> On Feb 2, 2018, at 10:32 AM, Jan Mulder <jlmul...@xs4all.nl> wrote: > > On 02-02-18 18:51, Dirk Hohndel wrote: >> Hi there, >> I’m finally back and feeling well. Still catching up with all the activity >> on GitHub - it’s so nice to see that things continue even if I’m not >> available. >> Thanks to Jan, Robert, Lubomir, and everyone else who kept things moving! > > Good to have you back Dirk. As you can see on GitHub, I (and I think most of > guys that can commit to master) sometimes struggle a little with the question > "Should I commit this or just wait for Dirk?" And than Willem starts asking > "do I need to do something to my PR to get it merged" :-) when a simple PR is > sitting idle for a couple of days.
In general very few things really NEED me (I think). But if there are specific questions and I’m not responding, shoot me an email… that usually works. >> It’s been over a month since the last release, the CHANGELOG doesn’t show a >> lot of exciting activity, but we decided to try for a much more steady >> release cadence, so I think we should do this. > > Agree, and we might even consider a new mobile version to the respective app > stores, as we are still sitting at 2.0.1 (4.7.4-280), so we (deliberately? > not sure) do not follow the monthly schedule there. Obviously, the relevant > progress there is a little less, but funny was that Robert and me at Boot > Dusseldorf immediately had to say to Matthias "oh, that issue you are trying > to show us with the mobile app is already fixed upstream”. Yeah, that sucks. I am less diligent with updating the mobile app because it’s such a pain to do so. But I’m happy to release a 2.0.2 (or whatever) there as well. /D _______________________________________________ subsurface mailing list email@example.com http://lists.subsurface-divelog.org/cgi-bin/mailman/listinfo/subsurface