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Nicola Ken Barozzi wrote:

>From: "Keiron Liddle" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
>>There was a notice of this a number of months ago. Admittedly we have it
>>the other way around. Maintenance releases are made from a branch. So the
>>main branch is where the active development is happening.
>Ok. Makes sense since the community has common views.

I suppose that depends on how you define "community".

>>So where are we:
>>I am going to great lengths to describe how it all works so others will
>>have the knowledge to help out.
>I've seen it and it's very very well done.
>My sincere compliments :-)

Yes, that was a good idea.

>>Many others are helping with ideas and requirements.
>>Not much code is getting done because people are busy and the issues are
>>complex (many of the side issues are being dealt with)
>>The maintenance branch is being updated for bugs etc.
>>I am hoping people will get to a point where they feel ready to jump in.
>>So what needs to be done:
>>Finish the implementation of the line layout
>>do the page layout
>>then do all fo's
>>handle other issues
>>then hopefully we will be ready for a developers release (version number
>>yet to be decided)
>Ok, nice. This seems more like evolution than revolution, am I right?
>Are there any projects underway to change the processing model?
>How about the new property resolving proposal.
>Sorry if I keep asking, but I got a bit confused reading some mails on the
I made an attempt to explain this recently.  Maybe Keiron can try.  Keiron?


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