Re: Making Conglomerate part of Gnome Office
- From: <msevior physics unimelb edu au>
- To: <jody gnome org>
- Cc: <rodrigo gnome-db org>, <gnome-office-list mail gnome org>, <msevior physics unimelb edu au>, <conglomerate-devel lists copyleft no>
- Subject: Re: Making Conglomerate part of Gnome Office
- Date: Sat, 20 Sep 2003 01:33:04 +1000 (EST)
> On Thu, Sep 18, 2003 at 01:23:18PM +0200, Rodrigo Moya wrote:
>> On Thu, 2003-09-18 at 05:07, Jody Goldberg wrote:
>> > It will probably take until the end of the month for the dust to
>> settle on Gnumeric'a 1.2.x tree before we branch. As soon as that
>> happens the first order of bussiness will be pulling out the nascent
>> library and as much of gnumeric's inards as it requires.
>> yes, gnome-db is getting a few bug reports and fixes. So, what about
>> rolling out a GO 1.0.1 revision at the end of the month?
> Works for me. Abi-folk ?
We're certainly fixing lots of post-2.0 bugs now too. On the other hand we
have a big bug with our windows FE which prevented us from releasing a
windows binary for 2.0. Unfortunately the Windows developers are having a
hard time understanding how to fix it. However it should be fixed in two
weeks time so a 1.0.1 of Gnome-Office would be close to a 2.0.1 relase for
AbiWord. In this instance I agree about a 1.0.1 release for GNOME-Office.
However in general I think it would be best if the different apps made
releases when it suited them, except for coordinating releases.
I think that at this point in the development of AbiWord it would be good
for us to aim for time-based releases similar to Gnome.
Dom will have his own opinions of course and we'll discuss it on the
abi-dev list too.
>> > 7) gnomeprint
>> > This one is shaping up to be _the_ piece of the gnome office
>> > platformat that needs love. Its effectively unmaintained.
>> > Its api is not optimal, and we all need it.
>> hmm, then I suppose this is not only a GO problem, but a GNOME-wide
>> problem. I think we should maybe raise the issue in
>> desktop-devel-list, and see if it can be fixed.
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