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Month: October 2011

Re: [trinity-devel] Trinity 3.5.13 final code freeze

From: "Timothy Pearson" <kb9vqf@...>
Date: Sun, 30 Oct 2011 14:14:48 -0500
> Le 30/10/2011 04:25, Timothy Pearson a écrit :
>> The Trinity Desktop Environment source code is now in a final freeze for
>> v3.5.13.  This means that NO ALTERATIONS of any type will be accepted.
>> Source tarballs are in the process of being built.
>> Distribution packagers, now is the time to get your final binary
>> packages
>> built for release.  If you encounter any build failures on your
>> distribution you will need to patch around them via your build scripts.
>> As a reminder, the official 3.5.13 release will occur on November 1st,
>> 2011.  Official binary packages for Debian Squeeze, as well as Ubuntu
>> Lucid through Oneiric will be available at that time.  No Ubuntu LiveCD
>> respins will be available on the release date, and LibreOffice packages
>> for Oneiric are pending upstream patch acceptance into the LibreOffice
>> project.
>> Tim
> Hello,
> thanks Tim, and all the other contributors, for the work on TDE 3.5.13.
> On my side, I've spent my Sunday building the RPM packages, and this
> evening I already have built and uploaded all TDE 3.5.13 core components
> + dependencies + some applications for the 3 distributions I'm working
> on: RHEL 5, RHEL 6, and Fedora 15.
> I'm ready to release all of them on November 1st.
> I still have some build-related patches to submit, I have incorporated
> them in my packages for now, waiting for the SVN to be unfrozen.
> After the release, I will look into making a Fedora 15 LiveCD with TDE
> 3.5.13 on it. I've never done this before but I'm used to building
> custom installation media on RHEL 6, so it should be mostly the same
> procedure, since the respin tools are the same.
> I will also try to add the missing translation for my language (French),
> because I see that the new features of 3.5.13 are still in english only.
> Thanks
> Francois Andriot

This sounds very good!

Could you provide a brief set of installation instructions for RedHat and
Fedora, similar to the ones already available at  Just send the text file
to me and I'll make sure it goes on the installation instructions page for

Also, do you want your packages mirrored on our mirror system or do you
have something better already in place?

Thanks again for all your work on this; Trinity is now for the first time
available on four major Linux distributions!