|Subject:||Re: [Gnash-dev] 8.9.10 in time for ubuntu 11.10 ?|
|Date:||Sun, 11 Sep 2011 14:37:06 -0500|
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On 09/11/2011 02:28 PM, Rob Savoye wrote:|
> On 09/11/11 13:12, Sandro Santilli wrote:
>> What about getting out next release in time for ubuntu 11.10 ?
> It doesn't really matter, as whenever we do a release, it'd show up as
> an update. Getting out before the Ubuntu code freeze only means it makes
> the initial CD images. Since Gnash currently doesn't build with the
> ffmpeg version in Ubuntu oneiric, that would need to be fixed first anyway.
We have a distro patch for that now.
>> What's the deadline we should hit for that ?
>> If we call feature freeze in one week we have another for
>> testing and closeup before October 1st.
> There are some things I'd like to get done before the next release,
> but I doubt any will be ready for a month or two. Since most of those
> are OpenVG/OpenGLES oriented, having them in the next release isn't
> I'm not so sure I want to get distracted from current development
> tasks by doing a release this month. And I am the one that has to do the
> actual release. I guess I could be talked into it, but I think a feature
> freeze makes more sense after fixing any bugs we'd want fixed, rather
> than fixing them in the release branch.
> - rob -
Regardless, we can probably SRU a new release when it comes out. We should probably actually update all the stable releases with a new gnash since I'm sure that the flash support in 0.8.7 - 0.8.9 is no longer sufficient for a good web experience.
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