[Uml-devel] Forward: deeper freeze
jr at jriddell.org
Tue Nov 11 06:19:07 UTC 2003
I think I can say that the excellent work in getting Umbrello ready
for a release has been continuing well.
The message below from our release dude below points out some new
rules: any patch larger than one line has to be reviewed by someone
(put it on a webserver and post a URL to this list, whoever sees it
first can OK it), from next Monday any commits have to be related to a
bug with severity of major.
So the beasties we have to tackle are:
59774 crash when cutting last diagram left
- this is a tricky one
67222 Umbrello crashes while removing operations from classes
- I havn't investigated this, presumably needs some investigation to
see if there is a problem and how to solve it
67419 duplicate entries in tree view from moving objects, deleting
- Again this needs some investigation to see if there is a problem
and exactly what it is
67765 crash when deleting last parameter of an operation
- I can't reproduce this
65502 C++ code generator is broken, maybe other as well
- I think this can be closed now?
----- Forwarded message from Stephan Kulow <coolo at kde.org> -----
From: Stephan Kulow <coolo at kde.org>
To: kde-core-devel at kde.org
Date: Tue, 11 Nov 2003 10:43:30 +0100
Cc: kde-cvs at kde.org
Subject: deeper freeze
Reply-To: kde-core-devel at kde.org
Sender: kde-core-devel-bounces-+jr=jriddell.org at mail.kde.org
The actual freeze didn't really work out as expected. The
rate of reorganizing commits isn't really what it should be
in this time of release schedule ;(
Starting with tomorrow I'd like to emphasize the release
freeze even more in applying the following commit rules:
* all non-oneliner commits have to have an "reviewed by"
line where another developer, that can be expected to know
the topic, is named that gave his ok.
* all commits to kdelibs + kdebase have to be posted to
kde-core-devel first (the only exception to this are apidocs
changes and artwork changes)
Starting with next monday (17.11) the extra rule applies:
* Every commit to released modules beside kde-i18n have
to contain a bug number with severity >= major. I'm trying
to watch the activities around bugs.kde.org as close as I can,
so make reasonable use of the severities.
So far I count 50 confirmed bugs >= major. Every other bug
can wait for 3.2.1. We made excellent progress and KDE CVS
is an excellent shape (if you look at the 50 bugs, you'll figure that
most of them aren't new) - it just got some rough edges.
Everyone that isn't able to help with the big bugs I'd like to ask
to test (e.g. move away your .kde for a moment and look at
KDE as a user :) and/or send Lauri patches for updated docu
(but avoid duplicated work and check
http://people.fruitsalad.org/lauri/doc-patches/ before you start
P.S. feedback and discussion welcome - I'm little disappointed
on the little feedback I get about the schedule.
There may be no I in TEAM, but a M and an E.
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