RFC: Move to C++14

Daniel van Vugt daniel.van.vugt at canonical.com
Mon Feb 23 01:10:22 UTC 2015


Also keep in mind that online copy of our docs is a bit out of date. 
What it doesn't say (and it should) is that you need to be running vivid 
(Ubuntu 15.04 pre-release) to build the latest Mir source:
Then follow the docs and building Mir should be easy. Once you've built 
it you can run the demo programs immediately and start tinkering however 
you like.

Another side to getting involved in the development process is to 
participate in code reviews, which anyone can do. Either subscribe by 
email to:
or if you don't want your email getting flooded with messages, just 
check up on this page and start commenting:

Please do get involved. That goes for anyone :)

- Daniel

On 23/02/15 00:15, Alan Griffiths wrote:
> On 22/02/15 11:26, Gauravdeep Singh wrote:
>> Can anyone please help me out to figure out an entry point to get
>> involved in the development process...!!
>> Any help is highly appreciable.
> Hi Gauravdeep,
> that depends an awful lot on what you're interested in doing, what time
> you have for it, and what experience you have.
> The project lives here: https://code.launchpad.net/mir/ (if you want to
> propose changes you'll need to sign up to the Ubuntu Code of Conduct).
> There are instructions for building and testing the Mir code at
> http://unity.ubuntu.com/mir/index.html
> If there's a particular problem or feature you'd like to address then
> there we can discuss by email or on IRC (freenode #ubuntu-mir) how it
> best fits with the existing codebase and design.
> Regards,
> Alan

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