On Wed 13 Jan 2010 10:15:48 am Harald Sitter wrote:
> Am Mittwoch, 13. Januar 2010 15:58:54 schrieb Roderick B.
> > > Something I meant to add to my last, probably way to big
for many to
> > > care about, email, I wanted to add this:
> > >
> > > If you are making large changes to anything, it would be
nice if this
> > > list was utilized to communicate the changes. Reading IRC
> > > isn't on my agenda, plus I only have it go so many lines
with irssi, as
> > > to not fill up, and going through logs is a bit tedious at
> > > Everyone uses good changelogs when uploading to bzr, but
it would be
> > > nice to have the information handy in one place. This way
> > > who follow this list but maybe do not follow bzr commits
or IRC, can
> > > kind of see what is going on.
> > >
> > > What do you think?
> > It would be nice if we had a way to have the bzr commits to
> > get posted to the list... (reduce duplication of effort and
forces us to
> > commit sane and politically correct comments in bzr).
> That might even be possible since launchpad does have a watch-
> commits-feature, question is just if it will not be too high
> if we restrict it to core KDE I suppose we would be good ...
that is if
> everyone is willing to read that kind of mails anyway
I don't think it would be too terribly high volume at all. On
normal weeks we might be 3-5 commits, with perhaps 20 or so on
weeks with KDE releases.
> Question: seperate list or kubuntu-devel?
I'd personally be fine with having the commit mails come through
on kubuntu-devel myself.
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