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From Rob Weir <>
Subject Re: [RELEASE] Dictionary extensions
Date Sun, 15 Apr 2012 14:39:43 GMT
On Sun, Apr 15, 2012 at 10:16 AM, Andrea Pescetti <> wrote:
> Rob Weir wrote:
>> I see that Andrea has entered an issue in BZ for this:
>> But no one has explained what the bug actual is.
> The description I gave there is a rather accurate description of the bug
> itself, but indeed it doesn't explain its effects.
> The effect is: if I modify the OpenOffice sources (extensions.lst) in order
> to use a newer version of the Italian (or Spanish) dictionary, by providing
> a new download link and a new MD5 checksum for it, the build system (unless
> we are building on a completely clean system, and this is a different
> problem) will continue to use any previously downloaded version. So the most
> recent builds from Ariel, for example, do not bundle the latest Italian
> dictionary and are not consistent with the latest source code.
>> And no one has set the release blocker flag.
> The dictionary update is a problem but the inconsistency with the source
> code is probably a bigger problem.
> As for release blockers, I honestly expect that when RC1 is out we will have
> a look at significant bugs that emerge (including a couple of existing bugs
> that might not be release blockers by themselves but are surely significant,
> like this one
> and the icons
> ) and, if we have
> several of them, produce a RC2 instead of listing, say, ten "Known bugs" in
> the Release notes.

Let's make sure we agree on what a Release Candidate is.  A RC is a
build we (and the IPMC) vote on.  If the vote passes then we release.
There are no vetoes in this vote.

The RC is not the time to start looking for new bugs, or to raise
already known bugs.  If you are aware of a bug that must be fixed
before we release, then you should have already entered it as a
release-blocking issue.  You should not wait for the RC build.

So if you think that is a
release-blocking issue, then you need to make your case on that now.


> Regards,
>  Andrea.

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