Include Konversation in Release Service for 20.12

Albert Astals Cid aacid at
Tue Oct 27 22:11:53 GMT 2020

El dimarts, 27 d’octubre de 2020, a les 14:06:51 CET, Friedrich W. H. Kossebau va escriure:
> Dear Release Service team,
> I would like to ask for the inclusion of Konversation in the Release Service 
> automation.

Sounds good to me.

I'll add it to the modules part of the release on Sunday (giving people some time to complain in case there's disagreement).


> Konversation had lost active release management two years ago, as life shifts 
> things. Yet small fixes and improvements have been getting into the repository 
> all the time, and of course it would be good to have those flushed out to 
> users in a timely manner. Even more as long as IRC is still a thing for some 
> ;)
> While I stepped in in the last weeks to do some manual releases 1.7.6 & 1.7.7 
> after the 2 years release pausing to give the current stable branch some 
> release care and signs of vitality, I do not have resources planned to 
> continue to do so, same for the other occasional Konversation contributors.
> So as discussed on the mailinglist in September (see
> pipermail/konversation-devel/2020-September/007074.html) Konversation would be 
> candidate for getting releases cared for by the Release Service team now, 
> please :)
> Current master branch should be fairly up-to-date to modern coding standards, 
> e.g. no usage of deprecated API of Qt < 5.15 or of latest KF, also using SPDX-
> compatible license headers as well as Qt's categorized logging now.
> So it's not some old body of legacy code kept on life care, but some brushed-
> over well-working software with a stable feature base with moderate size of 
> open bug reports :)
> Please see for the current code here and give it a quick check for things if 
> it meets everything that it should for being covered by Release Service:
> For the version schema, current proposal is up at
> Cheers
> Friedrich

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