Ricardo Wurmus <address@hidden
> ezt írta (időpont: 2018. jún. 19., K, 0:17):
I wrote almost 6 days ago:
> Here are a bunch of things that we should look into:
> * Outstanding patches. There are many patches in the queue at
> guix-patches that we should go through, comment on, and/or apply
> before the release. Who would like to join a task force to do that
> together? Let’s pick 5 patches each and review them so that we can
> either comment to ask for changes or to apply them.
This week I'm on vacation. I can start helping with the patches the next week.
Are there any to priority ones?
> : https://debbugs.gnu.org/cgi/pkgreport.cgi?package=guix-patches
> * 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.
> Did I miss anything? Who wants to help?
We aim for a release on June 30, 2018. Unfortunately, so far nobody has
come forward to help us coordinate one of these three tasks.