Release team's activities

Allen Winter winter at
Mon Jun 29 03:06:32 CEST 2009

On Friday 26 June 2009 1:12:15 pm Sebastian Kügler wrote:
> I've just updated the release team's techbase page, I think the changes are 
> mostly trivial and just documenting what we actually do. I do want people to 
> look over it to make sure we're all on the same page.
> I've replaced "Current Activities" with "Activities", changing "we're now in 
> the 4.1.3 freeze, ..." with a couple of points what we actually do on a 
> regular basis.
> * Make sure KDE is in a releasable state when we release it (this depends of 
> course on the individual modules)
> * Plan and communicate when KDE releases happen, and intermediate steps to get 
> there (betas, rcs, code freeze and unfreezes)
> * Providing packagers with sufficient information to package and ship KDE 
> (information about dependencies, for example)
> * Decide on exemptions for the code freezes (often boils down to granting it 
> if the translation team OKs it)
> * Collecting the set of features for the next release
> * Take the final decision if a feature enters the release, or not

Looks great.
Thanks for doing this.


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