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Re: Handshake: Org-mode + Emacs releases

From: Nicolas Goaziou
Subject: Re: Handshake: Org-mode + Emacs releases
Date: Sun, 01 Dec 2013 12:13:42 +0100


Jambunathan K <address@hidden> writes:

> I am a bit apprehensive that (what you think as) essentials MAY get
> missed in Vanilla Emacs proper.  So it would be good if you could
> communicate with Emacs developers the Org-mode features that you want
> packed in the upcoming Emacs release.  (If this is already communicated,
> well and good)

I am no maintainer so I cannot tell which Org revision should be merged
with Emacs.

FWIW, considering the 15 days time frame we have, I think 8.2.3 family
is stable enough (modulo some features that might be cherry picked from
master) and would be the obvious safe choice for a quiet end of year.

8.3 release (i.e. built from master) has some interesting features, but
may require more work from Org developers during pretest phase.

> Stefan was indicating mid-December for the current release.  Needless to
> say, having features bundled as part of pre-test builds would get more
> beta-testing and coverage.

That's true. Nevertheless, with the package system, I would say we
already have a good coverage at each release.

OTOH, I think that Org versions bundled with Emacs should focus on being
rock solid.


Nicolas Goaziou

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