Re: Maintainers, please read this. [Re: GNOME 3.19.2 unstable tarballs due]

On Wed, 2015-11-25 at 21:40 +0100, Frederic Peters wrote:

Philip Withnall wrote:

On Wed, 2015-11-25 at 11:07 +0100, Frederic Peters wrote:
I'm a bit surprised by 1) but we could certainly automatically
a list of maintainers / modules/ time/commits since last release,
that could be useful.

I think 1) would be useful because I have a load of modules which I
not sure if they need to follow the main GNOME release schedule. I
a nagging fear they should, but then nobody poked me about doing a
release, so I forgot to check up further. As a result, a lot of my
modules haven’t had releases following the schedule. (Sorry if I
been a total pain because of this.)

Would such a list be useful for the release team, as a way of
who needs nagging? If so, then I hope producing it should not be
much of a drain on your time — if it is a drain, then you probably
shouldn’t do it.

This was mostly done manually (at least as far I am concerned), but
here is an experiment,

And the red modules are first targets.

(this has been generated from my local clones, updated a few hours
ago, if it's something we want to pursue it would be quite nice to
have this automated and running on GNOME infrastructure) (the disk
requirements exclude openshift).

Nice! If it's not much effort to get this running on GNOME
infrastructure, I think it would be useful, and have it linked from the
release reminder e-mails.

What do the x/y numbers mean?


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