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Hosted by Kevin Ottens and the KDE Frameworks crew.
 
Hosted by Kevin Ottens and the KDE Frameworks crew.
  
Notes taken during the meeting on [https://notes.kde.org/p/frameworks-bof-akademy-2014 etherpad]
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Notes taken during the meeting on [https://notes.kde.org/p/frameworks-bof-akademy-2014 etherpad] (not really, network not stable enough).
  
 
== Agenda ==
 
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** Windows installers
 
** Windows installers
 
** i18n status
 
** i18n status
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== Meeting Notes ==
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=== Branch Policy ===
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There is no branch, everything happens in master.
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Feature branches: Should be very short lived, if they live longer than 2-3 weeks look at splitting them into smaller changes. Might not be best suited for ReviewBoard review, alternative review approaches are allowed. Rebase/split into independent commits is possible, force pushing is currently disabled on the main repos (possible on personal clones, or with new branches).
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Lack of long term stable branches caused concerns from packagers initially, try it nevertheless for now and see how well it works.
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to be continued...

Revision as of 12:25, 9 September 2014

Akademy 2014 Frameworks BoF

Hosted by Kevin Ottens and the KDE Frameworks crew.

Notes taken during the meeting on etherpad (not really, network not stable enough).

Agenda

  • Practices topics
    • Branch policy
    • Commit hooks and reviews -- want to use Gerrit?
    • Getting more tests
    • Licence Policy - would it be useful to allow code from Qt into KF5?
  • Technical topics
    • libkonq
    • sycoca replacement
    • kdepimlibs
    • Accessibility
    • kglobalaccel runtime parts in kglobalaccel itself?
    • Windows installers
    • i18n status

Meeting Notes

Branch Policy

There is no branch, everything happens in master.

Feature branches: Should be very short lived, if they live longer than 2-3 weeks look at splitting them into smaller changes. Might not be best suited for ReviewBoard review, alternative review approaches are allowed. Rebase/split into independent commits is possible, force pushing is currently disabled on the main repos (possible on personal clones, or with new branches).

Lack of long term stable branches caused concerns from packagers initially, try it nevertheless for now and see how well it works.



to be continued...


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