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Sun Nov 27 23:28:10 UTC 2016
I really don't see what that buys, but if so, please make it 3.1.8 rather
On Sun, Nov 27, 2016, 17:14 Robert Goldman <rpgoldman at sift.net> wrote:
> On 11/27/16 Nov 27 -1:11 PM, Faré wrote:
> > I asked you many times if you knew what you were doing, but I don't
> > think you did wrong at any point, except maybe for not realizing you
> > had changed plan. [Also, I'm a proponent of releasing more often, but
> > that's a different debate.]
> > I'd like to proceed forward. I don't any good reason to undo any of
> > the current changes.
> Well, as my earlier message suggests, we don't have to undo anything: we
> can simply make a release out of the state before the removal of
> operation initargs. That would give everyone time to adjust.
> I think the person who cares the most is Daniel, so Daniel, what do you
> > If you want to keep supporting make-build and/or if Daniel wants to
> > support it on the ECL side, that's possible (see my proposed
> > reimplementation in comments to !34). I'm not aware of any other
> > breakage.
> > Anton, can you run cl-test-grid with ASDF master?
> > —♯ƒ • François-René ÐVB Rideau •Reflection&Cybernethics•
> > Communism is feudality without chivalry. — Faré
> > On Sun, Nov 27, 2016 at 1:55 PM, Robert P. Goldman <rpgoldman at sift.net>
> >> This is clearly my fault. I lost track of the plan. Going forward, I
> need to get a better handle on plans -- I've been to reactive, having
> discussions spread across launchpad, GitLab, IRC, and the mailing list.
> >> Here's one proposal: instead of reverting the recent merge, we could
> cut a release off master before the merge. That would give us a less
> disruptive release (at the expense of a little complexity on the release
> >> Would this make everyone happy?
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