4.6 roadmap of sorts

Brian J. Tarricone bjt23 at cornell.edu
Sat Apr 5 16:57:47 CEST 2008


Just a note...  Please try to use the same convention for filling in
the boxes.  "Ready for 4.6" should have a simple "Yes" or "No" and
nothing else.  The "Status" row should be one of "Not started",
"Experimental", "Unstable", "Alpha", "Beta", or "Stable", with possibly
a few variations.  Let's try to make this easy to read and consistent.

If there's work you're doing on a module that isn't for 4.6, it's ok to
note that as well (thanks Nick!), but it makes me think we might want
to have some sort of 'zoomed out' roadmap as well that's a bit more
long term.

God, roadmaps... I never thought we'd ever have one...


On Fri, 04 Apr 2008 15:57:10 -0700 Brian J. Tarricone wrote:

> Hey all,
> Moritz was kind enough to set up a sort of roadmap page to help
> gather in one place the things that need to be done before 4.6 can be
> released. You can see it here:
> http://wiki.xfce.org/roadmap_to_46
> I've filled in some information, but it's far from complete.
> Devs: please fill in any information related to modules you maintain
> or work on actively.
> Everyone else: Please don't edit it.  This isn't a place to nominate 
> bugs or vent frustrations.  This is a place for devs to decide what's 
> going to go into their modules for 4.6, and for users to get an idea
> of what's going on.
> I've also added a "blocking4.6" flag to bugzilla.  Devs, you can set 
> these yourselves (set them to '+').  Everyone else, you can request
> that they be set (set them to '?'), and a dev can grant or deny.
> Ideally we can just stick a link to a bugzilla search for those flags
> to the "TODO for 4.6" sections on the roadmap to supplement the text.
> 	-brian
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