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Re: Roadmap

From: McClain Looney <m_at_loonsoft.com>
Date: 2003-12-15 22:49:06 CET

On Monday 15 December 2003 03:26 pm, CÚdric Chabanois wrote:
> I agree.
> I think a roadmap is important too.

I can handle the linux 3.0 stream releases and osX builds. i'll have to grab
an eclipse 2.1 to make the non-m3 releases (ick, volunteers welcome). same
for osx

> I think Daniel or me (or Looney ?) can do Eclipse 3M5/Win32 too.

Nope, i don't do windows :)

> Perhaps Looney (perhaps me too ?) can do Eclipse 2.1.2/Linux.

yeah, again, i'll have to grab a 2.1 and play with it a bit, though i'd prefer
someone who actively uses 2.1.1 to maintain this.

> Concerning OSX, who can be the release manager ?

afaik, i'm the only mac user for subclipse. anyone else out there using it?
should we even bother with it?

> What do we need to correct/add before next release ?

1. the static compilation issue is pretty big in my book. though i've
exhausted my resources on it. patrick mayweg has been informed of the
situation, doesn't seem to be too interested in it though.

2. javahl is currently coring on osX during commits. i' should track that down
i think. maybe even enter a bug for it. there may be other issues related to
my lack of knowledge in osX land. any other macusers available to vrfy this

3. my first name is McClain, not Looney :)

overall, i think subclipse is quite usable, even useful, and has made quite a
bit of progress since i've been around. definitely time for a release.

McClain Looney
LoonSoft LLC
Received on Tue Dec 16 08:49:06 2003

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