[Bf-committers] Module Owner List
blender at dingto.de
Wed Dec 29 19:17:10 CET 2010
sure there is no reason why we should not also have official FreeBSD
Am 28.12.2010 19:09, schrieb pete larabell:
> Hi Thomas,
> Just curious as to whether there is enough need (want) for FreeBSD builds
> that you'd like someone to do official builds, or shall that just be left to
> graphicall.org uploads?
> I built the 2.55 for FreeBSD i386 and amd64 architectures but didn't get a
> response yet about 2.56 when I inquired about not seeing FreeBSD on the list
> of platform builders being asked if they were ready/able to do 2.56.
> I checked the ModulesOwners to see if FreeBSD was listed on Release OSes and
> it wasn't. If there is not enough need for it that's fine, I can just post
> to graphicall, but I'm certainly willing and able to build for official
> releases too so long as I know in advance that I should be doing it.
> I know the unofficial title of FreeBSD build maintainer was sorta given to
> Jaevixa McNomera after she started releasing builds in graphicall some
> months ago, and I offered to pick up the task when she was near fatally
> injured a couple months ago. I spoke with her about when she'd be back and
> able to resume her role in building these, and her current projected time is
> summer 2011 at the soonest.
> So basically, if you guys want a FreeBSD guy to do release builds, I'm happy
> to do it. :)
> On Tue, Dec 28, 2010 at 11:50 AM, Thomas Dinges<blender at dingto.de> wrote:
>> Hey everyone,
>> for the last few months it was quite unclear, especially for new
>> developers and patch-submitters who is responsible for a module. That is
>> now finally solved.
>> Ton has reviewed and approved a list, I have made about 1 year ago. This
>> list was in the wiki and most of the current developers already took a
>> look at it, so it should be all fine.
>> Mindrones made a template of it, so this list can be put into other wiki
>> pages which is very useful.
>> It would be cool if everyone could take a look at it again and if there
>> is something wrong please answer to this mail here on the list.
>> You can also checkout the guidelines on how to put this info on wiki pages.
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