures and check tarball checksums again.
- [ ] ***(Support)*** Pre-publish ASN and/or Subscription Edition tarballs so that packages can be built.
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Build and test ASN and/or Subscription Edition packages.
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Notify Support that the releases have been prepared.
- [ ] ***(Support)*** Send out ASNs (if applicable).
## On the Day of Public Release
- [ ] ***(Support)*** Wait for clearance from Security Officer to proceed with the public release (if applicable).
- [ ] ***(Support)*** Place tarballs in public location on FTP site.
- [ ] ***(Support)*** Publish links to downloads on ISC website.
- [ ] ***(Support)*** Write release email to *bind-announce*.
- [ ] ***(Support)*** Write email to *bind-users* (if a major release).
- [ ] ***(Support)*** Update tickets in case of waiting support customers.
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Build and test any outstanding private packages.
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Build public packages (`*.deb`, RPMs).
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Inform Marketing of the release.
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Update the internal [BIND release dates wiki page](https://wiki.isc.org/bin/view/Main/BindReleaseDates) when public announcement has been made.
- [ ] ***(Marketing)*** Post short note to Twitter.
- [ ] ***(Marketing)*** Update [Wikipedia entry for BIND](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BIND).
- [ ] ***(Marketing)*** Write blog article (if a major release).
- [ ] ***(QA)*** Ensure all new tags are annotated and signed.
- [ ] ***(SwEng)*** Push tags for the published releases to the public repository.
- [ ] ***(SwEng)*** Merge the automatically prepared `prep 9.X.Y` commit which updates `version` and documentation on the release branch into the relevant maintenance branch (`v9_X`).
- [ ] ***(QA)*** For each maintained branch, update the `BIND_BASELINE_VERSION` variable for the `abi-check:sid:amd64` job in `.gitlab-ci.yml` to the latest published BIND version tag for a given branch.
[^1]: If not, use the time remaining until the tagging deadline to ensure all outstanding issues are either resolved or moved to a different milestone.
[^2]: Preferred command line: `git tag -u <DEVELOPER_KEYID> -a -s -m "BIND 9.X.Y[alphatag]" v9_X_Y[alphatag]`, where `[alphatag]` is an optional string such as `b1`, `rc1`, etc.
## Release Checklist
- [ ] (Manager) Check for the presence of a milestone for the release.
- If there is a milestone, are all the issues for the milestone resolved? (other than this checklist).
- [ ] (Manager) Inform Support/Marketing of impending release (and give estimated release dates).
- (SwEng) Prepare the sources for tarball generation.
- [ ] Ensure that there are no outstanding merge requests in the private repository (subscription version only).
- [ ] Update API files for libraries with new version information.
- [ ] Change software version and library versions in configure.in (new major release only).
- [ ] Ensure Kyua and ATF files are correct.
- [ ] Rebuild configure using autoconf on docs.isc.org.
- [ ] Update CHANGES.
- [ ] Update CHANGES.SE (subscription branch only).
- [ ] Update "version".
- [ ] Update "readme.md".
- [ ] Ensure the release notes are correct for this release (content, formatting, etc.).
- [ ] Build documentation on docs.isc.org.
- [ ] Commit changes and make sure the gitlab-ci tests are passing.
- [ ] Push the changes and tag ("alphatag" is an optional string such as "b1", "rc1" etc.). (```git tag -u <DEVELOPER_KEYID> -a -s -m "BIND 9.X.Y[alphatag]" v9_X_Y[alphatag]```)
- [ ] If this is the first tag for a release (e.g. beta), create a release branch named `release_v9_X_Y` (this allows development to continue on the release branch whilst release engineering continues).
- [ ] (SwEng) Run the "make release" Jenkins job to produce the tarballs and zips.
- [ ] (SwEng) Ask QA to sanity check the tarball and zips (passing to them the number of the Jenkins job).
- [ ] (QA) Sanity check the tarballs.
- [ ] (QA) Request the signature on the tarballs.
- [ ] (QA) Check signatures on tarballs.
- [ ] (QA) Tell Support to handle notification of release.
- [ ] (Support) Make tarballs and signatures available to download.
- [ ] (Manager) Update [https://wiki.isc.org/bin/view/Main/BindReleaseDates](BIND release dates page) when public announcement has been made.
- [ ] (Manager) Inform marketing of the release
- [ ] (SwEng) Update DEB and RPM packages
- [ ] (SwEng) Merge the automatically prepared `prep 9.X.Y` commit which updates `version` and documentation on the release branch into the relevant maintenance branch (`v9_X`)
......@@ -24,7 +24,7 @@ string_escape_char2 = 0 # number
# Improvements to template detection may make this option obsolete.
tok_split_gte = false # false/true
# Control what to do with the UTF-8 BOM (recommed 'remove')
# Control what to do with the UTF-8 BOM (recommend 'remove')
utf8_bom = ignore # ignore/add/remove/force
# If the file only contains chars between 128 and 255 and is not UTF-8, then output as UTF-8
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# Will substitute $(class) with the class name.
cmt_insert_class_header = "" # string
# The filename that contains text to insert before a Obj-C message specification if the method isn't preceeded with a C/C++ comment.
# The filename that contains text to insert before a Obj-C message specification if the method isn't preceded with a C/C++ comment.
# Will substitute $(message) with the function name and $(javaparam) with the javadoc @param and @return stuff.
cmt_insert_oc_msg_header = "" # string
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CODE OF CONDUCT
BIND 9 Code of Conduct
Like the technical community as a whole, the BIND 9 team and community is
made up of a mixture of professionals and volunteers from all over the
world, working on every aspect of the mission - including mentorship,
teaching, and connecting people.
Diversity is one of our huge strengths, but it can also lead to
communication issues and unhappiness. To that end, we have a few ground
rules that we ask people to adhere to. This code applies equally to the
core development team, open source contributors and those seeking help and
guidance.
This isn't an exhaustive list of things that you can't do. Rather, take it
in the spirit in which it's intended - a guide to make it easier to enrich
all of us and the technical communities in which we participate.
This code of conduct applies to all spaces managed by the BIND 9 project
or Internet Systems Consortium. This includes chat, the mailing lists, the
issue tracker, and any other fora created by the project team which the
community uses for communication. In addition, violations of this code
outside these spaces may affect a person's ability to participate within
them.