2016-03-22 3:50 GMT+07:00 Máirín Duffy <duffy(a)fedoraproject.org>:
Ah okay. I think the reason this is becoming a firedrill now whereas
never was before is that this hasnt always been an alpha criterion, maybe
only the past 2-3 releases. Traditionally we'd considered ourselves in
super bonus awesome shape if we had something for alpha; we shifted our
schedule earlier to do this regularly to get more feedback on the artwork.
We never had it before that we are blocker and we had several releases,
where we had no wp ready for alpha. I am a little bit shocked about it, I
had no time to look into the logs of the readiness meeting as I had an
event during the whole weekend (Friday-Sunday) and was yesterday out in the
province, Kampong Cham for a meeting at a school.
From my knowledge, we had the wp ready and packaged so what is it now?
On March 21, 2016 4:27:48 PM EDT, "Paul W. Frields"
> On Mon, Mar 21, 2016 at 12:08:12PM -0400, Máirín Duffy wrote:
>> The artwork was ready to go during my leave (3 weeks agi) so I'm not
>> sure what broke down here - I checked before the readiness meeting
>> and the packages had been built. So what exactly is the issue?
> It seems like the maintainers of the other packages
> (e.g. desktop-backgrounds) that enable the default backgrounds in the
> various desktop environments weren't aware they needed to update their
> packages. A couple people told me they thought this had happened in
> the last release, although I don't recall it specifically. So I'm
> just looking for a way that everyone involved could get notified at
> the right time to do their part.
> That being said, Ray Strode had an idea that might make a fallback
> easy for
> later releases:
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