[ros-dev] New Release - how're you feeling?
rob at koepferl.de
Wed Jun 22 11:51:06 CEST 2005
let's put it this way: I have no problem in doing an intermediate release.
NEither idealistic nor by work. For my unterstanding, releases are time
driven, not feature driven.
So you're currently not feeling good for having a release build?
I asked for a release one month ago, but I have to admit, not inbetween,
So if not more people are worrying, I think we should have a try ???
> I've been asking for a intermediate release for a month now, and
> frankly now is not a good time. HEAD is going to need a while (again)
> after all of these header changes. After we got rbuild stabilized
> would have been a good time, but several of the developers are stuck
> in this "No more 0.2.x releases" mentality.
> We are not going to get to 0.3.0 anytime soon unless someone other
> than arty works on networking (or we change the requirements for
> On 6/20/05, Ge van Geldorp <gvg at reactos.com> wrote:
>> > From: Robert Köpferl
>> > Since I am not deep in developement and thus have no feeling
>> > about the curent state, I ask you:
>> > How about the next Release build to put on sf.net?
>> Sounds like a good idea to me.
>> > Is the new build system running well, already?
>> Works well enough for me, I don't think this is blocking a release
>> > Do we have the features for a 0.3?
>> > Will we want to do another intermediate?
>> Probably a 0.2.7.
>> Gé van Geldorp.
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