[squeak-dev] Re: I wish retake old good practice
Edgar J. De Cleene
edgardec2005 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 11 10:41:29 UTC 2010
On 3/11/10 8:42 AM, "Bert Freudenberg" <bert at freudenbergs.de> wrote:
> On 11.03.2010, at 07:40, Edgar J. De Cleene wrote:
>> On 3/11/10 4:15 AM, "Andreas Raab" <andreas.raab at gmx.de> wrote:
>>> I'm not quite sure what you mean here but the release process isn't
>>> usually the place to innovate. See for example the articles here:
>> Well , if I can't do in Release new ways and only business as usual ....
>> And what the trunk is ? A new way you start.
>> Too bad "my expertise", which is not to much do not have more exposure.
>> I like SL3 become SqueakCore, but if you do not want it, stop me until
>> someone else comes with the same is veeeery unfair.
>> All now talk about modularization. JustTalk.
>> I very old for JustTalk, need SmallTalk now and not in two years.
>> But if the only thing I could do is YOUR list , well I do.
>> And continue with Mendieta at my own.
>> Can't use Experiments for it?
>> And let bold Squeakers have now 4.2 ?
> Well, IMHO you have to wear two hats at the same time.
> For new stuff that should get into a release eventually, wear your
> core-developer hat. Discuss on squeak-dev, get it into trunk.
> For actually making the release, wear your release-manager hat. Package what's
> in trunk. No more.
> And btw, nobody is saying the trunk process is perfect. We need to refine it,
> and possibly switch to another model some day if we figure out an even better
> way to gather contributions. But for now it's what we have, and to get wide
> support for your ideas IMHO it would be best for you to stick to it.
> - Bert -
Fine , you win.
End of discussion.
Arriba Mendieta .
El Sur tambien existe.
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