chibifs at studiochibico.com
Sun Feb 12 00:18:45 CET 2006
I haven't checked out in months, and my problems have been minimal, no
worse than those that usually get pushed into ubuntu at the last
moment (ubuntu spatial for nautilus). It would probably be acceptable
to push it in and offer subsequent updates if you have the time for
more than just security fixes.
Just because ubuntu and kubuntu freeze shouldn't mean you have to.
You're cooler. :D
On 2/11/06, Foxy <foxy at on-the-hill.me.uk> wrote:
> Jani Monoses wrote:
> > Hello again
> > Brian J. Tarricone wrote:
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> >> Jani Monoses wrote:
> >>> Hello all,
> >>> for the next (first?) release of xubuntu in April, we are considering
> >>> using xfce 4.4. From what I remember reading, it was planned to be
> > [snip]
> >>> The intention is packaging current svn 4.3 and dropping it in current
> >>> development ubuntu so it gets wider use. Right now it is 220.127.116.11 (same
> >>> as debian sid)
> >> I'd strongly suggest *not* packaging SVN in any sort of "real" release,
> >> unless you're willing to take a snapshot at some point, and spend at
> >> least a month of heavy testing and bugfixing on your snapshot. If you
> > Now is the time to decide whether to use 4.2 or 4.4 for the release.
> > I am of course inclined to chose the latter and start uploading the
> > current svn snapshots but I wanted to see if other's opinions have
> > changed since last time the subject was discussed.
> > There would be two months to test and stabilize this so I think the
> > risks are low, but would feel a lot more secure if I wasn't alone in
> > thinking this.
> > thanks
> > Jani
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> I personally use 4.3-svn so I would be happy to have it in Dapper.
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Not using monospace fonts is bad for you D:
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