Am 17.10.2016 um 22:14 schrieb Ludovic Courtès:
> Once ‘core-updates’ is merged (hopefully in a few days), we could start
> a ‘staging’ branch and put changes that require between ~300 and ~1200
> rebuilds.  The idea would be to close the branch much more quickly than
> core-updates (the changes should be less disruptive, with little chance
> of breaking things.)

This is a good idea, too.

I meant some branch like "core-updates-next", as a staging branch for
the next "core-updates" cycle, too. So if he core-updates are currently
build, we most likely do not want to tough it. But we could already push
some changes to core-updates next to get them off our todo-lists.

But maybe this is just what you call "staging" branch :-)

Hartmut Goebel

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