Release Time Shift
schumacher at kde.org
Fri Mar 16 17:04:40 CET 2007
On Friday 16 March 2007 16:37, Allen Winter wrote:
> Would there be any major objections to shifting the entire plan forward
> by 1 month?
> 1) The subsystem freeze on 1 April is only 2 weeks from now and we
> still haven't finalized the roadmap.
Which subsystems do you expect to be added to kdelibs which won't make it for
April 1, but will be able to make it a month later?
> 2) I was chatting with some of the core devs this morning, and there is
> still *lots* to-do in kdelibs. (eg, no gui in core, no qt3support in
> kdeui+kio; all BC-related, so it can't be done later)
These all sound not like they would be affected by the subsystem freeze and to
the kdelibs soft API freeze there still is quite some time.
> 3) more time to arrange a kdelibs dev meeting
As this should be a small meeting to be efficient, I don't think we need too
much time in advance. In fact for example piggying back on the meeting Simon
mentioned might be easier than to arrange something new a month later.
> So, 1 May would be the subsystem freeze, with 1 month added onto
> all the other milestones.
Wouldn't it be better to try to go with the aggressive schedule and move
things later in case we really aren't able to make it?
Cornelius Schumacher <schumacher at kde.org>
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