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From J├╝rgen Schmidt <>
Subject Re: IA2 branch testing of r1484083 merege with trunk
Date Fri, 02 Aug 2013 07:49:05 GMT
On 8/1/13 6:49 PM, janI wrote:
> On Aug 1, 2013 6:32 PM, "V Stuart Foote" <> wrote:
>> janI wrote
>>> On 1 August 2013 17:49, V Stuart Foote &lt;
>>> VStuart.Foote@
>>> &gt; wrote:
>>>> Meanwhile, for Steve Yin, any chance of pushing the current ia2 branch
>>>> back
>>>> out to SVN, or better perfrom a merge with trunk and posting it.
>  Having
>>>> the buildbot binaries are nice, but at some point we need to start
>>>> reviewing
>>>> code to access IAccessibile2 (v1.3) compliance as well as look at the
>>>> impact on the other accessible bridges depending on what is done to UAA
>>>> and role
>>>> and event manipulations for ia2.
>>> I would recommend we test IA2 in its branch, and once our QA people give
>>> it thumbs up, merge it back to trunk.
>>> I do the same with l10n40, and as far as know rejuvenate01 follow that
>>> same
>>> "rules".
>>> Lets try to keep trunk free of major untested changes, that makes life
>>> easier for everybody.
>>> rgds
>>> jan I.
>> Apologies, I was not clear. No intention to suggest that Steve Yin's work
> on
>> the IA2 branch be merged back into the trunk at this time. Rather, that
>> since he holds all work locally, and that the last posting to the ia2 SVN
>> branch repo was when he'd last merged with trunk at r1484083 on May 18th,
>> all work since then has not been published or reviewed by anyone other
> than
>> Steve and his team in Beijing.
> np. However I can think of several reasons, which I support, to keep work
> local until its ready for a broader review.
> I trust that Steve will publish the work when its ready for a broader
> audience.
> I personnally expect it to be timed with our upcomming release,, it is a
> major update which should be released to users by AOO and not just in svn.

I am sure Steve will come back to this soon, stay tuned ...


>> Some of us are getting anxious since an implementation of IAccessible2 at
>> 4.1.0 will necessitate a broad review of all the accessibility framework
> and
>> will impact the UAA bridges supporting AT-SPI/ATK and NSAccessibility in
>> addition to residuals of the Java Accessibility Bridge.
> I am sure the 4.1 release manager will make sure there are ample time for
> QA, review and other issues.
> rgds
> jan i
>> Stuart
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