KDE 4.1 planning

John Tapsell johnflux at gmail.com
Tue Jan 8 14:33:04 CET 2008

On 08/01/2008, Dirk Mueller <mueller at kde.org> wrote:
> On Tuesday 08 January 2008, John Tapsell wrote:
> > If we go for every 9 months and sync in best possible with the main
> > distros, then it means that there is up to a year between a bug being
> > fixed and the user being able to get that new version.  That's too
> > long imho.
> You're entirely wrong in this case. if we go for a 9 month release cycle, we
> align perfectly with the next after the next distro release. If we go with a
> 6 month release cycle for 4.1, we don't align to anything and are again just
> in the middle of nowhere with our bugfix and feature schedule.

I thought it was obvious that I was talking more long term, rather
than focusing just on the next release.

If we go for a 9 month release cycle, then sure we might align with
the next distro release, but what about the one after that?


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