[sugar] Current state of Trial-2 builds. (and checkin process).

Jim Gettys jg
Sat Jul 14 20:41:05 EDT 2007


Hmmmm. If that is the current rate of change, it may be we should delay
instituting this process a few days or a week longer.

For the moment, then, I'll urge everyone to start being more careful
about testing packages before submitting them, and to be careful about
choosing which bugs are best to work on.
                                  - Jim

On Sun, 2007-07-15 at 02:06 +0200, Marco Pesenti Gritti wrote:
> On 7/14/07, Jim Gettys <jg at laptop.org> wrote:
>         2) if you have a package/bundle that should go in the build,
>         please
>         include a change log with references to each bug you are
>         fixing.
>         Include it directly in trac; having to excavate your change
>         log out of a
>         rpm or bundle is a bit too painful. 
>         2) please do not assign bugs to J5 yourself; he's on vacation,
>         and we'll
>         approve all changes to the build from here on out.  Right now,
>         we'll
>         (Dan Williams I'm also happy to have make these judgements)
>         likely be 
>         lenient, if your judgment seems sensible. Approval is made
>         when Dan or I
>         assign the trac item to Dan Winship (who is our new build
>         tzar), to
>         include. The bar will be lifted higher as the days go by.

> Jim,
> I'm building several packages every day which goes to the OLPC-2
> branch and hence are included in the builds. How do you want to deal
> with the approval process for these? Should I post a ticket and get
> approval for them before doing the build?
> Marco
Jim Gettys
One Laptop Per Child

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