Started 2.0 branch
mitchell at kde.org
Fri Jun 26 17:09:17 CEST 2009
> On Friday 26 June 2009 15:54:54 ext Jeff Mitchell wrote:
>> Scott Wheeler wrote:
>>> On Jun 16, 2009, at 10:58 AM, Jeff Mitchell wrote:
>>>> I'd like to propose that we make this easier on Scott -- if people
>>>> a history of (good/solid) hacking on taglib that Scott trusts can
>>>> out the bugs (and leave comments, not close them) and vet the patches
>>>> (and leave comments, not apply them), he can just read through the
>>>> and patches boom-boom-boom and close and them off.
>>> Yep -- I'm essentially fine with this. And for the record, I actually
>>> still read all commits to TagLib even when I'm strapped for time.
>> So we seem to have a way forward then -- we can get a 1.6 release out
>> with all the various bugfixes, and then in a short while I should be
>> able to have an official KDE Git repo set up for taglib 2.0 development.
>> So the next question is: any volunteers willing and/or able to grok the
>> patches, close the bugs, etc?
> Don't have kde.org subversion access, but I would be willing to finalize the
> outstanding 1.6 work first before continuing with 2.0
You don't need it -- my suggestion was that people that have the
technical know-how (i.e. not necessarily in terms of code but also the
relevant tag specs) vet the patches and leave comments for Scott
detailing whether they think the patches are good/valid, whether they
apply/compile cleanly, and if they've been run through any tests with files.
Scott can still commit the patches and close the bugs -- he just doesn't
have to do all the busywork himself.
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