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*Moving to Subversion? Technical advantages?
 
*Moving to Subversion? Technical advantages?
 
**Standard folder structure to help with common builds?
 
**Standard folder structure to help with common builds?
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*Short Ganymede videos - doing one to highlight usability changes and have pinged Brian Payton to do one for the SQL Query Builder - what else do we want to feature as part of this a "What's New?" approach?
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*Accessibility assessment - done for Connectivity
 
*Open discussion
 
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Contents

Attendees

  • Brian Fitzpatrick
  • Linda Chan
  • Sheila Sholars
  • John Graham

Regrets

Agenda

  • Maintenance release dates? 1.6.1 - Wednesday September 24 - September/Fall release, and 1.6.2 - Wednesday February 25 - February/Winter release - ok with everybody?
  • Branching/timing - after RC4?
  • Moving to Subversion? Technical advantages?
    • Standard folder structure to help with common builds?
  • Short Ganymede videos - doing one to highlight usability changes and have pinged Brian Payton to do one for the SQL Query Builder - what else do we want to feature as part of this a "What's New?" approach?
  • Accessibility assessment - done for Connectivity
  • Open discussion

Minutes

Action Items

  • New dependencies need to be approved, especially those across other projects, orbit, 3rd party, or whatever

Tabled for Later Discussion

  • Discuss after Ganymede release
    • Discuss DTP charter change to simplify addition of a committer to two or more subprojects at the same time without going through separate committer elections
    • Perhaps in the future come up with a Component architecture document that shows DTP dependencies to consumers
    • Schedule a "scrubbing" pass of the bug backlog after 1.6 (over the summer) to close bugs that we won't ever fix (minor tweaks, things that have been obsoleted along the way, etc.) to try and reduce the bug count