is fdo#81113 a release blocker for 4.3.0?

Sophie gautier.sophie at
Wed Jul 16 07:58:06 PDT 2014

Le 16/07/2014 16:55, Joren DC a écrit :
> Hi David,
> Thanks for bringing this to the mailinglists.
> op 16-07-14 16:01, David Tardon schreef:
>> Hi all,
>> Any opinions on $SUBJECT? The bug has got importance highest/critical;
>> unfortunately it was triaged a day too late... Note that this is just
>> one possible manifestation of the problem: the same misdetection (and
>> failure to open the file) can happen whenever a remote file is opened.
>> It depends on whether the file is detected before the Keynote filter is
>> tried.
> I had a little chat with David in the IRC:
> (16:46:17) jorendc: dtardon: what file formats are affected do you think?
> (16:46:29) jorendc: dtardon: depending on that it might be a blocker or
> not (IMHO)
> (16:47:00) dtardon: jorendc, i have no idea. any that would come after
> keynote during the detection
> (16:47:28) jorendc: dtardon: is there a chronological list where I can
> see what comes after keynote detection?
> (16:48:27) dtardon: jorendc, no, there isn't
> (16:49:29) jorendc: dtardon: okay, I see. But I assume all ODF and other
> common file formats (OOXML,...) are non affected? I'm struggling about
> how many users'd be affected.
> (16:49:46) jorendc: And the fact we still advice to use 4.3.0 version
> for testing purpose
> (16:49:55) jorendc: (very) early adopters
> (16:50:05) dtardon: jorendc, these should be well before that
> Little summary:
> * As far I understand _most common_ file formats are not affected
> * We clearly state that point .0 versions are for testing/(very) early
> adopters only.
> As far I'm concerned: don't block the release of 4.3.0 but make sure it
> is in 4.3.1.
+1 :)


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