4.14 post steps and 4.16 kickoff
kevin.bowen at gmail.com
Mon Aug 19 12:29:10 CEST 2019
The branching of docs.xfce.org into a 4.14 namespace has been completed.
Please let me know if you see any issues.
On 8/14/19 9:29 PM, Kevin Bowen wrote:
> I can pick up branching the 4.14 docs as I did with the 4.12 docs.
> I've already got the images locally and the list of pages that need to
> be built.
> On 8/14/19 7:54 AM, Simon Steinbeiss wrote:
>> Hi everyone,
>> this message is mostly directed towards our core devs, but I thought
>> it may still be relevant for everyone to read.
>> As we managed to stick to our deadline for the final release (mostly
>> :)) it's time to collect the open points from 4.14 and the first
>> steps toward 4.16.
>> Please help - especially with completing the 4.14 steps, so we can
>> start for 4.16 with a clean slate soonish!
>> === 4.14 post steps ===
>> * Create the tour (website)
>> * Finish updating the slider with new screenshots on the frontage
>> * Add more screenshots to the screenshots page
>> * Create xfce-4.14 branches for each core component
>> * Only push bugfixes to the 4.14 branches and new features into the
>> master branch
>> * 4.14 patch releases shall happen on the 4.14 branches obviously
>> * Consider transifex sync for 4.14 branch and possibly deactivating
>> 4.10 and 4.12 (whatever may still be active)
>> * Consider branching the docs straight away into a 4.14 namespace
>> (same as we did for 4.12) so we can anytime update the master pages
>> during the 4.16 cycle
>> === 4.16 kickoff ===
>> * Start to think about the roadmap and fill things in here:
>> * Consider making this a short/er cycle again, so maybe just a few
>> features and some further cleanups (also, don't forget we want to
>> migrate to Gitlab next)
>> I hope that makes sense to you all. The most important bit is
>> certainly about creating the branches and not pushing new features
>> into 4.14. (What is bugfix and what is feature is a bit relative and
>> obviously up to your own judgement.)
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>> Xfce4-dev at xfce.org
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