[Pharo-project] About 1.2
tudor.girba at gmail.com
Sat Feb 26 22:16:31 CET 2011
I think this is the right approach. I would suggest in the future to set a hard deadline a month before, and only include what works at that time. Like this people have time to react, and if they do not, you can safely remove things without anyone telling you that you did not warn them :)
On 25 Feb 2011, at 21:50, Stéphane Ducasse wrote:
> Hi guys
> 1.2 should go out. Marcus and me should spend their time on 1.3, OPAL and the rest.
> Now for PharoDev we want to remove packages that are not about tools.
> If you want XML, openDBX... help us using Metacello to build distributions = something that will work in 1.2 when
> we will be in Pharo 10. Right now this is not normal that a problem in XML in 1.2 impacts the builds in 1.1.
> Proposing bloated images DOES NOT HELP US. Why? Because the goal is to have an INFRASTRUCTURE to take
> a small image with a metacello description repository and load whatever we want. In the future we want to use
> metacello to manage core and not to have a distinction between core and dev. We should be able to load all the time
> RBEngine and use it all the time to fix the system.
> Right now we are LOSING TIME on fixing 1.2 configs while we should invest in the infrastructure that will enable
> to be agile and load whatever configuration we/you will develop.
> So can we be focus on the infrastructure? The concept and tools that we will make us be really powerful in the
> So if the community does not hear our call, we the board will take actions. We do not want to do that but if this
> is necessary we will do it because we want 1.2 to get out.
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