Am Montag, 2. Dezember 2013, 15:15:19 schrieb Stephan Kulow:
On 02.12.2013 15:08, Dominique Leuenberger a.k.a.
Valid definition... and something that can be agreed.
But it will still mean, I will not submit GNOME 3.11.2 to Factory; there
are surely bugs (that's why upstream does not release it stable branch)
and I don't know how fast any of the given bugs can be fixed... and I'm
not willing to chase down 250 git commits until the next snapshot
release comes (probably in 4 - 6 weeks).
So, as it stands, I will keep on waiting for 3.12.0 to become available,
at which point I probably can't submit it due to none of the integration
work being done / prepared (the upgrade will be too large for all other
packages to absorb it... and the GNOME Team will not have time to run
after everything, as we'd want 3.12.1 in there soon too).
so far, Factory was a 'integration' project, with the aim to be usable..
new it shall be a usable project, with the aim to integrate new stuff. A
small, but subtle difference. And the ultimate target to have it
stabilized was the release.
Yeah, there are several ideas floating around to get you back that
always-broken project. Like Richard's suggestion to aggregate all devel
projects somewhere to get the experimental repo.
Since we have currently only a limited number of devel projects this
could be easily done by project linking of these projects.
The risk will be that it never finishes to build because of permanent changes
though. So it might get never published ....
But we could try if it works.
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