[Bf-committers] Blender developer meeting notes, September 28, 2014
ton at blender.org
Sun Sep 28 17:44:18 CEST 2014
I forgot to add the link to the wiki project page:
One of the targets is Martin Felke's fracture modifier!
Ton Roosendaal - ton at blender.org - www.blender.org
Chairman Blender Foundation - Producer Blender Institute
Entrepotdok 57A - 1018AD Amsterdam - The Netherlands
On 28 Sep, 2014, at 17:40, Ton Roosendaal wrote:
> Hi all,
> Here are the notes from this week's meeting in irc.freenode.net #blendercoders, 16h CEST.
> (I noticed a record breaking of 219 visitors in our channel during the meeting. Interesting!)
> 1) Release review
> - Blender 2.72 RC is out! Check http://www.blender.org for download and the log.
> - Sofar reviews and reports are OK, official release might happen on thursday.
> 2) Projects for 2.73
> - Tamito Kajiyama: Freestyle memory optimization will go into 2.73 (BF-funded project result)
> - Thomas Dinges proposes to make Cycles Default as target.
> He will make a proposal to the list here next week, to outline which work should have to be completed for it (IO mostly).
> - Freestyle built-in SVG exporter would be a 2.73 target too:
> - Dun Liang (randon)'s Windows IME support patch could also go into 2.73 - allow better Asian character input.
> - Jeroen Bakker: compositor memory management is ready for final review. updated with all comments:
> - Multiview is going to be a candidate, check the great doc from Dalai Felinto
> - FBX: there are two addons, the 'experimental' one has the latest work on it.
> Will get tested and improved for 2.73.
> 3) Other projects
> - Joshua Leung shows preliminary support for editing (copying, moving/rotating/scaling, selecting) grease pencil strokes.
> Could become target for next release, including fills. Work was inspired by Daniel Lara (Pepeland)!
> - Bastien Montagne has first working results for mesh transfer data, current (still heavy wip) code is on
> - Dalai Felinto and Benoit Bolsee had long sessions in Blender Institute about Game Engine work and possible Development Fund projects.
> No direct outcome can be mentioned yet, but at least they'll carefully align work with the Viewport project.
> - BTW: Campbell Barton and Sergey Sharybin will fly to Amsterdam on tuesday, to work in Blender Institute with Antonis, Lukas, and the rest of the Gooseberry film crew.
> That's it, back to work!
> Ton Roosendaal - ton at blender.org - www.blender.org
> Chairman Blender Foundation - Producer Blender Institute
> Entrepotdok 57A - 1018AD Amsterdam - The Netherlands
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