Release Time Shift

Allen Winter winter at
Fri Mar 16 17:11:50 CET 2007

On Friday 16 March 2007 12:04:40 pm Cornelius Schumacher wrote:
> 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?
> >
> > Reasons:
> >  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?

Ok.  I won't change the plan.
Also annma reminded me that a 1 month shift might not
fit well with aKademy.

Forget I mentioned it. 

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