[Kst] 2.0.6 tag and release

Barth Netterfield netterfield at astro.utoronto.ca
Tue Jul 24 15:17:22 UTC 2012

If the release is tagged and the packages made, I think we are fine to just
move on.  No branch necessary I guess.

As you see, the new thing is not particularly invasive.
Lets just release asap.

Nicolas: what announcements do you have planned? Kde-announce, the kst
email list, kde-apps, and qt-apps I assume.

I will update kde-apps, and add to qt-apps once I am told that the
release/packages are in place and ready, and once I have the release

I think that this is going to be a very solid release that we can be pretty
proud of!

On Tue, Jul 24, 2012 at 3:05 AM, Brisset, Nicolas <
Nicolas.Brisset at eurocopter.com> wrote:

>   Can we create a 2.0.6 branch which we can release once the scripting
> install is fixed (or we give up)?****
> I am OK with releasing Wednesday, whether the scripting install is perfect
> or not.****
> Peter has already created packages. I was planning to do a release
> announcement and release as-is. Apparently python scripting is not yet
> working under Windows (hangs up somewhere), it would be great if someone
> could help Peter debug that. I have the feeling there’s not much missing…
> But that’ll be for the next version, unless we can figure it out quickly
> and do an intermediate package with that added.****
> ** **
> I need to start working on a new feature for my current experiment, and
> will want to commit it.****
> I see 3 options there, depending also on what that new feature is and how
> invasive it will be:****
> **1)      **We create a branch for further minor 2.0.x releases and you
> commit to “trunk”****
> **2)      **You create a branch for your new feature and we will merge it
> later, until then we continue committing to trunk****
> **3)      **You switch to git locally and use git-svn to commit later****
> **4)      **We all switch to git (which I don’t know, but I also think
> that sooner or later we will have to switch). I don’t know when’s the right
> time for that, though, as at the beginning it will probably cost some effort
> ****
> ** **
> In any case, I’d be interested to know what that new feature is J****
> ** **
> Nicolas****
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C. Barth Netterfield
University of Toronto
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