edscott wilson garcia
edscott at xfce.org
Wed Sep 22 15:20:35 CEST 2004
El mié, 22-09-2004 a las 01:18, Biju Chacko escribió:
> This is the kind of timeline that I feel would be ideal:
> Sep 27: pre1
> Oct 11: pre2
> Oct 25: pre3
> Nov 1: 4.2
> Dec 20: 4.4pre1
> Jan 03: 4.4pre2
> Jan 17: 4.4pre3
> Jan 31: 4.4
> A new stable release every 3 months would be very difficult unless we
> have a clear change in mindset. We need to reduce the importance of each
> stable release. Hence there is no need to cram all the new features into
> the next release. Cool stuff like the compositor can be postponed
> safely, since we *know* that it would be released in three months.
> Feature additions could be planned to meet a specific release. If, for
> example, Jasper wants to widget-ize the panel and he feels that it
> cannot be managed in the 3 month gap between 4.2 and 4.4 he could carry
> forward the previous stable version and release the widgetized version
> in 4.6.
> The exact timeline can be open to debate, but I think we need more
> structure in our release process.
> What do you think?
I like it, but as Jasper would prefer a 6 month cycle between stable
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