[Bitcoin-development] Development Roadmap of Bitcoin Core 0.9.2
kristovatlas at gmail.com
Wed Apr 23 20:05:49 UTC 2014
On 04/22/2014 09:30 AM, Warren Togami Jr. wrote:
> Bitcoin-Translators mailing list is an announce-only mailing list for
> developers to communicate to translators at particular times when new
> translations are needed. Replies and discussion would go to the
> bitcoin dev list. Subscriptions to this list would additionally be
> valuable to the project as it allows for a convenient way to ask for
> translations of other related projects like bitcoin.org
> <http://bitcoin.org> that are hosted on theTransifex platform.
> Whenever source strings of significance are changed or deadlines are
> announced, translators will learn of work to be done in Transifex
> quickly as they will all be subscribed to this announce list.
> Discussion of translation issues should be on the Bitcoin-Development
> Development Roadmap of Bitcoin Core 0.9.2
> The Bitcoin Core developers have a desire to do a mostly bug-fix and
> translation update release in v0.9.2. A feature and string freeze will
> start about 3 weeks from now.
> The purpose of this development roadmap is to communicate the project
> intent and to better organize volunteers. Hopefully doing so will make
> clear when particular types of contributions are most welcome and help
> to push the release process forward in a more timely manner while also
> improving the quality of the release. Missing a target goal is OK.
> The developers may decide to delay particular goals if there are good
> reasons on a case-by-case basis. While schedules may slip, it is
> generally a good thing for a goal to have existed.
> Schedule (subject to change)
> 13 May 2014:Feature freeze. Source string freeze. Release candidate.
> 20 May 2014: Testing of a release candidate is roughly a week. More
> time can be added at the discretion of the developers to allow for
> testing if further release candidates are deemed necessary due to
> subsequent changes.
> Nightly Gitian Builds
> To make it easier for non-developers and translators to get involved
> in testing unofficial deterministic nightly builds are now available.
> Warren Togami
I see that the latest nightly build (thanks for that, Warren) is still
not compatible with Tails/Debian Squeeze. Is there still an intention to
address this issue? Might it be fixed by 0.9.2?
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