[geeklog-devel] Beyond 1.5.1
Chris 'Chipper' Chiapusio
chipper at llamas.net
Wed Sep 24 09:33:19 EDT 2008
On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 09:51:54AM +0100, Michael Jervis wrote:
>> So, what are our plans once 1.5.1 is out?
>Firstly, decide on the version number. If we're adding GSoC and a set
>of features with a 3-4 month cycle, I suggest we aim for 1.5.2, which
>would imply no other big and disruptive features to integrate.
>> Obviously, we want to integrate the results of this year's Summer of Code.
>> 1) Fix the editors. That's bug #653: When you forget to fill out a
>> 2) Find a replacement for kses. We need to come up with a list of
>> requirements first, though.
>> 3) Raise the minimum requirements.
>+1 on all the above.
If you are going to change PHP and/or MySQL minimum version requirements,
isn't that more than a x.x.1 version bump?
>> Any other items considered big + important?
>I think that should be driven from the following.
>> And then of course there are lots of things in the bugtracker that we
>> should address. I see quite a few minor issues that just had to be
>> postponed for 1.5.0/1.5.1 for various reasons but should be easy enough
>> to implement.
>So, Dirk, if you create a 1.5.2 version in the appropriate drop down,
>we can start filing anything we think as necessary for that release
>under that category and get a "roadmap" view of what's on 1.5.2.
>I think we should then post a public article after 1.5.1's release on
>the site stating what's going to be in 1.5.2 and post regular updates.
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