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Re: Luna Post-Release
I also remember there was some talk about refreshing indicators completely,
maybe even moving to something else than libindicator.
I don't think it appears in the blueprints list....
On Sun, Aug 11, 2013 at 9:44 PM, Daniel Foré <daniel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> Good question! We'll have to figure that our as well.
> If I remember correctly, there's some kind of online tool where everyone
> can enter their availability and we can find out when we're all free at the
> same time. Anyone have a link to that?
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> On Sun, Aug 11, 2013 at 11:40 AM, A. "Xylon" V. <avlabs314@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
>> I've gotten so used to the feature freeze adding new stuff seems si
>> When will this big contributor meeting be held approximately? A week?
>> On Aug 11, 2013 7:25 PM, "Daniel Foré" <daniel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Hey everyone!
>>> First of all, congratulations! You guys have been working super hard for
>>> the last two years to bring something truly awesome to desktop Linux and I
>>> think from all the amazing feedback we've received, you've definitely
>>> You guys rock.
>>> But obviously the big question is, "What now?"
>>> Well I have some amazing news: feature freeze is finally over! It's time
>>> to have a little fun again. No more nose-to-the-grind with all the bug
>>> fixing. I myself am writing this from my extremely unstable Saucy install
>>> that will probably crash in a few minutes for no apparent reason. And it's
>>> freaking exciting!
>>> So my first recommendation for you guys is to upgrade yourselves. We all
>>> know that 12.04 (and thus Luna) is aging when we're talking about
>>> development. I don't think we've come to any official decision, but most of
>>> us have been casually throwing around the idea that Luna +1 should release
>>> alongside Ubuntu 14.04. We're all super excited about the latest Gtk,
>>> Clutter, etc.
>>> In case you didn't already know, there's a handful of suggestions for
>>> what to work on in Luna +1 here:
>>> But honestly, take this time to be free. You deserve it. Have fun. Give
>>> yourself a pat on the back for how awesome you all are.
>>> Once the dust settles on this release, we might want to talk about
>>> having another contributor meeting in IRC to get our heads on straight and
>>> decide on some general guidelines for Luna +1 (like a real codename, if we
>>> really want to release with 14.04, etc)
>>> Thanks again everyone and congratulations!
>>> Best Regards,
>>> Daniel Foré
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