Re: Proper Web Calendar [Was: GNOME 2.7/2.8 Proposed Schedule]
- From: Telsa Gwynne <hobbit aloss ukuu org uk>
- To: GNOME Hackers <gnome-hackers gnome org>, GNOME Desktop Hackers <desktop-devel-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: Proper Web Calendar [Was: GNOME 2.7/2.8 Proposed Schedule]
- Date: Mon, 26 Apr 2004 16:24:00 +0100
On Mon, Apr 26, 2004 at 11:26:53PM +1000 or thereabouts, Jeff Waugh wrote:
> <quote who="Bill Haneman">
> > Why shouldn't we change this? IOW key the freeze dates to the last
> > timezone before the dateline, or to UTC, or whatever... having freezes
> > that sweep across from east to west doesn't seem to be all that important
> > IMO, what does it accomplish?
> It's easier to understand, it's easier to administer, and it's been working
> very well for ages now. I don't want to make people have to think about time
> zones and shit when worrying about release/freeze dates.
Just to be difficult (sorry), I don't find it easier to understand. Can't
speak for the admin, but sitting on #gnome as a release is (approximately)
due does result in lots of questions about "Is it out yet?" "Is it due out
yet?" "What timezone is the release schedule on?"
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