christophe.benz at gmail.com
Mon Jul 12 23:48:00 CEST 2010
I agree with it, and with the roadmap.
Le Mon, 12 Jul 2010 12:08:37 +0200,
Romain Bignon <romain at peerfuse.org> a écrit :
> The Libre Software Meeting is now finished, so we can talk about real
> releases now.
> I think a first a quick release 0.1 is welcomed, because our users
> want to have a way to test Weboob's applications in a stable way and
> with Debian packages etc.
> For this version, we should have stabilize the current APIs (for the
> core and storage, mostly). Also, it is *REALLY* important to store
> version of storage files (to prevent the recent breaks), and to have
> capabilities API versions.
> Then, we'll be able to have some communication around Weboob (why not
> with the link to the future video of our lecture), and encourage
> people to create backends or applications, and to INTEGRATE them in
> our repository.
> After that, I think we have to release often to show to the world
> that we are reactive to backends evolutions, and we create lot of new
> backends and application with more and more features each time.
> So, the proposed roadmap is:
> weboob 0.1 (2010-07-25):
> * Version of capabilities
> * Version of storage
> * Check that every backends implement every features of capabilities
> * A minimal tests system
> * Debian packages
> weboob 0.2 (2010-08-??):
> * Development of new features
> * Tools to help developing backends
> * Perhaps new backends
> It's hard to plan for future release, but please tell me if you are
> agree with that short roadmap?
> Then I'll create version on redmine and we'll be able to move and
> create tickets to explain each task.
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