The second day of the GTK+ hackfest in Brussels started with an hour of patch review. We then went through scattered items from the agenda and collected answers to some questions.
We were lucky to have some dear friends join us for part of the day. Allison came by for an extended GLib bug review session with Philip, and Adrien discussed strategies for dealing with small and changing form factors with us. Allison, Adrien: thanks for coming!
The bulk of the day was taking up by a line-by-line review of our GTK+ 4 task list. Even though some new items appeared, it got a bit shorter, and many of the outstanding ones are much clearer now.
Our (jumbled and unedited) notes from the day are here.
The day ended with a nice dinner that was graciously sponsored by Purism. Thanks!
We discussed too many things during these two days for a concise summary of every result, but here are some of the highlights:
- gitlab migration: We want to migrate the GTK+ git repository as soon as possible. The bug migration needs preparation and will follow later
- GTK+ 4 roadmap: We are aiming for an initial release in the fall of this year. We’ll reevaluate this target date at GUADEC
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