GNOME 2.0.3 is alive! - We want your tarballs!
- From: Glynn Foster <glynn foster sun com>
- To: gnome-hackers gnome org
- Cc: desktop-devel-list gnome org, The Release Groove <release-team gnome org>
- Subject: GNOME 2.0.3 is alive! - We want your tarballs!
- Date: 09 Nov 2002 23:29:18 +0000
Okay, so we've kinda been slacking a little on the GNOME 2.0.3 release,
which is completely understandable given the amazing work we've been
putting into making the GNOME 2.2 feature freeze. Many thanks to all for
the effort involved - I know for certain that I'm heavily motivated for
2.2 as a result.
So while we're in a comparitively 'slow' period, it seems like a good
opportunity to make a 2.0.3 release that will completely ROCK in terms
of stability, *translations* and overall polish.
This is probably the last 'official' release of the GNOME 2.0.x series
that we'll do - of course, we'd love this to change if we get some cool
bug fixing occuring.
All tarballs will be gratefully received up until Monday 18th November
for a release on Wednesday 20th November. Please let the translators
know when you plan to make a release.
By my initial reckoning, we could definitely do releases of the
eel - translations
bug-buddy - translations
eog - translations
gconf - translations
gdm2 - translations
gedit - translations
gnome-applets - translations
gnome-control-center - translations
gnome-desktop - translations
gnome-games - translations
gnome-media - translations
gnome-session - translations
libwnck - translations
If you don't have time to make a release, and you are comfortable with
someone else making a release, please let the release team know - or
indeed, if you don't plan on making a release.
I'm assuming that we go with the recent releases of gtk+,glib [2.0.8,
2.0.7] and not too sure where libxml/libxslt are right now.
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