I would suggest the following approach which I believe is practical / realistic:
On 23.10.2012 08:05, Victor Boctor wrote:"2.0.x" is Paul's own "next" branch. He's been working on that for many months
> I'm confused about master-2.x and next was a long term branch.
now, and I believe he would like this to be the new "master". At some point I
even thought he was going to fork (i.e. the mantisbt2 org on github).
I have tried on several occasions to get him to speak with dhx and agree on some
common ground and merging / rebasing changes so that we have only one "next"
branch (see IRC logs).
While there are interesting improvements in Paul's work (particularly the new DB
layer), it is a rather radical approach and I personally have several issues
with the branch as a whole
- it is "back-end" changes mostly, which do not bring any major user benefits
- it breaks plugin compatibility
- Paul has very strong opinions on what should be part of "2.0" or not, and has
therefore intentionally not included some commits to master, not to mention
dumped the soap api entirely
- it was forked from a very old master commit, and not everything that came
after has been cherry-picked (see above point)
Based on the above, and to directly answer Roland's points, I think:
- you did not miss anything that I'm aware of
- the mentioned tracker issues should definitely be reopened (again)
- it's way too early to have a '2.0.x' version created
- 'next' and 'master-2.0.x' should be merged
Like Robert, I focus mostly on fixing and sometimes improving 1.2.x because
that's what I use, but I'd be glad if we could release 1.3.0 soon (as I'm
getting tired of having to port commits all the time, especially considering
that some of them are not simple cherry-picks).
What do you mean exactly ?
> master is close to being consumable with a bit work.
There is quite a lot of open issues on the Roadmap, and a much shorter list in
As things are, I think we need to have an agreement as a team on what comes next
(if I dare use this word), and then commitment on making it happen, otherwise
1.3.0 will remain "floating" indefinitely.
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