Looks great, I'll hop on the release video as usual. Will see if I can
get manuscript and voiceover done so we can release subtitles early for
28th and get it to translators in good time as well.
On Wed, Feb 14, 2018 at 2:46 PM, Allan Day <a...@gnome.org> wrote:
The next GNOME release is scheduled for 14th March - exactly one
month from today. This means that it's time to think about release
Things that we usually do for releases include:
Screenshots for the release notes and screenshot pack
News story for gnome.org
Email Friends of GNOME donors
Social media plan
Support release parties
We will need help with many of the other tasks if we are to complete
them on time. (I'm happy to focus on the text for the release notes
and probably the news story.) Please let me or another team member
know if you are interested in helping out.
Also, if you have any ideas for other things we could do, it would be
great to hear them.
Some tentative deadlines for this:
28 February - release notes finished and released to the translation
7 March - send press packs out under embargo
14 March - publish news story and release notes, email Friends of
This is a slightly more aggressive schedule than we've done in recent
years, but it is really what we should be doing in order to give
translators enough time and to allow press outreach to happen.
How does that sound?
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