I used to send three email, two for lxde-list one for brother@..., no response
I don't know why, the mail archive at sf.net not show the email I sent too.
So I decide to release it myself.
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From: "Martin Bagge / brother";
Date: 2011年7月21日(星期四) 晚上10:50
Subject: Regarding LXDM 0.4.0(.1)
Nice to see a new git tag in the repository and a file at sourceforge. Too
bad that you decided to in no way contact any other peeps around the
If you had done that we could have had a 0.4.0 with a new 100% translated
language. We even could have had some "old" languages with
updated/completed translations. Who knows?
Instead of the preferred order of events I will do a LXDM 0.4.0.1 release
next Wednesday and I have initiated a translation update to help this up.
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From: Martin Bagge / brother <brother@bs...> - 2011-07-22 07:58:52
On Fri, 22 Jul 2011, dgod.osa wrote:
> I used to send three email, two for lxde-list one for brother@..., no response
I should have recieved the one sent straight to me but I have no
recollection of that. The lxde-list@... has been dead for three
months now and we are trying to get SF.net to help us with that.
> So I decide to release it myself.
So something went poop somewhere.
I earlier said that I want to do a l10n only release next week (the 27th
of July) but there were two segfaults reported in the bug tracker
yesterday and that got e thinking that we probably should solve them and
do a proper 0.4.1 fixing the segfaults and including updated translations.
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