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Re: [GNUnet-developers] estimated 0.11 release or next rc?

From: ng0
Subject: Re: [GNUnet-developers] estimated 0.11 release or next rc?
Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2019 18:45:33 +0000


Christian Grothoff transcribed 1.2K bytes:
> On 1/24/19 12:46 PM, address@hidden wrote:
> > About one year ago we released the first release candidate for 0.11.
> > 
> > Since no OS will ship release candidates in their official repositories,
> > and I am working on support for another cross-system package manager 
> > (pkgsrc),
> > and we can't expect people to have a good experience with 0.10.1
> > and backporting patches is not recommended for downstream package managers,
> > my question is:
> > 
> > What's the hold-up for either the next release candidate or a proper 
> > release?
> > I've read the remaining bugs filed on the bugtracker. What's missing?
> The stuff from the bugtracker, which you said you read. They involve
> * "finishing" the Web site migration (server setup, documentation),

Okay, since I have been mostly handling the website before and the initial
tickets for it came from myself, I will work on finishing the website.
It should be mostly ready as Devan wrote (people are already using the
tutorials!), but there's lots of proofreading left. Personally I want
a shorter explanation for the /gnurl page as it was never very clear
and too long (maybe just too long). pkgsrc gave me some input on it. 

> * a few bugs are in feedback (reporters amatus, lynx & schanzen should
> let us know if they are fixed!),
> * a few known crash bugs that really ought to be fixed (most likely by
>   schanzen, ch3 or me)
> I would also really like to see #5363 (currently assigned to DVN) fixed
> first, as having proper CI will make final release testing much more
> pleasant.
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