Items related to EFL releases
Oct 17 2019
Apr 10 2019
Jan 11 2019
Let's add more subtasks here whenever we think of anything release-related that needs doing which isn't directly related to any specific code.
Dec 7 2018
Aug 22 2018
I may I have missed something since then but there had been irc meetings that decided some things and left some other for discussion.
I think it was said that voting was only when there was no consensus.
Now I think it is okay to change things but the most efficient way to do it would be to do another irc meeting.
First take the report of the last irc meeting and rise points that you want to be discussed in the meeting.
Aug 21 2018
I agree with @simotek. If someone has a problem with a proposel, he can just commicate via the ticket and sort things out, sounds also a bit more structured than the vote.
I also don't think the vote are necessary unless we get to a point where we can't come to a clear consensus while discussing an issue, at that point we can just open a yes/no vote on that one item, I think that would also be less confusing.
After some discussion on IRC, it seems some people have issues related to the voting process. An idea to improve this could be something like:
I have described these tags in the text: https://www.enlightenment.org/playground/release-cycle.md
Aug 20 2018
Are these tags automatically added by some phab rule, or is that something that the proposal creator has to handle?
Initial draft here (not public yet):
Voting is now ended for this proposal period.
Aug 17 2018
this is a bit of a problem as you can vote only for 1 item...
Aug 16 2018
Aug 13 2018
You cannot. The proposal window is closed for this round of voting. 5 weeks from now there will be a second round of voting to include additional features which are proposed at that time.
How do I add items to the voting?
The difference in perspective shapes how people will respond. With this approach we are by default assuming that all proposals are good and will be accepted, and people must put work into rejecting them if they have strong feelings.
Also, maybe it's too late for asking this but, why is the polling in negative form (what features are you opposed to)?
I know very little about most of the features in the list, so I do not feel inclined to vote against somebody else's work :/
Core developers is imo anyone who is significantly active in the project, not necessarily limted to committers.
Jul 31 2018
Jul 30 2018
Jul 19 2018
Adjusted version of the proposal that I sent to the mailing list: