Xfce 4.12 stabilization
h.judt at gmx.at
Tue Jul 1 13:26:51 CEST 2014
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Am 01.07.2014 12:11, schrieb Simon Steinbeiß:
> On Tue, 1 Jul 2014 10:15:14 +0200 Nick Schermer <nick at xfce.org>
>> We can look into fixing the session problems and make (at least)
>> unstable releases. For 4.12 I have no idea what the status is.
>> Feature wise it looks good I guess, but I have no idea about the
>> critical bugs.
> Actually it doesn't look too bad in terms of critical bugs. There
> are the aforementioned issues with the transition to UPower1.0
> (xfpm already supports it). Other than that we shipped big portions
> of 4.11 in Xubuntu 14.04 and so far there has been no shitstorm and
> no crazy increase in bugreports either. I guess that's the policy
> of "keeping git master release-ready" paying off.
> But yeah, we could still start to compile a list of
> release-critical bugs to get an overview of the general 4.12
> Cheers, Simon
> PS: Awwh crap, accidentally hit "send" too early in my reply
> earlier, so sorry for the double-post but at least now I'm back in
> the thread :p
I have one bug I'd like to mention so it is not forgotten, about the
shortcut code in libxfce4ui I reported here:
There seems to be other bugs about shortcuts with the super key to be
found in the bug tracker, but I haven't looked at them. Not sure if
someone else would consider this critical, but it's in one of
the core packages, which should be stable. Additionally, it's a
regression, pretty annoying and means loss of functionality (for
someone who launches most apps with key shortcuts).
In general, I agree a new list of release-critical bugs or some sort
of "road-map" would be a good idea. Looking at the bug tracker, you'll
miss the forest for the trees.
`Experience is the best teacher.'
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