I want to do a new release

John (J5) Palmieri johnp at redhat.com
Fri Mar 3 08:57:23 PST 2006

On your own bindings you can decide how much review a patch needs.  Just
use good judgment.  Ask yourself, if I get this wrong will others be
affected.  As the bindings get more mature I would expect them to tilt
towards stricter review like the core has right now.  The import part of
the Qt binding right now is getting them used and tested.

On Fri, 2006-03-03 at 10:51 +0100, Thiago Macieira wrote:
> John (J5) Palmieri wrote:
> >Get all your patches in if they have been approved or push them for
> >approval.  I want to do a 0.62 release with the block in poll fix and
> >the various build fixes that have been going in since the 0.61 release.
> >Are there any fixes we want to wait for?
> I've reached feature-complete state in the Qt bindings now (at least, my 
> initially planned features) and I've almost finished writing the API 
> docs. I'll commit all of this to CVS on Monday, probably. If you plan on 
> doing the release during the weekend, let me know and I can merge my 
> branch during the weekend.
> However, I still reserve the right to break the API again :-) (I'll submit 
> it for API review here at Trolltech and I've already got a few more 
> ideas)
> As a side-note, nobody is approving my patches, mainly because I'm 
> probably the only person who understands the code right now. (Harald 
> Fernengel is too busy with other assignments)
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