[Libreoffice] [ANNOUNCE] libreoffice-220.127.116.11 tag created (3.4.0-beta4)
oolst at nouenoff.nl
Wed May 4 14:43:49 PDT 2011
Michael Meeks wrote (04-05-11 19:11)
> The problem is; once we start overriding the schedule routinely, we
Yes, but I did not see anyone ask for a routine in this.
More that people are looking for solutions, or partial relief, in this
new situation, with quite hectic circumstances.
> slip endlessly, and no-one cares to fix bugs in a hurry because - well,
> lets just slip the schedule instead :-) Also, the decision to when, how,
> and by how much to slip the schedule is some particularly poisonous
>> I'm aware that a Release doesn't have to be bug-free (is there any
>> bug-free program? :) ) but since LibreOffice is trying to get momento
>> over OOo it should make damn sure that AT LEAST it doesn't have more
>> bugs than the "competition" ;)
> Our first release: 3.4.0 is planned to be as buggy as the developers
> let it be: ie. all bugs not fixed by the time we release will be seen
> live :-) if any are serious - then we can release note them of
> course ;-)
> Naturally, our 3.4.1 release will be better, and by 3.4.2 we will
> exceed the quality of any existing release from anyone (at least, that
> is the plan), by 3.4.3 we'll be in some fantastic zone of stability and
> so it goes.
> This was the plan with 3.3.x - and (so far), it seems to be working
> rather well; I think it will be the plan for 3.5.x too.
Does not sound too mad. But basically I see QA and consultancy people
struggling with the situation, how to handle, help, communicate.
So IMO especially the mentioned unfortunate bugs we had last weeks, that
were (are) really severe stand in the ways for all those helpers, can be
seen as an important reason for the concerns, questions, and so on,
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