[Bf-committers] Blender developer meeting notes - 2021.01.11
jeroen at blender.org
Tue Jan 12 14:20:31 CET 2021
A release this week is a bit to early. There are some patches that needs
to be in that were only committed this Monday. I would propose to clean
up the task list and perform the backports this week. And release next week.
As I quickly counted there are not that many crashes, but there are
On 11-01-2021 11:38, Bastien Montagne via Bf-committers wrote:
> Notes for meeting of Monday, 11 January 2021. 11:00 CET / UTC 10:00 on
> [#blender-coders](https://blender.chat/channel/blender-coders) on
> # Announcements
> ## Corrective Blender 2.91.1 Release
> It is schedule for this Wednesday 13th. Jeroen Bakker will handle the
> release, in coordination with Dalai Felinto.
> The [list of commits](https://developer.blender.org/T83216) is growing
> a little bit too much... Probably needs some review pass?
> ## Blender 2.92
> BCon3 for 2.92 release should happen this week on Wednesday 13th.
> Dalai Felinto will go over the 2.92 tasks, but so far there are still
> a lot of open ones for features, missing icons, etc.
> All developers are encouraged to go over the workboard and address or
> re-assign tasks to next 2.93 release (as a reminder, after BCon3 we
> should only have bug tasks tagged for 2.92).
> Things like missing icons must be tackled, otherwise we'll have to
> revert corresponding features.
> Also Asset Browser and Geometry Nodes will need to be evaluated to
> check if they are ready. Dalai Felinto will coordinate final decisions
> there in next two days.
> * Julian Eisel would rather hide Assets Browser in the 'experimental
> features' for 2.92 release, it needs a lot more polishing, fixing, and
> even some design decisions may need to be re-evaluated.
> * Jacques Lucke notes that the Geometry Nodes sprint planning is
> postponed to Tuesday 12th. Status for 2.92 will be evaluated there.
> # Google Summer of Code 2021
> Application for organizations [opens on January
> 29th](https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/how-it-works/), but all
> developpers are already welcomed to update the [ideas
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