[rabbitmq-discuss] Roadmap Questions
alexis.richardson at gmail.com
Wed Jun 3 16:48:39 BST 2009
We are going to fix this. The roadmap got a bit out of sync with what
we were actually doing.
I shall post a follow up to Matthias' note asap.
On Wed, Jun 3, 2009 at 12:41 AM, Keith Irwin <keith.irwin at gmail.com> wrote:
> As a follow on to this, is there a roadmap document on the website anymore?
> I notice the link:
> no longer resolves. I'm interested in the persistence improvements and would
> have a ballpark figure for availability, even in a test branch.
> On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 4:18 PM, Darien Kindlund <darien at kindlund.com> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> After doing some functionality comparisons between v1.5.x and v1.6.x
>> branches, I have some basic questions about the upcoming release
>> Specifically, I'm looking for a stable/tested (in other words,
>> released) version of RabbitMQ that supports the following features:
>> 1) Basic QoS (allowing consumers to set the prefetch window to any
>> number, preferably 1)
>> 2) Basic prioritization (allowing producers to set a priority of 1
>> through 10 [according to the spec?]) which RabbitMQ attempts to honor
>> on a best effort basis
>> 3) Clean compatibility with OpenAMQ's C library (aka WireAPI?) -- or
>> clean compatibility with *some* type of C-based library that is
>> compatible with a recent version of RabbitMQ (maybe:
>> http://hg.rabbitmq.com/rabbitmq-c/ ?)
>> 4) [Ideally], headers exchange support -- although I can make due
>> without this feature in the near term
>> I realize the developers may be tackling other higher-priority items
>> such as a high performance persister implementation, which may
>> effectively block any v1.6.x release from happening anytime soon. I
>> also know that most (if not all?) of the 4 features are already baked
>> into the main RabbitMQ branch; however, some of the features still
>> need to be QA'd.
>> Can someone let me know if any of these features will be backported to
>> a future v1.5.x release? If so, when would be an approximate
>> timeframe? If not, is there any status update as to when a v1.6.x
>> would be released? If there is no v1.6.x release timeframe, can you
>> list out what are the major blockers are (aside from the persister
>> problem)? I was also wondering if there were any external
>> dependencies, such as a new AMQP spec version getting "ratified",
>> before a v1.6.x gets released?
>> -- Darien
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