[Frugalware-devel] Delay 0.6 release?
vmiklos at frugalware.org
Thu Nov 9 00:44:32 CET 2006
On Wed, Nov 08, 2006 at 11:32:17PM +0100, Gabriel C <crazy at frugalware.org> wrote:
> *we do NOT care about any *major* software releases. eg:
> So say all release 2 days 'as stable' after the roadmap release date we
> won't care at all. Isn't this a bit ... weird ?
atm we have 3000+ packages, say every package has 2 releases a year,
that is 6000 new stable version, that is ~16 / day. are you still think
it is possible to plan? :)
> What we do is the same roadmap as always. I mean *who* to hell cares
> about +/- 2 -3 weeks of delaying ?
okay, for 0.7 i'll post here a proposal before updating roadmap.xml,
+- 2-3 weeks for all dates is ok to me
> We should not _forget this is a Distro thing_ , if we release a broken
> gnome,kde,xfce as 'stable' all will say 'Frugalware is crap' and not
> the kde m8r or the xorg one. The next thing we really forget sometimes
> is all about 'Team Work' *because* we do work on Frugalware in our
> free time. So the best is I give you all some power cookies :P and we
> think about some solution for 0.6 and do it better for 0.7 with a more
> planned 'roadmap' or alike.
okay, i hope the idea i've proposed above will help to create a better
udv / greetings,
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