Added my votes.
Idea: best would be if the upgrade could be handled all within Tiki
(more dogfood !) in the future - in similar way as Ubuntu Update Manager
does - so for LTS there would be bunch of checkboxes next to the
Security, Bug Fixes files list (tree) and ppl could decide what they
want to be upgraded.
On 14.3.2012 19:11, Marc Laporte wrote:
> I added three more proposals:
> Please share your ideas.
> On Tue, Dec 20, 2011 at 4:13 PM, Marc Laporte<marc@...> wrote:
>> Link was updated:
>> M ;-)
>> On Tue, Dec 20, 2011 at 12:03 AM, Marc Laporte<marc@...> wrote:
>>> We have a much more disciplined community than back in the 1.9.x days.
>>> Overall higher quality and less bad surprises. And this is in big part
>>> thanks to the Quality Team: http://dev.tiki.org/Quality+Team
>>> The good news is that we have quite a few fixes that are proposed. The
>>> bad news is that these take a significant time, and it's too much work
>>> for the available brain power of the Quality Team. Thus, we have a
>>> This is a common challenge for FOSS communities. And we are much much
>>> better off than the average project because we only do it for the LTS
>>> Here are related links from MediaWiki:
>>> I think if we don't address this and reduce the workload of the QT,
>>> things will get more& more challenging. So I would like to start a
>>> I look forward to you thoughts, of course, especially the Quality
>>> Team. I know some of you met and discussed some of these, but I don't
>>> remember a set of proposals to address this. Please note that since I
>>> am not on the Quality Team, perhaps I am not addressing all the right
>>> pain points.
>>> Best regards,
>>> M ;-)
>> Marc Laporte