Calling off Beta1
Wulf C. Krueger
philantrop at exherbo.org
Tue May 29 17:59:02 UTC 2012
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On 29.05.2012 19:51, Andreas K. Huettel wrote:
> 1) I fully support the idea that at a freeze things should be
> frozen. This was not ideal in the past, and it's great that you
> want to change it. Having a soprano version plus tarball to depend
> on is a great idea.
While I'm not happy about the KDE release process in general, I'm glad
someone finally stands up and enforces the rules - if it's not done
they'll never be followed.
> 2) However, how about giving people one release to get used to new
This is not new. It's just all too often been ignored.
On a personal side note, how about giving *Albert* one release to get
used to things? Let him pull this through, I'd say and a lot of
unhappy distro (and other) devs will make sure this dependency problem
will likely not occur again any time soon.
> So far some rules have been ignored, next time people will know
> that rules will not be ignored, fine.
That has been tried before and failed. No, thanks.
Best regards, Wulf
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