Re: [gnome-network] code freeze

Hi Rodrigo,

On Fri, 2004-09-10 at 11:08, Rodrigo Moya wrote:
> Hi
> I totally forgot to say that now that we are part of GNOME 2.8 and that
> GNOME is in hard code freeze now, we need to send all patches to this
> list as well as to release-team gnome org for approval. We need 2
> approvals from the release team and 1 from one of the gnome-nettool
> maintainers. Without this, no patch can be committed to current HEAD,
> which is the soon-to-be-released-with-gnome-2.8 code.
> I was thinking we could create a branch (gnome-2-8) for 2.8 work and
> leave HEAD for things that are too big for 2.8 or that don't get
> approval from the release team.
> Sorry for not having said all this before :)

	You're talking about gnome-nettool as opposed to gnome-network, right?

	I noticed some commits yesterday and mean to ask about them. Are they
intended for GNOME 2.8? If so, they weren't approved by the release team
and so shouldn't really be released ... perhaps you could create a
gnome-2-8 branch at the tag for the release candidate?


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