Re: release policy

On Fri, 2010-08-27 at 13:18 +0200, Víctor M. Jáquez L. wrote:
> I'm a bit worried about the size of the last grilo release (0.1.6). It
> was
> huge. That means that we're ignoring the "release early, release
> often" thumb
> rule.

Yes, it was a bit big. We should had do the release some time ago, but
due to different causes, we didn't.

I'm open to discuss a release policy. Right now it come to my mind
different policies:

- As you said, X every commits or months.
- Every X features added; if in a specific time we don't reach the X
features, then release anyway (to avoid being stuck)
- Synchronize the release with another project, for instance, with
Gnome/Glib. Thus, we release when they do they release. I think that, if
someday we become standard part of Gnome, then we will follow this


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