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[GMG-Devel] Saturday, I mean SATURDAY contributor meeting!

From: Christopher Allan Webber
Subject: [GMG-Devel] Saturday, I mean SATURDAY contributor meeting!
Date: Thu, 01 Sep 2011 09:14:18 -0500
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BLARG, the title is wrong!  The body of the post is right!

Christopher Allan Webber <address@hidden> writes:

> So!  First of all, we're extremely close to the 0.0.5 release.  We're
> actually basically there, I just need to finish getting the press
> materials lined up tonight.  So that's that.
> Second, I said I was unsure whether or not this would be 0.0.5 or
> 0.1.0... I initially hinted it would be the latter, but I've decided
> that it will be the former!  For two reasons:
>  1) We'll be launching sometime in october, and it would
>     be nice to launch on 0.1.0
>  2) After this immediate release we'll start working toward an API,
>     multi-media support, and federation.  I'd like to kick off work on
>     that right after 0.1.0 and leave this month for addressing a few
>     other things before we rush into those new exciting futures.
> So, other things!  This (awesome, awesome) release will go out tomorrow,
> which means... time to start planning the next release!  Which
> means... MediaGoblin contributor meeting!
> * MediaGoblin contributor meeting!
> * --------------------------------
> *                                 
> * When: Saturday, 4PM UTC               
> * Where: #mediagoblin,
> * What: Talk about this next release!  Help us plan this glorious
> *   future!
> * Who: You... I hope!
> Here's a brief outline of some of the things I think we should see
> happen for 0.1.0:
>  - Licensing support!
>  - Wrap up 0.0.5 stragglers
>  - RDFa integration
>  - Caching integration
>  - More user experience testing and feedback integration!
>  - A new and updated website look and feel!
>  - Starting to work on multi-media support in the processing backend, if
>    there's time?
>  - What else?!
>  - Surely there are things.
> This meeting is welcome to all contributors... including people who have
> never contributed before!  I hope you can make it!  And I look forward
> to a release hopefully as exciting as this last one!
>  - cwebb


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