valorie.zimmerman at gmail.com
Sat Nov 2 22:40:17 UTC 2013
I see a general approval of doing targeted merges, but I see nothing
on the trello indicating what we're merging, and what delaying; just
one card saying we are delaying.
Since there is barely a week until 4.12 beta1 tagging; what is the
On Fri, Nov 1, 2013 at 12:23 PM, Philip Muskovac <yofel at gmx.net> wrote:
> IMO it's a bad idea to not merge at all. Esp. the 4.11 splits were rather quickly wrapped together and are usually done differently in debian.
> For the rest it's probably better to check which changes debian has an apply those to our packages where it makes sense instead of doing full merges.
> Also note: 4.12 beta1 tagging is November 6th, so we have ~ 5 days to get this done.
> On Thursday 31 October 2013 20:35:42 Ho Wan Chan wrote:
>> +1 for not doing a merge for 4.11 but -1 for not doing a full merge at all
>> this cycle. Perhaps we can do a merge for 4.12/4.13?
>> Howard Chan (smartboyhw)
>> Kubuntu Developer
>> On 2013/10/31 下午7:20, "Jonathan Riddell" <jr at jriddell.org> wrote:
>> > We merged all the KDE SC and other Kubuntu packages last cycle so it's
>> > up to date with Debian at KDE SC 4.10.2. 4.11.2 is in Debian
>> > experimental so we have the option of merging again to get the latest
>> > packaging but my thinking just now is it won't give us any great gain
>> > but will cost lots of time and possibly some pain if we (usually I)
>> > drop changes accidently. So I'm thinking we only merge on a
>> > case-by-case basis this cycle and do a full merge next time after the
>> > LTS. Any thoughts?
>> > Jonathan
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