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Month: November 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] Re: November: Post Release Meeting 11/15/2011

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Thu, 3 Nov 2011 11:09:55 -0500
> In article
> <1320256534.11880.YahooMailClassic@...>,
> Darrell Anderson  <trinity-devel@...> wrote:
>>The Trinity Paper Cut project never got officially launched after
>>3.5.12. I would like to see that project receive official attention.
>>Many bugs were quashed for 3.5.13, but I can't test any bug reports I
>>filed until I build and install packages. I have received only a few
>>notices that any of the bug reports I filed received attention.
> Though I only dabble on the development side I'd like to support this
> view.  3.5.13 is a superb piece of work with many improvements, and I
> am running it on my main stable machine which says something about my
> trust for it.  Congratulations to everyone involved !
> But a few regressions have crept into 3.5.13, particularly my Javascript
> one which is turning out to prevent quite a number of AJAX based sites
> from working, and one or two others that also seem to be related to cmake
> not picking up libraries (haven't bugged them yet as I have been busy
> this week).  I think these may disappoint people who come to Trinity as
> the JS one at least is quite visible.
> I'm certainly willing to help on a "papercut" release and feed
> the fixes forwards to the main branch, to leave the main devs free to
> tackle features in 3.5.14.
> Nick
> --

I would not be opposed to a single SRU for the 3.5.13 kdebase module, as
that is where most of the regressions seem to be centered.  I have started
an Etherpad to keep track of proposed changes in the SRU here:

If you don't have an Etherpad account just request one.