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(admitted some of that motivation evaporated with Java 8 collecting different options for “support”)
I think a milestone would probably be the better option, last time we changed the actual release schedule it took quite a while to go back to normal
@tbarsballe updating the spreadsheet to reflect moved classes
do we still hope to make a SED script or publish this thing?
for the work done post-sprit I do not see the moves being recorded?
Good question. Did we ever determine if a sed script would actually be feasible? (i.e. has anyone tested a minimal case yet). A sed script would be nice, but given the size of the changes is likely going to be a lot of work to do.
As for the moves, yeah, you’re right. I’ll update everything I’ve moved
@jnh5y indicated he had experience
as long as we are matching the full classnames a sed script should be both possible, and get client code 95% of the way there (reflection for example may fail).
General idea for these sprints that involve an extra day of accommodation for attendees; it may be good to offer a solid count on the conference ticket as a good way to encourage community participation (or acknowledge community participation).