gnucash 2.2.0 this weekend? Which dates precisely?
nbinont at gmail.com
Fri Jul 13 21:16:11 EDT 2007
ok, thanks. I should be able to start the build within a few hours of your
On 7/13/07, Chris Lyttle <chris at wilddev.net> wrote:
> Sorry Nathan,
> Been away most of the week and just caught up on this thread. I am
> compiling the release tarball this evening and will let you know when I
> upload it. Hopefully we can still co-ordinate a release announcement
> Nathan Buchanan wrote:
> > On 7/10/07, *Christian Stimming* <stimming at tuhh.de
> > <mailto:stimming at tuhh.de>> wrote:
> > Chris, Nathan, and all,
> > I think we're ready for 2.2.0. We've fixed a whole number of
> > Windows bugs; we
> > reduced the showstoppers on Windows to a minimum; and we've fixed a
> > significant number of overall bugs as well. I think we can go
> > ahead and
> > release 2.2.0 at the next date that seems fit.
> > Great!
> > As discussed earlier, we want to send the announcement out when
> > not only the
> > sources are uploaded, but the Windows binary is available as well.
> > @Nathan
> > and @Chris: which of the schedules at
> > http://wiki.gnucash.org/wiki/Release_Schedule#Schedule seems good
> > to you? Or,
> > if not this weekend, which of the following weekends would work
> > I think the second option sounds better "Alternatively, if the
> > announcement should be sent out on a Sunday, here's how we could
> > schedule this: Source package is tagged in SVN and uploaded on
> > Thursday, July 12th. Binary package is created and uploaded by
> > Saturday, July 14th (and needs to be copied to gnucash.org
> > <http://gnucash.org> as well). Announcement is sent out on Sunday,
> > July 15th."
> > But I am flexible. Chris - If you could let us know when you are
> > aiming at having the tarball up (date and, if possible, morning,
> > evening, etc), I can minimize my response time in creating the binary.
> > I'll try to hang out on IRC a bit more in the coming days.
> > Nathan
> > Once you've pointed out the dates that work, we'll agree on the
> > schedule. And then we'll have the GnuCash-On-All-Systems release!
> > That's
> > extremely cool.
> > Regards,
> > Christian
> > --
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