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== Babel Team Development Strategy ==
 
== Babel Team Development Strategy ==
 
=== Prioritizing Strategy ===
 
=== Prioritizing Strategy ===
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The Babel team's strategy to processing bugs and feature requests is (in order):
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# Bugs that cause incorrect translations to be saved or prevent people from enter translations
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# Finishing the version zero issues (deployment, documentation)
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# Bugs preventing project teams from adding their projects to Babel
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# Server performance issues
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# Bugs preventing users from consuming the output of Babel
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# New features
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== Setting up a Development Environment ==
 
== Setting up a Development Environment ==
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The Babel server environment is a typical LAMP environment.  Apache 2.x, PHP 5.x, MySQL 5.x and a CVS client are likely the only prerequisites.
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Steps to setting up a Babel Development Environment on Linux:
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== Submitting code patches ==
 
== Submitting code patches ==
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== Release process ==
 
== Release process ==

Revision as of 16:57, 31 January 2008

Contents

Babel Team Development Strategy

Prioritizing Strategy

The Babel team's strategy to processing bugs and feature requests is (in order):

  1. Bugs that cause incorrect translations to be saved or prevent people from enter translations
  2. Finishing the version zero issues (deployment, documentation)
  3. Bugs preventing project teams from adding their projects to Babel
  4. Server performance issues
  5. Bugs preventing users from consuming the output of Babel
  6. New features

Setting up a Development Environment

The Babel server environment is a typical LAMP environment. Apache 2.x, PHP 5.x, MySQL 5.x and a CVS client are likely the only prerequisites.

Steps to setting up a Babel Development Environment on Linux:


Submitting code patches

Release process