It’s in testing phase right know, afaik. So there’s hope.
Also Javier, please check Mattermost chat, some people were looking for you :)
>Tuesday, 20 July 2021, 12:28 +03:00 from Javier Agustìn Fernàndez Arroyo
>Sooo... what about this, guys? 0.4.13 is ancient... is there any blocker issue
>On Sun, Feb 21, 2021 at 5:40 PM George Bişoc < george.bi...@reactos.org >
>>I'd also vote for the 1st point and ultimately list the current regressions
>>in the press release. After all the remaining regressions can be fixed and
>>further regression testing be continued in the next release as usual. Most of
>>the regressions which belong within user mode aren't huge stop-blockers so I
>>see no point in delaying the release much.
>>Victor Perevertkin < victor.perevert...@reactos.org > wrote on Tue, February
>>9th, 2021, 4:47 PM:
>>> It seems for me that it's time to bring up the topic about our RC
>>> version - 0.4.14.
>>> Our current "stable", 0.4.13 was branched on 30 September, 2019
>>> (remember those peacefull pre-COVID times :D)
>>> That's quite some time, but not the main issue I'd like to discuss.
>>> 0.4.14 was branched on 24 April, 2020. That's almost a year already.
>>> And we're in a difficult situation here - there are regressions, but
>>> nobody fixed them within this long time.
>>> According to https://reactos.org/wiki/Tests_for_0.4.14 , there are 29
>>> unfixed regressions found for this release. I'd like to point out: most
>>> of them are among usermode and non-kernel/driver functionality, and as
>>> our development is mostly focused in the kernel right now, it's
>>> unexpected for them to be fixed unless a volunteer comes up.
>>> A quick reminder. Our "releases" mechanism is useful for finding
>>> regressions in the first place, there is no that much benefit for users
>>> here, because we're still a "deep" alpha. Correct me if I'm wrong.
>>> Joakim made a great job finding all regressions, and this work won't be
>>> lost in any case.
>>> We can't wait forever and I think it's time to resolve this situation
>>> somehow. I see two options:
>>> 1. Release 0.4.14 as-is. There were a lot more buggy releases, nobody
>>> dies from this.
>>> 2. Skip 0.4.14. This already happened once in the history of the
>>> project - 0.3.2 was skipped. I wasn't around at the time, but I may
>>> guess that reasons were similar to what we have today.
>>> (3.) Fix the bugs quickly. I don't expect this to happen, but who
>>> knows, maybe a volunteer appears :)
>>> Let's vote. This seem to be the only way for us to decide on things.
>>> Votes from the team members will be collected until 1 March.
>>> I personally vote for skipping the release. The work on finding
>>> regressions is already done, so the most important part of a release
>>> cycle for us is there (thanks Joakim!)
>>> If we do a release now, all the stuff we were writing in news reports
>>> for the last 6 month would be missing from it. That would cause (as I
>>> think) a lot of confusion to people. Moreover 0.4.14 is not that
>>> featureful release itself (compared to 0.4.13, which brought the new
>>> USB stack)
>>> So I suggest to move on and start checking 0.4.15 for regressions. I
>>> expect quite some of them to appear and we need time for fixing.
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