KDevelop4 project file

Matt Rogers mattr at kde.org
Thu Jul 20 17:57:50 UTC 2006

On Thu, Jul 20, 2006 at 10:49:27AM -0400, Andras Mantia wrote:
> > Also, it would help if you could be on IRC more, since this is where the
> > majority of the discussion takes place.
> Unfortunately unless such discussion is announced in adavance it is highly
> unlikely to be there. I still use dial-up (even if a faster one) and pay
> per minute, so I cannot be always online. I'd be happy if
> changes/discussion that affect the framework are done here, or at least
> announced here.

I will make efforts to make sure that changes are announced here when
they are made or shortly after being made. Announcing discussion of a
change may not always happen, but when known about in advance, I'll do
my best to announce planned discussions as well.

> > The other thing to do is to also
> > provide peer review after commits are made so that your issues are
> > addressed
> > then, similar to what you've done here, but with out all the accusations
> > that
> > we're taking steps back, this sucks and doesn't work for you, etc.
> Well, I was in a bad mood as I just made everything work, commited, wanted
> to announce Coolo that one of the problematic module (kdewebdev, the other
> was kdepim) compiles now, when this commit came and everything broke
> again.
> > The
> > best
> > times are during the evening hours in the -5 UTC (-6 GMT) time zone.
> Too "bad" you and Adam are in the US. I am in GMT+2...
> Andras

perfect! just show up early in the mornings and you'll probably catch
everything. :) (only joking)

Hopefully we can be more coordinated in our discussions and provide
notice so you can be available, or at least ask us to change the
date/time if you can't make it. We want you to be part of the
discussions but still need to get stuff done at the same time. Therein
lies the challenge. 

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