[sane-devel] [janitorial] Upcoming release: 1.0.29
povilas at radix.lt
Wed Dec 18 22:02:30 GMT 2019
Hi Olaf, Ralph,
On 12/17/19 11:11 AM, Olaf Meeuwissen wrote:
> Hi Ralph,
> Ralph Little writes:
>> On 2019-12-15 4:08 a.m., Olaf Meeuwissen wrote:
>>> Our source tarballs are built using a minimal Debian 10 Docker image
>>> already. In the compiler warning department things don't look as
>> I'm stretched a bit thin on the SANE front and I don't want to
>> over-commit, but I will try to tackle at least some of the warnings.
> Thanks, I already saw the merge request you created. Let's create
> separate issues and MRs for each category/backend combination for which
> there are still warnings so fixes can hit master sooner.
>>> Despite of a somewhat visible lack of progress to the above goals I set
>>> (for myself?), I suggest targetting 2020-01-20 as the release date for
>>> 1.0.29. How does that sound?
>> I think it is probably doable but it might be a bit tight if we want to
>> get through all that work for the release, what with the intervening
>> holiday period.
> Holiday period? -> plenty of free time, no? ;-)
>> With exam season pretty much out of the way for our student
>> contributors, maybe we will see a splurge of activity :D
>> I know it's been a bit of a busy time for many over the last few weeks.
> Seriously though, what's ready for release goes to master, the rest can
> stay on a branch until after the release. Or, we can create a separate
> release branch sometime early January if that is more convenient.
I would vote for a separate release branch. Locking down the master and
keeping changes in separate branches has the overhead of that either
it's a single branch and it's time consuming to make separate, focused
MRs out of it later or it's many branches, but then one continuously
needs to do various git magic to keep developing during that lockdown
> # WRT to the SANE Standard conversion, that can progress independently.
> # Only after that's all been taken care of do I think we can rip it out
> # of the sane-backends package. For 1.0.29, we will release with the
> # SANE Standard included (as we've done for ages).
> Hope this helps,
> Olaf Meeuwissen, LPIC-2 FSF Associate Member since 2004-01-27
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