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Re: [libra-dev] Libra build
- From: Hannes Erven <hannes@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 23 Nov 2016 21:45:24 +0100
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Do you plan any improvements for Oxygen beyond bugfixing?
We should prepare the Oxygen plan for WTP soon. If you give me a list of
planned feature, I will include then in the planning doc.
my current plan is to look into all open Bugzilla issues, try to
understand and reproduce them, and if possible develop a fix. Some of
those might qualify as "new features" (e.g. cycle detection/cycle
allowance, support to add arbitrary ressources, ...).
To be honest, I think I will need to look into most of the bugs much
more deeply to be able to fully understand what the issue is, think of
possible solutions and probably discuss with -dev whether its within
Libra's scope to fix it.
Personally, for the tasks I routinely use Libra for, I'm not missing any
features at the moment - it works reliably, and my primary interest is
to keep it running as stable and fast-failing (aka user-proof) as possible.
Does that answer your question regarding the WTP plan?