[development] Code freeze?
caleb.gilbert at gmail.com
Mon Jun 30 01:21:51 UTC 2008
Reading this thread has me very excited - what a great decision to extend
the code freeze of Drupal 7 for a while! In particular, I enjoyed/share
chx's comment that 'Drupal 5/6 is quite good enough to hang-a-reputation-on
for some time to come'. Indeed they are. :-)
OK, we'll postpone the code freeze for now. At this point, I won't
make any decisions or promises about when the code freeze will be.
I'l revisit this question in a couple months time.
On 26 Jun 2008, at 22:02, Laura Scott wrote:
>>* The slow uptake of D6 is due mostly to everyone and their brother
*>>* taking the opportunity to rewrite their contrib modules at the same
*>>* time as upgrading to D6, or right before doing so. Views, Panels,
*>>* Project*, CCK, filefield, imagefield, and a half-dozen others have
*>>* major improvements planned in contrib space that are progressing;
*>>* they just take time. Those, in turn, block dozens of other modules.
*>* +1 from a community marketing perspective as well. I'm glad there's
*>* general consensus that with the tail wagging the dog, Drupal will
*>* benefit from a slowdown so D6 can get established in the marketplace
*>* before pushing D7 out. However, I'm -1 on making this a policy
*>* towards a new 18-month release cycle. I feel rolling with the flow
*>* makes sense. If D8 is coming along well, there will be little to
*>* gain by delaying it in the interests of a general slowdown.
Dries Buytaert :: http://buytaert.net
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