We should schedule a meeting to discuss actions. We must decide on what to do, who does it and when it should be done.
Proposal: Wed. 11.07.2008 - 22:00 GMT. Any objections? On Thu, 2008-05-29 at 17:06 +0200, Stephan Erb wrote: > I am of the opinion that we should remove code from gajim if we know > that it is not fully functional. > > Removing should be preferred over disabling it because we can never be > sure that there aren't any uncaught side effects. It may also happen > that some user enable it and report bugs in other areas (yes, code is > that coupled) and we are unable to easily reproduce it. > > After removal the patches could be applied to separate branches. Users > who really want it can use it and we make sure that the patch doesn't > get lost. > > > On Sun, 2008-05-25 at 12:55 +0200, Jonathan Schleifer wrote: > > Stephan Erb <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > > > > When I look at gajim, I see the following broken windows: > > > - OSX integration > > > > It's totally broken and I'm for reverting it and doing it from scratch. > See above. > > > > > > - OTR-Encryption > > > > We can keep that in trunk and just remove the line that loads the OTR > > module before release. It's possible that we get it fixed, but I really > > doubt it, > See explanation above. > > > > > - GPG-Encryption > > > > What's broken about GPG? Never had any issues with it. > I was not precise enough here. It is working but the implementation is > very complex, so no refactoring for 0.12 is planned. > > > > But you forgot the biggest breakage: Session centric. > I am OK with session centric and think we should definitely keep it. > Things are shaping up and I haven't seen any big breakage in the last > days. (Even unit tests are coming). > > > Best Regards, > steve-e > > _______________________________________________ > Gajim-devel mailing list > Gajimemail@example.com > https://lists.gajim.org/cgi-bin/listinfo/gajim-devel
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