[Qgis-developer] QGIS 0.9.2rc1

Tim Sutton tim at linfiniti.com
Tue Jan 22 05:06:55 EST 2008


Sorry I thought we adressed this on IRC but maybe we didnt. The idea
is to follow rc1 release with a bug triage release - effectively
extending the feature freeze for another month or so. It should be
safe to call your rev up work 0.9.1-0.9.2 since there should be no
feature changes between 0.9.2rc1 and 0.9.2 final (new features should
be happening in branches, not in trunk anyway). That make sense post
coffee? :-)



2008/1/22, Magnus Homann <magnus at homann.se>:
> Tim Sutton wrote:
> >So not wanting to
> > deviate from our release schedule, but at the same time wanting to
> > indicate the fact that there are a number of unresolved issues, we
> > will be going about the normal release process, but releasing as QGIS
> > 0.9.2rc1 (rc signifying release candidate). It is our hope that by
> > building packages and making a rc release we can give early adopters
> > ready to use binaries to commence more detailed testing and bug
> > reporting. We will follow up 0.9.2rc1 with a bug triage release
> > focusing on stabilising new features and improving render performance.
> How does this sudden change of plans interact with revions upgrade
> functionality?
> <rant>
> When I implemented functionality to take project files from one release
> to another, I followed the releas plan that was on the Web. After 0.9.1,
> there would be 0.9.2, and then work continue with 0.9.3. Now, I have no
> idea how you want to note the difference in releases in the project
> files, if at all. What about changes between release candidates?
> Personally, I think we should stick to the original plan. What's next,
> release 0.9.2.rc2a-VI-svn12345? It's just getting silly.
> </rant>
> (Time for morning coffe...)
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