[gst-devel] summit conclusions + plans

Tim Müller t.i.m at zen.co.uk
Fri Feb 25 06:39:04 CET 2005

On Sunday 20 February 2005 18:19, Thomas Vander Stichele wrote:

> - We will aim for a 0.10 release about three months from now - say,
> Monday 16th of May.
> - We aim at a feature freeze around April 20th

Just out of curiosity:

How is that going to work given the GLib/Gtk 2.8 release schedule?


points towards a GLib-2.8 release at the beginning of August, and I was under 
the impression that Wim's GObject thread-safety fixes were a requirement for 

Those fixes, however, seem to have a target milestone of GLib 2.8 according to 

which means that our 0.10 stable releases won't make it into distros for at 
least 2 months if everybody stays on schedule ... 

Is that part of the plan, or did you just set ambitious targets to accommodate 
unexpected delays and the time it takes to port plugins?


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