On Mon, Aug 2, 2010 at 10:00 PM, Ana Guerrero <a...@debian.org> wrote:
> As you might now, KDE 4.5 is being released in 3 days and the Debian
> freeze seems not to be close. Last release mail said end of August,
> but I would not be surprised if it takes 2-3 weeks more at least.
> That would mean we would be about the time 4.5.1 is likely to be out.
> So my question is: who is willing to work towards uploading 4.5.0 to
> experimental (or unstable) and then 4.5.1 to unstable?
> This needs some general planning of what needs to be done and tell the
> release team about our plans. I am willing to help with this part
> and make uploads if needed, but I do not have too much time for the
> updating part.
I have already started working and I have most things done in libs,
pimlibs and all of kdebase. However, my time is limited too. I will be
away from home this week and when I come back I need to do some paid
work too, so I don't expect to be as productive as I was this weekend.
I'll try to help as much as I can, though.
Regarding the release team, somebody should go ahead and ask them
asap. I'd also like to see kde 4.5.x in squeeze and I am not much
willing to go back to 4.4.5 to fix potential RC bugs.