On Thu, 02 Oct 2003 12:32:28 +0200, Michael Natterer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> RaphaŽl Quinet <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > we are planning for
> > 1.3.21 soon (not ready for 2.0rc1 yet)
> We cannot make a 2.0 release candidate until libgimp is API frozen.
> Apart from that, current CVS is more stable and more consistent than
> it was at the time we released 1.2, so actually we could release 2.0
> at any time.
Yes, both of these are good points.
> > and the web site hasn't been
> > moved.
> You know my opinion about this.
> I totally agree and still wonder why we still have that old website.
> While we have good reasons to delay 2.0 release candidates, I fail
> to see a single reason for further web site moving delays.
Yes. The site should move as soon as possible. The remaining problems
with the new site have been fixed more than a week ago, and the gimp-web
team has been waiting since then for the site to be moved.
> > I suggest to create that branch immediately after the 1.3.21 release.
> > What do you think?
OK. It makes more sense to create that branch once 2.0 is released.
I just wanted to know what you would think about creating a branch
earlier. While this could be a good idea for a larger project with
more resources, this seems to be a stupid idea of the GIMP. Thanks
for your feedback. ;-)
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