KDE Frameworks 6 - Virtual Sprint setup

Volker Krause vkrause at kde.org
Wed Feb 3 15:40:35 GMT 2021

On Freitag, 29. Januar 2021 15:57:59 CET Adam Szopa wrote:
> Hello,
> I've been talking with David Faure about setting up a Sprint focused on KF6 
> work. Some of the topics would include:
> - Reviewing the KF6 board
> (https://phabricator.kde.org/project/board/310/[1]): -- Clean up
> -- Tagging Junior Jobs
> - Working out a structure/process for handling:
> -- "Stuck" tasks
> -- Unit test regressions
> - Decide the 5.15 minimum requirement bump timeline
> - Decide on a 6 branching strategy and timeline
> - Decide if/how ECM should support multiple Qt versions
> That's just an example list - the wiki[1] should include the up to date and
> detailed topics.
> The Sprint will use the KDE BBB instance - same tech that powered last years
>  Akademy; I'll coordinate that with our sysadmins to have it available.
> As for the date and length, usually Virtual Sprints are a weekend thing. I'd
> love to hear from you if that sounds OK, and which weekend would be
> workable for you (how soon can we get this started) and your preferred
> availability hours. I'll set up a poll later to pinpoint the final timing.

Poll: https://framadate.org/LGvewKljewnW6836
Wiki: https://community.kde.org/Sprints/KF6/2021Virtual

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