Re: Proposed: evolution

<quote who="Sander Vesik">

> no, this is rather the "lets put evolution in just beacuse its evolution,
> no matter how much it might differ from everything else, follow no rules
> for desktop modules or how much pain it will cause in the future by
> continuing on the same course" argument 

Dude, you have the wrong end of the stick here. The rationale is "Evolution
is a big module, has a bunch of existing issues, but is trying incredibly
hard to join the release process in a meaningful way" -> everything brought
up here (apart from the copyright assignment stuff, but including bugzilla
and filechooser issues) has been flagged as "to be done" in a reasonable

None of this is intended to be a get-out-of-jail free card for Evolution in
the future. If anything, it means Evo will have much higher expectations and
attention in the next release process.

I, for one, intend to put Evolution under the microscope for 2.10. :-)

- Jeff

What's all that about?                 
    "The cool stuff coming out of doesn't just happen as
    the result of an accident with a particle accelerator and a goat: it
            only happens when people hack on it." - Daniel Stone

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