announcement: Kwave is in kdereview

Albert Astals Cid aacid at
Thu Oct 27 00:16:09 BST 2016

El dilluns, 24 d’octubre de 2016, a les 6:29:46 CEST, Thomas Eschenbacher va 
> Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> > El dimecres, 12 d’octubre de 2016, a les 7:15:31 CEST, Thomas Eschenbacher
> > va escriure:
> > [...]
> > 
> >> BTW: how should we handle these findings during review phase: is it ok
> >> four you to handle/discuss them here on the mailing list, or shall we
> >> use some bug tracking system? If so, should we use Kwave's current bug
> >> tracking (which is on sourceforge) or the KDE bug tracking?
> > 
> > You should be really using KDE Bug tracking, we're simply not going to
> > release an application as part of KDE Applications that doesn't use
> >
> ok, and how should I do this?
> When I go to, then kwave is simply not in the list!

Ask sysadmin to create one for you i guess.

> And the next question: are there any blocking points that prevent the
> application from going on to kdemultimedia? (any things that can not be
> handled by bugtracking?)

That's a good question, i would expect [almost] everything we reported during 
the review phase to be fixed before the actual move happens, after all, that's 
why we review.

I guess you think some of the issues we have raised are not critical enough, 
can you clarify what have you fixed and what you think can be fixed later?


> regards,
>    Thomas

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