seamonkey progress III
asac at jwsdot.com
Fri Oct 6 14:48:34 UTC 2006
On Fri, Oct 06, 2006 at 04:06:45PM +0200, Hendrik-Jan Heins wrote:
> This weekend??
> that's quick!
> How, what where?
> I'm sorry but as I said before, I am learning here as I go, so I can
> not do this quickly!
> If people want Seamonkey, then I am going to need some help here.
I know that its quick and you did a lot of work already ... thanks for
that. I am trapped in the same time-constraint stuff, as I have to
rename thunderbird and do more sarge work before I leave on Oct 13.
I think we can get an exception if we don't make it this weekend, but
it should be our goal to get something worth uploading that is from
the same branch as ffox and thunderbird.
> About the release dates: I think that is quite critical. I have been
> working with 1.1alpha ever since I started building it, and I never
> had it crapping out on me. However, I do need to go over some of the
> patches again when we have to go for 1.0.5, so that is going to take
> some more time.
What patches do you refer to? If you adapted those that mike
provided, the original ones should apply cleanly for 1.0.5 right away.
Its not about 1.1 not being stable from a general user-point of view,
but that there will likely be huge stability fixes in the first minor
releases we would be sad not get into etch. Anyway, lets wait for
Mike and/or Erics opinion on this.
> As far as testing on archs: I have been able to build and do testruns
> both on i386 and amd64, but that's it.
Yes, but those are rarely the problem, because they are supported
> Is it ok, when I do a dump of lintians here, so you can see where I am
> stuck at the moment?
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