On Sat, 2012-01-07 at 10:03 +0100, Julian Sikorski wrote:
W dniu 28.11.2011 17:52, Julian Sikorski pisze:
> W dniu 28.11.2011 17:32, Bill Nottingham pisze:
>> Julian Sikorski (belegdol(a)gmail.com) said:
>>> Dear Fedorians,
>>> goffice-0.9.0 was released recently, along with new gnumeric [1,2]. What
>>> is your opinion on pushing the update to rawhide ASAP? To the best of my
>>> knowledge stable goffice 0.10 and gnumeric 1.12 should be out by the
>>> time Fedora 17 ships, so putting this into rawhide now would allow for
>>> plenty of time to iron out any potential problems. Missing the alpha
>>> change deadline  most likely means we need to wait until Fedora 18.
>> Is it relatively API stable?
> I asked Jean Brefort, one of goffice developers:
> <belegdol> hi jean, I got asked if goffice is relatively api-stable
> <jean> not yet
> <jean> but I'd say mostly
> <belegdol> may i quote you on that?
> <jean> we intend to add placehoders for more members on exported classes
> <jean> of course, you can quote me
I am going to go ahead and commit this. In case packages cannot be fixed
in time, we can always introduce compat-goffice.
I realize that this is a bit late, but would you please file a Feature
page on goffice 0.10? This seems like a pretty noteworthy upgrade. It's
worth having it mentioned prominently in the release notes and talking