The EMT manages short term release priorities for Glite 3. This involves defining cycles of updates, scheduling changes and defining developer priorities. There are representatives from JRA1, SA1 and SA3. Longer term objectives are handled by the TCG and filter down to the EMT for deployment planning.

Current Status


Integration is putting together a release tagged as 3.0.3. This change will be the latest WMS/LB tags and Condor 6.7.19.


Certification is testing 3.0.2

Beyond many bug fixes, this includes

* WMS to support Glue 1.2 * shallow resubmission of DAG nodes

As more updates are moved to the new software process involving 'patches', the following savannah search will show which patches are in certification.


Current certification status is here


We cannot make predictions about when a set of updates will leave certification.


The PPS has 3.0.1 available


The production service has 3.0.1 available

EMT Meeting minutes

The EMT normally meets twice a week, on Monday and Wednesday. A short summary of these meetings are available on indico.

Bug Tracking

Certain bugs are judged as being of sufficient severity to be tracked by the glite release coordination team.


This status is independent of the bug's severity, although a correlation between 'critical' bugs and those tracked by the EMT clearly exists.

A tracked bug

  • Is a developer priority
  • Is explicitly cited in cluster manager's weekly reports
  • Is a priority patch for the next set of updates taken into certification

The Process

The software process is described in MSA3.2.

Further Platform Evolution

  • Move to java 1.5
  • Move to VDT 1.3.10 and SLC4
  • Apache licensing
  • Release versioning
  • 3.1 backporting
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