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Month: December 2014

Re: [trinity-devel] TDE R14 Hard Freeze

From: Michele Calgaro <michele.calgaro@...>
Date: Thu, 11 Dec 2014 11:01:16 +0900
On 12/11/2014 06:54 AM, Sl�vek Banko wrote:
> On Wednesday 10 of December 2014 03:41:19 Michele Calgaro wrote:
>>> I would suggest for patch releases not focus only on the number of fixed
>>> bugs. Substantial could be, for example, the importance of fixed bugs.
>>> Sufficiently frequent release of new versions also seems like a good card
>>> viability of the project.
>> Agree as well. Anyhow substantial or major bug fixes would probably be
>> better done in minor releases, not in the maintenance ones. Or should be
>> incorporated in the maintenance ones only after a reasonable amount of test
>> time. IMO, maintenance releases should address bugs that do not require
>> major rework/changes. I think of them as a way to improve v14.0.0 without
>> major changes on it.
>> Instead I consider v14.x.0 releases at the same strength of the old KDE
>> 3.5.x releases.
>> Just another 2 cents.
>> Cheers
>>    Michele
> I have a concrete example - bug 2222 - fortunately fixed before final R14.0.0.
> But imagine a situation that could not be fixed and now we should decide.
> I dare say that is certainly, it is a fix for very crucial issue. At the same
> time, in my opinion, this is not a fix that should mean release R14.1.0. For
> such a fix I would suggest release R14.0.1. And that's just the situation
> that I had in mind - a situation where, in my opinion, is inappropriate to
> wait for the completion of the specified number of patches for release.

Ok, I see what you mean. That's fine for me too then.