El 13/04/18 a les 18:40, Cédric Krier ha escrit: > On 2018-04-13 17:54, Sergi Almacellas Abellana wrote: >> El 09/04/18 a les 15:20, Cédric Krier ha escrit: >>> B2CK spent more than 10% of its revenue to support and maintain Tryton. >>> This work include: preparing releases, fixing reported bugs, cleaning >>> code, upgrading new dependencies, publishing news, answering questions >>> etc. >> >> For the release may be can do as other projects an split the work >> between several companies. For example in the kubernetes project a >> "Release Leader" (not sure if this is the right term) is elected for the >> next release and this person is responsible for all the work related to >> the next release. >> >> What do you think? > > Doing the actual release is not much time consuming as I have wrote > scripts to automate it. But it is all the related works like writing a > new, setup the demo server, update the documentation, prepare the > translations etc. that is time consuming. And I do not think it is fair > to delegate all the tasks to a single "release leader". Those tasks > should be divided between some people that can be trusted to do the job. > So we should have a list of tasks to do and a list of people to divide the job on. I think it will be great to ask for help before the feature freeze so others can offer themselves to help and we can divide the work for each release.
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