Waldo Bastian has just
announced the proposed new release plan for the next official stable release: KDE-2.1.1.
This release is in line with the KDE Project's recently adopted policy of issuing a bug fix release shortly after any major official release to fix any critical bugs quickly and to let translators and documentation catch up.
Read more in the official
release plan, which is reproduced below.
KDE 2.1.1 Release Plan
The following is the outline for our KDE 2.1.1 release schedule.
The primary goals of the 2.1.1 release are:
- Critical bugfixes
- Completion of the translations in many languages
- Documentation for almost all applications
- Improvement of the icons (yes?)
All dates given here are subject to revision, but we will try out best to
stick to them if possible.
David Faure is acting as release coordinator for the KDE 2.1.1 and 2.2 releases.
Monday March 19
Last day for translations, documentation, icons and critical bugfixes commits
to the KDE_2_1_BRANCH.
Tuesday morning (GMT) March 20
The CVS is tagged KDE_2_1_1_RELEASE, tarballs are released to the packagers
The rest of the week is spent testing the tarballs, packaging and writing the
announcement and changelog.
Friday March 23
Spread sources and binaries to mirror sites.
Monday March 26
Announce KDE 2.1.1.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q) Which packages are included?
A) The KDE 2.1.1 release is an update of the 2.1 release. The same packages
will be included. The list is:
Q) Which version of Qt should be used with this version of KDE?
A) Qt 2.2.3 and Qt 2.3 should work fine, but Qt 2.2.4 is recommended.