[maemo-community] "Community service pack"

From: Attila Csipa maemo at csipa.in.rs
Date: Mon Dec 13 21:52:07 EET 2010
On Mon, Dec 13, 2010 at 9:04 PM, Ville M. Vainio <vivainio at gmail.com> wrote:

> Extras would only be broken for the apps that use the -experimental
> libs, if there is a fumbled release. So, it's a "life they have

What I was trying to say is that there is a good chance every release will
be fumbled with the current process :) as it is really not meant for heavily
interdependent multipackage projects (as seen from some Python binding
growing pains).

> chosen". I'd expect the releases in -experimental to be rather
> mechanical merges instead of proper quality assured releases. With

Yeah, but that still leaves the question of extras-testing open. Changing
underlying versions of Qt in the middle of testing can break things (we
really don't want t-downs on unsuspecting apps because a certain Qt build is
broken), and chances are that there is sufficient overlap that there is not
a moment when no package in testing is affected.

Niels, any comments on the whole thing ? As I understand it, this is quite
different form what/how it is happening now, but have no insight how
easy/difficult it would be to implement.
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