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Re: preparing the next release v0.15.0

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: Re: preparing the next release v0.15.0
Date: Fri, 15 Jun 2018 11:53:19 +0200
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The plan looks good to me!

Ricardo Wurmus <address@hidden> skribis:

> * breakage since the last core-updates merge.  Since the long overdue
>   merge of the “core-updates” branch we have a few serious problems on
>   i686 (e.g. the gst-plugins-base package) and armhf.  Who would like to
>   lead an effort to investigate and fix these problems?  (Note: you
>   obviously don’t need to fix them yourself, just keep track of these
>   things and coordinate with others who investigate them.)
> * collecting new features and big changes in NEWS.  The NEWS file
>   already lists some of the changes that the next release would provide
>   compared to 0.14.0, but we all know that there are more.  Who would
>   like to take charge of the NEWS file?  This involves asking people for
>   changes they would really like to be mentioned and coordinating with
>   other volunteers to search through all commits since v0.14.0 to find
>   noteworthy changes.

Agreed with all this.  :-)

> * Finding a date.  Some of the fixes that need to be included may have
>   to end up on core-updates.  According to my calendar core-updates will
>   be frozen on <2018-08-06 Mon> and be merged on <2018-08-20 Mon> at the
>   latest.  That’s a little late, so if we can solve problems on the
>   master branch with architecture-specific workarounds that don’t result
>   in rebuilding the world (in addition to proper fixes on core-updates)
>   that would be best.  What do you think: is July 27 (2018) realistic?

I would prefer an earlier date even, perhaps around June 30.



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