[Bf-committers] Blender developer irc meeting, 14 august 2011
dfelinto at gmail.com
Sun Aug 14 20:14:49 CEST 2011
If I may add:
"- Branches mentioned that could get included for next release:"
- Nick Samarin's Recast/Detour (from gsoc 2010)
- Daniel Stoke's work in Cucumber (bge polishing and bug fixes).
- Mitchell Stoke's bge animation work in pepper (to be reviewed, but likely
to fit in).
(patiently waiting for end of freeze period)
2011/8/14 Ton Roosendaal <ton at blender.org>
> Hi all,
> Here's a short summary of what was discussed on today's meeting:
> 1) 2.59 release, plans for 2.60
> - Note: tracker up to 206 open reports! No real showstopper reports in
> - Release cycle proposal still needs a formal approval. Ton will help
> finishing proposal.
> - Long discussion on how to manage a 'freeze' after release. Some like
> to have crucial fixes ported over to the the release-branch, some
> prefer a period (week) of commit-only-fixes. Debate can continue over
> the week.
> - Agreed is that the short freeze period around release should also
> get a formal "unfreeze" notification on this list.
> - Branches mentioned that could get included for next release:
> - Joshua Leung's work on animation system
> - Benjamin Cook's work on motion capture input
> - Joerg Mueller's audio/speaker work
> Will get further reviewed or decided next week.
> 2) Other projects
> - Note: buildbot now does Win x64 builds too.
> - BMesh progress; Campbell is ready to work on it, will work on a
> planning for it. We have to define when it's ready for trunk (i.e. how
> much can temporarily not work yet).
> 3) Google Summer of Code
> - "Pencils down" soon, we'll update students with requirements as soon
> Google tells more details
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