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Stuff Michael Meeks is doing
Chewed through mail, bit of patch review and back-porting to
older branches. One of the nice side-effects of the renewed focus on
bug fixing our 3.5.0 release (for the 3.5.1 freezing next
week) is that we've been getting a subset of these into 3.4.6 at
the same time, sharing the reviewing burden.
Thrilled to see LibreOffice 3.5.0
finally released. We had a beautiful LibreOffice
3.5 new features page created by a kind volunteer: Marc Paré There is
release, with a rather pretty infographic to match, though there is only
so much you can fit into one of those, and we did so much more.
Sadly, due to illness, I've not prepared a condensed: "hackers view" of
all the hard-to-see nuts, bolts and heavy-lifting behind the scenes;
perhaps later. Zonker wrote a really nice review here.
Lunch; wrote status report, misc. admin, chat with Ross.
Pleased to see Markus'
nice work to automatically add bugzilla comments with commit links,
when git commits are made that
that bug, it makes a developer's life just that bit sweeter.
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