I was just going through the bug database and realized that, to my knowledge, we’ve never actually told people what the code names are for our releases, and that that is pretty useful to know when filing bugs. Ever since JavaFX 1.0 we’ve used street or area names from San Francisco as our code names. Honestly I can’t remember the 1.0 code name anymore. 1.2 was called “Marina”, 1.3 was “SoMa” (South of Market).
This release, 2.0, is called “Presidio”, and the next major release is called “Lombard”. So when you see that your issue is targeted at one of these, you know what we’re taking about! If it remains “untargeted”, then it has gone into the pool from which we draw features for future releases, but may not be targeted to a specific release until later in the planning cycle.
Could you tell me what kind of relationship among code names?
Very sorry, I was missed this part “street or area names from San Francisco”.
A very relevant piece of information. I guessed that the code name that had an “update” or “SP1” version as well was the current version.
You guys haven’t still figured out that using private codename such as “Presidio”, “Presidio update” and “Lombard” on your public Jira instead of “2.0 b28”, “2.0 b30” and “Next release” and such doesn’t help us reporting bugs and RFEs.
Make wonderfull cities names.
Paris release, London release, NewYork version, Honkong delivery, Barcelona …
It mimics the simple Android policy names …. but shines more…
Let the Android get fat with sweets, and let Oracle-javaFx rule the world with World cities !