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Month: March 2014

Re: [trinity-devel] R14.0.0 soft freeze

From: Darrell <darrella@...>
Date: Mon, 3 Mar 2014 12:27:17 -0600
> this is to remind everybody that as of today, R14.0.0 has been declared feature-frozen (soft-freeze).
> No new apps, kde->tde renames, major enhancement will be included in R14.0.0 and they will have to wait for the next release.

I have a pytdeextensions patch I finished yesterday that does nothing but kde->tde and qt->tqt renames. I can push or open a bug report. Based upon everything I saw , I suspect nobody uses pytdeextensions anyway.

> Once the list is fully completed and agreed upon, we should make it the official list and IMO we should declare R14.0.0 as hard-frozen.

I think we ought to play wack-o-mole and get a nice hunk of bugs resolved before moving to hard freeze.

> In the meantime, feel free to suggest what bugs you would like to see fixed in R14.0.0 and if you are willing to work on any of them. Please keep in mind that we want to keep the list as short as possible, in order to release R14.0.0 in a timely manner. Therefore bugs should fit in one of the next categories (in order of priority):
> - blockers
> - criticals
> - cause major loss of functionality to the system or to the user
> - results in loss of functionality that could affect R14 release reviews negatively (such as help buttons not working for example)
> Please do not suggest bugs that do not fit in one of these categories.

Every time this kind of discussion arises I am the lone voice that is ignored. Everybody focuses on Blocker and Critical bugs. The bug list needs to include paper cut issues.