[IAEP] [Sugar-devel] Proposal release management
michael at laptop.org
Thu Jun 24 14:05:53 EDT 2010
> What do others think about this?
I'm glad that you have a proposal that excites Bernie, Bert, and Tomeu.
I'm not sure what to think for myself because I don't know whether I
correctly understood your intent from my reading of your, Bernie's,
and Tomeu's words. (See below.)
Bernie and Tomeu wrote:
>> Regarding proposed patches, during our development cycle we have
>> collected a number of patches fixing bugs and adding small features.
> Just in case, note that the RM doesn't really care about what code
> goes in as long as features have been approved and we are in the right
> moment in the cycle (no freezes apply).
Let's be clear: I want *nothing* to do with any software process that works
this way -- you've described a bad shell-script, not a release manager.
However, I'm not sure that this description is actually what Simon was
talking about. Perhaps we should instead be talking about whatever role
describes the people who /do/ care about the code that goes in?
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