[Bf-committers] Status of 2.35a/b
trip at spymac.com
Fri Nov 26 01:34:00 CET 2004
Aw... That then removes the constant 'fun' at testing out new features
in beta mode as much. What about two different forks one for beta one
for super non buggy like someone mentioned before. That way fun could
still be had but you also keep blenders good name sake to outsiders.
On Nov 25, 2004, at 5:34 PM, Ton Roosendaal wrote:
> To prevent discussions going off topic :), this mail is not meant to
> discuss what we can do in general on release cycle improvements,
> stable/unstable releases, testing, or the like. It's imporant, but it
> is something we don't have to urgently decide on.
> What is important now is to pin down what to do with the current CVS
> version. Looking at the amount of fixes that were already done, and go
> on still, I'd like to stick to the proposal to keep CVS 'frozen', with
> exception for important fixes only. Just stabilizing...
> It is hard to predict in this phase what the right moment is to
> publish another binary release. We can review this sunday again - on
> mailing list and IRC meeting.
> However, the current release does have a couple of disturbing errors,
> which is important not to keep online for too long. So I really hope
> we can do the final update/release asap, in 7-10 days.
> Still prefer to name that release 2.36, as result of three weeks
> stabilizing after all changes in 2.35. The work that's currently being
> scheduled - like for armatures, new transform, softbodies, UI work,
> raytrace patches, etc. will likely take a while, and at least it's
> good to then have a 'stable' release online to refer to.
> Schedule could be;
> - post big article on websites with links to test binaries, list of
> issues & solved bugs, and call for "last chance" to get your bugs
> fixed (I can do tomorrow)
> - post test binaries (2.35c whatever) around sunday
> - post final 2.36 release the week after.
> Ton Roosendaal Blender Foundation ton at blender.org
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