Release Strategy Proposal

Martin Klapetek martin.klapetek at
Sat Apr 27 22:04:29 UTC 2013


On Sat, Apr 27, 2013 at 12:01 AM, Sebastian Kügler <sebas at> wrote:

> Hey,
> On Friday, April 26, 2013 23:28:34 Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> > > Of course, this being a proposal, its main purpose is to sollicit
> > > feedback,
> > > but I'd also move towards a solution, as far as this describes common
> > > ground among all stakeholders.
> > >
> > > What do you think?
> >
> > I'm all for it if modules want to do this, what we're going to need the
> > list  of exact modules that stop development of new features and make
> sure
> > all the parties that live under that module agree, i.e. kde-workspace has
> > solid and powerdevil stuff in there. Have you talk to this guys and do
> they
> > agree to the "feature freeze"?
> The idea actually came up at a barbecue where Alex Fiestas (CC:'ed) was
> present, and about to head off to Brno for the Solid sprint.
> One thing I checked with him afterwards is was about a possible rewrite of
> parts of powerdevil, but I believe in the end the Solid team decided
> against
> the rewrite, so that is probably off the table.
> Another, possibly intrusive thing is the introduction of KPeople, a
> framework
> to "normalize" the concept of Contacts across the workspace. I don't know
> enough to judge this, input here is welcome in how far this needs changes
> all
> over the workspace, or would need adjustments to the presented plan. Martin
> (also CC:'ed), maybe you could weigh in here?

I'm not entirely sure what the context is here (the proposal you're talking
about; it's cut off), but kpeople will affect mostly just
applications/runtime things like kmail or korganizer. You could think of it
as Nepomuk extension.

Martin Klapetek | KDE Developer
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