Future frameworks releases

Albert Astals Cid aacid at kde.org
Mon Jun 22 21:25:58 UTC 2015

El Diumenge, 14 de juny de 2015, a les 20:53:51, Alexander Potashev va 
> 2015-06-11 21:20 GMT+03:00 Sebastian K├╝gler <sebas at kde.org>:
> > Introducing exceptions increases the complexity of dealing with
> > frameworks,
> > their value really is in shared processes and requirements.
> > 
> > I am strongly against watering it down. If some library is better off with
> > its own versioning scheme and release process, then it simply should not
> > be part of our Frameworks releases, but something else (which is entirely
> > possible, still).
> Hi everyone,
> I totally agree that we should leave the KF5 policies alone.
> KImap and other libraries can easily be part of "something else" - a
> new product to aggregate disparate libraries based on Qt5/KF5. I was
> thinking of naming it "Lamedorks 5.x", but Albert will kill me for
> such a name, so backing off to "KDE Vinegret 5.x" ;)

I have never killed anyone and don't plan to ;)

Also i have very little to do with KDE Frameworks releases/coordination.


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