Re: Minutes of release team meeting - March 24th

Le mercredi 18 avril 2007, à 16:24, Elijah Newren a écrit :
> On 4/18/07, Vincent Untz <vuntz gnome org> wrote:
> >Le samedi 14 avril 2007, à 18:57, Elijah Newren a écrit :
> >> On 3/25/07, Vincent Untz <vuntz gnome org> wrote:
> >> >ACTION: Elijah to make an official list of modules that don't follow the
> >> >        release schedule
> >>
> >> Draft:
> >>
> >> I realized looking through a long list of modules that I'm not really
> >> sure what the state of several modules are.  It'd be really nice if
> >> others could look over this.
> >
> >I think you got it right. Well, audiofile and esound might be maintained
> >in some way, but that's not a big issue.
> >
> >About the FIXME for reasons to follow the GNOME release cycle, I'm not
> >sure we have anything written outside of this:
> >
> When the Gnomemeeting/gnome-i18n brouhaha erupted several cycles ago,
> I remember reading some good arguments about why scheduling of modules
> should by synced.  It was much more about the syncing of releases than
> about time-based vs. feature-based.  In particular, the arguments were
> about taking advantage of community resources -- testing from the
> bugsquad, translations from i18n, more impressive release notes, etc.
> (These issues were brought to the forefront because Danilo was pretty
> urked that Gnomemeeting was basically realeasing stable versions with
> no notice, at times totally unrelated to the GNOME release cycle.
> This meant that translators had absolutely no time to translate before
> stable versions started being used.  Further, translators felt
> compelled to instantly drop everything they were doing and start
> translating GnomeMeeting at these 'random' times.)
> Hmm, it may have been faster for me to google those old conversations
> than type up a small explanation.  Oops.  Oh well, too late now.

You've won the right to put all this on the wiki :-) I know, I could do
it, but... I'm brushing my teeth. Bad excuse, but it's true!


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