tsuda.kageyu at gmail.com
Tue Jun 23 19:03:02 UTC 2015
Don't mind. I can reopen them any time I want.
If we freeze the changes, I think we should freeze bug fixes too.
Now I am aware of several bugs can lead to file corruption. It would take a
few more month for us to fix them and review them thoroughly.
2015-06-24 3:45 GMT+09:00 Tsuda Kageyu <tsuda.kageyu at gmail.com>:
> Hi Sander,
> First, I agree with you it's good to freeze the changes at a certain point
> or just now. Many people are awaiting the next release.
> Certainly, I have been making a lot of pull requests that may delay the
> progress of the project. However, I don't think they have to necessarily
> merged into the next release. How about closing the non-urgent pull request
> for now? (Privately, I hope "length in milliseconds" feature be merged.)
> 2015-06-24 3:14 GMT+09:00 Sander Jansen <s.jansen at gmail.com>:
>> I think your never ending stream of pull requests have some really nice
>> changes, however it doesn't feel like it is getting us closer to any new
>> What's holding us back from releasing the current master branch? How
>> about "feature / cleanup / refactor" freeze and just focus only on bugfixes
>> (flac id3v1 comes to mind).
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