KDE 4.4 Beta1 Tagging ahead
annemarie.mahfouf at free.fr
Mon Nov 30 15:41:27 CET 2009
On Monday 30 November 2009 15:29:58 Sebastian Kügler wrote:
> On Monday 30 November 2009 15:04:05 Allen Winter wrote:
> > On Monday 30 November 2009 08:44:28 Dirk Mueller wrote:
> > > On Thursday 26 November 2009, Tom Albers wrote:
> > > > > want to ship outdated betas, since that makes bughunting less fun.
> > >
> > > ok, I'll tag tonight Beta1. Okay with everyone?
> > Not ok with me.
> > Not until we have a fix for qtbug-5588 in kde-qt and I have a little bit
> > of time to make sure KOrganizer can work again with that fix.
> > Ordinarily I wouldn't be such a pain about an upstream bug, but in this
> > case I need the warm-fuzzy of seeing KOrganizer run again before
> > calling it "beta".
> I think an upstream bug should not hold up our beta release. We can add
> this information to the announcement, so it's clear that korganizer
> doesn't work. As it's one relatively isolated issue, the patch is already
> queued in Qt (ha!) and we clearly say "this eats kittens (cittens)", I
> think that it's OK to move forward. Holding up the beta doesn't buy us
> anything at this point, it will just get us less testing.
> One thing I'd be interested in, to gauge the worst case scenario, when is
> Qt 4.6.1 planned? Hopefully before our planned 4.4.0 release date ...
We have lots of upstream bugs and we don't even know if they are all reported
to Qt tracker, as Alexis recently noted in a mail.
Also it's very unclear why we have kde-qt as it lags behind qt git repo as you
told me the other day when I got a backtrace of yet another qt-related crash
with some applet.
What will distros ship as Qt with the beta? What is the best Qt source to have
as a trunk devel to benefit from latest patches?
Currently Qt crashes make it very unclear what state some software is.
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