[wp-hackers] Re: Cut Off Point for adding Documentation and
enhancements to 2.4
cpoteet at siolon.com
Wed Jan 2 20:18:44 GMT 2008
When is the dev meeting? Where are those announced?
On Jan 2, 11:47 am, "Ryan Boren" <r... at boren.nu> wrote:
> On Jan 2, 2008 12:02 AM, Jacob <wordpr... at santosj.name> wrote:
> > I plan on working on the documentation up to the day the next semester
> > starts again, which is the 14th or 15th. I would like to finish 3 or 4
> > files as well as some old files I've been sitting on, which should be
> > done by the end of this weekend. However, I would like to know what
> > would be the cut off point for adding new documentation and enhancements
> > that will be able to get into 2.4.
> Since these are non-functional source lines, I'm fine with adding them
> until pretty late.
> Also, today's IRC dev meetup will address the release cycle. The
> holidays really slowed us down. So, you might have some extra time.
> > On the topic of Documentation, I would like to create a ticket just for
> > fixing documentation errors that wouldn't justify opening a completed
> > ticket just to fix a character or line here and there. I think it should
> > encompass all files, instead of just individual ones. I can have a patch
> > that correct some documentation in functions.php and plugins.php. Its
> > been driving me crazy thinking about it, but I can't justify reopening
> > the same ticket. I would propose that the ticket stay open for future
> > documentation fixes and referenced from the inline documentation codex
> > page. If such a ticket were created, would it be closed as invalid or
> > won't fix and kept open?
> I'd consider having one such ticket per release since trac doesn't do
> the multi-milestone thing. I'm cool with either way, but some of the
> trac gardeners might prefer new tickets per incident.
> > I also have some tickets I've shown some love towards that I would like
> > to get in to 2.4. Well, actually just one, the other one isn't ready.
> Add a comment to bump them to the top, and I'll take a look.
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