Martin wrote: > basically, I agree with you. But why can't I find the release notes > for the alpha 4.0 on Github? I thought Alpha 1 is freezed, isn't it?
The problem is not whether the alpha or beta is frozen, but of a translator publishing notes for an alpha or beta and its being stuck as the only translated version available because nobody followed up with an update. > I think there are some core sections that will not change much. So please > send me the material. Actually, everything changes radically, especially from alpha --> beta. Alpha notes are really just placeholders for the new features, in most cases. > Just a thought. Would it be useful to make open changes in your own > branches and merge them later with the release branch? We could do something like that. I have a repository for docs on github that Denis and I used while we were working on the Developer's Guide. It has not been used since then. It could do with a cleanup, once I figure out how to do that. I'm a Github moron but I did manage to work it before our repositories went under 2FA. At the moment I am stuck with not being able to push anything. Mark has given me some tips on what I might try and I'm planning to get into that at the weekend. In the meantime, I'll zip up the sources for the Fb4 alpha notes and put them in the pre-release area of the web.firebirdsql.org website and send you a link. Note, Dmitry is currently preparing stuff for the Fb4 Beta 1, so I expect to be working on that over the next couple of weeks. Helen --- This email has been checked for viruses by AVG. https://www.avg.com _______________________________________________ Firebird-docs mailing list Firebirdemail@example.com https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/firebird-docs