[ANNOUNCE] wayland 1.13.0

Bryce Harrington bryce at osg.samsung.com
Fri Apr 28 22:54:00 UTC 2017

On Wed, Apr 26, 2017 at 06:47:57PM +0200, Daniel Stone wrote:
> Hi,
> On 21 February 2017 at 22:59, Bryce Harrington <bryce at osg.samsung.com> wrote:
> > Our next major release will be version 1.14, which will be scheduled
> > tentatively as follows:
> >
> >   √ Development opens immediately
> >
> >   - 1.14-alpha in early May
> >
> >   - 1.14-beta around mid May
> >
> >   - 1.14-rc1 late May, with rc2 only if necessary
> >
> >   - 1.14.0 around beginning of June
> I'd like to discuss this. As it stands, we're around a week away from
> shipping an alpha, and feature freezing. At this point, we have
> already committed libweston breakage such that the SOVERSION has hit
> 3. So far, we have nothing to offer for this breakage, just a bunch of
> bugfixes and a pile of cleanups and groundwork that will only become
> useful with future features.
> Quentin has a queue of work he'd like to get through here:
> https://patchwork.freedesktop.org/bundle/sardemff7/next%20release/
> There are a lot of patches in Patchwork we should really get through
> as well, but I don't have time this week (travelling atm). I would
> also like to get the atomic precursor work[0] landed if at all
> possible. And I'm sure others have their own wishlists: Derek's
> no-FD-leak series comes to mind, and I'm sure there are others if we
> looked and triaged properly.
> So, my question: is it worth releasing now, or is a delay in order? If
> we are to delay, we should set a new deadline, and put reasoning
> behind this. For example, as a strawman, I believe about 6 weeks
> should be sufficient to get aforementioned atomic work reviewed and
> landed

Ah, ok, works for me; give me a ping once things are getting close to
where you'd like me to do a release.


> and it seems like we could also get Derek's FD leak series
> plus the libweston output object changes reviewed in that time as
> well.
> Also I think we should start having these discussions for future
> releases. To be clear, this is _not_ about feature-based releases, but
> looking at the time we have, and trying to concentrate all our efforts
> towards things we would like to have for the release. If we had some
> clear goals of what we thought we could get into the release, and what
> would be valuable, we could put our efforts towards that, and
> hopefully have some more focused releases.
> Thoughts?
> Cheers,
> Daniel
> [0] Specifically, everything up to and including the 'atomic
> modesetting support' patch, which lays the groundwork by adding the
> state objects. All the work to actually properly assign planes on top
> of that, will need to wait another cycle, given the lack of time for
> review.

More information about the wayland-devel mailing list