On Tue, 2008-09-02 at 09:23 +0200, Frederic Crozat wrote:
> Le lundi 01 septembre 2008 à 19:55 +0200, Patrick Ohly a écrit :
> > On Thu, 2008-08-21 at 12:37 +0530, Chenthill wrote:
> > >   Thanks, I will send out a mail to the list mentioning the critical
> > > fixes which have gone in recently in the stable branch which needs to be
> > > taken into the distro's.
> > 
> > Bug #548268 is in trunk (thanks Chenthill!) and tested automatically
> > now. The test showed that the time zones in South America and Australia
> > were also affected.
> > 
> > I think we should send out that bug list to the distributors ASAP.
> > Debian Etch is already frozen. Chenthill, do you have the list ready and
> > can you send it both to this list and the distributor list?
> > 
> > My own proposal for inclusion are
> >       * 548268: time zone conversion incorrect
> >       * 546934: [Exchange Connector] contact change tracking is broken
> >         (required by SyncEvolution)
> >       * 499932: [Bug 499932] Not deleting from e-mail server after 
> > specified time
> Frankly, I think it would be much better to do a 2.22.x release for the
> needed fix : you'll get updated translations as a bonus and
> distributions might be more willing to push it, rather than try to apply
> a list of patches.

I think this should be discussed at d-d-l/release-team than lowering it
to Evolution/any-other-project. We currently follow GNOME cycle, as you
know. Unless we hit to a serious issue, you will be always be the
waiting for a release, where as developers would waiting for a more
better time to do it. 

We sort of do stable releases for upto 4 months (after the .0 release)
or so, where as the newest version arrives in approx two months after
that. What we currently discussing are those 2 months, where the stable
branchs doesn't have a release, unless there is a security/vulnerability

It has both pros and cons. But, I would say, notify bugs, so that
distro's can pick at their choice. Giving a window of a release, can
probably break at times. Just my thought.


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