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Re: Using version numbers on the bugtracker

Posted: 13 Sep 2017, 20:02
by Zobator
But does this also mean that a 0.43 release is much more imminent than previously thought? There's only 8 issues still open on the 0.43 roadmap. Or is this just a wrong observation on my part...

Re: Using version numbers on the bugtracker

Posted: 13 Sep 2017, 20:11
by Loriel
Zobator wrote:
13 Sep 2017, 20:02
But does this also mean that a 0.43 release is much more imminent than previously thought? There's only 8 issues still open on the 0.43 roadmap. Or is this just a wrong observation on my part...
I don't think it will have any effect on the timing. Critical issue is probably still availability of the producer of the release videos, not until mid October, so release likely sometime in November. See discussion on the 0.43 release thread at viewtopic.php?f=20&t=4571&start=20

Loriel

Re: Using version numbers on the bugtracker

Posted: 13 Sep 2017, 20:36
by psi29a
Before Christmas. :) 0.44 likely for Q1 of next year.

Re: Using version numbers on the bugtracker

Posted: 14 Sep 2017, 04:17
by raevol
Sounds good all around. :) Thanks for clarifying zini!

Re: Using version numbers on the bugtracker

Posted: 14 Sep 2017, 12:50
by Zini
But does this also mean that a 0.43 release is much more imminent than previously thought? There's only 8 issues still open on the 0.43 roadmap. Or is this just a wrong observation on my part...
That needs some more explanation. The amount of open issues in the current milestone is irrelevant. It does not represent the amount of work still left to do for that milestone. Actually, it never did, which probably confused some people.

As for 0.43 we are waiting for our video maker to get some free time again, which will be in a month or so.