On the road to GNOME 3.0

Release team has gotten a few hard code freeze breaks. Overview of the requests (not going to specify if they’ve been approved; too much work):

March 22

March 23

March 24

March 25

March 26

March 27

March 28

March 29

Pretty huge amount. Incomparable to any other GNOME release. In total, I’ve reviewed 0 of above patches btw. There have been freeze breaks for today as well…

3 Replies to “On the road to GNOME 3.0”

    1. Need to analyse the list and also depends if we run into any blockers; we have a list of things which has to be fixed before 3.0. Not everything is going to be perfect in 3.0.0, that is why we’ll do a 3.0.1 and so on afterwards. I’m not sure why we have such a huge amount of freeze breaks. Could be the combination of the extra week of hard code freeze, together with a lot of additional testing (e.g. Fedora testing days, live image, etc). If there are real blockers we’ll delay of course, but the release critieria is good enough; with perfect being the aim. Some of the things which were fixed were problems in previous GNOME versions as well.

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