Xfce 4.18 Roadmap
acs82 at gmx.de
Wed Mar 17 21:09:06 CET 2021
Thanks Simon !
I think Andre has a valid point here. Directly using milestones probably
will save us some wiki-maintenance and ease our life.
Though probbaly for some changes it still might make sense to maintain a
For thunar I just added a direct link to the "milestone = Xfce 4.18"
search to the roadmap.
Am 17.03.21 um 04:42 schrieb andre at andreldm.com:
> Hi Simon,
> Thanks for "officially" kicking off the 4.18 cycle, again due my
> limited free time I'll be mostly fixing bugs and reviewing merge
> requests, maybe with the right motivation I may pull off something
> more interesting :)
> By the way, using milestones makes complete sense, updating subpages
> is tedious and they get outdated pretty easily. I have added a link to
> the milestone in the roadmap page, so don't expect me
> creating/maintaining subpages ;)
> Andre Miranda
> Mar 9, 2021, 05:26 by simon at xfce.org:
> Hi everyone,
> after a bit of 4.16 post-release-fatigue I've continued setting up
> the 4.18 roadmap page (thanks Alex for starting this already!).
> We now have the general skeleton ready and I'd like to encourage
> all of you to add your items and create the related subpages.
> I will also explore using the GitLab Milestone feature a little
> more since it provides a helpful overview:
> I'll also look into creating filters per component and as soon as
> I start using that I will replace the current wiki pages with
> actual GitLab issues (once I'm certain that I would like to work
> on a specific feature).
> I guess it will look something like this:
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