Re: Tagging hildon packages

Hi all,

I'd like to suggest something slightly different.

>From 2.0 on, we should tag our *upstream* releases (no the maemo debian
packages) just like in GNOME modules. For example: hildon-desktop 2.3.1
would be tagged as HILDON_DESKTOP_2_3_1. This way we don't mix debian
packages tags with upstream packages.

IMO, we should branch all our modules for Hildon 2.0 release with the
same branch name. My suggestion is that we all modules have a branch
named "hildon-2-0". Future development continues on trunk.

I have some other ideas but, for now, I'd like to know what you all
think about this basic tagging ans branching policy.



Em Ter, 2007-10-02 �10:32 +0300, ext Tommi Komulainen escreveu:
> Hi,
> Below is the list of latest tags in sardine.packages for the modules
> listed in
> I know we didn't exactly have release candidates or other release
> process, but could the maintainers tag their releases as '2.0.0' when
> you think it's good to call stable?
> If '2.0.0' doesn't make sense for a module, feel free to use a version
> number that makes sense and indicates a "stable" release (as opposed to
> constantly being developed in random ways.)
> module                   latest tag
> -----------------------------------
> hail		         <missing?>
> hildon-1 (libhildon)       1.0.17-1
> hildon-control-panel      1:2.0.0-1
> hildon-desktop             0.0.39-1
> hildon-fm (libhildonfm)    1_1.9.41
> hildon-help                 1.9.5-1
> hildon-input-method     1_1.99.29-1
> hildon-theme-layout-4      0.14.0-1
> hildon-theme-plankton      4.14.0-1
> hildon-theme-tools          0.5.2-1
> hildon-thumbnail             0.14
> libhildonmime              1.9.11-1
> sapwood                     3.0.0-1

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