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Re: [documentliberation-discuss] DLP promotion: join releases of libraries?


On Tue, Jun 14, 2016 at 03:01:16PM +0200, Mike Saunders wrote:
> Hello,
> Further to the ideas for promoting DLP, how about synchronised releases of
> libraries? I'm not sure how technically feasible this would be, but if we
> released a bunch of updates around the same time (instead of scattered
> across several months) we'd be able to shout more about it.
> Like, do a proper press release gathering all the changes, demonstrate them
> with images (or a video), get quotes from projects using the libraries like
> Scribus, Inkscape etc.
> Does that sound feasible? Are there any releases from
> http://www.documentliberation.org/projects/#import-libs that we could do
> around the same time?

There was a discussion about this a year ago--this is the start of the

I will add that it has never been our intention to build a single
monolithic block of code--what we envisioned was a family of independent
libraries using the same framework (librevenge). We wanted others to
scratch their own itch, start their own libraries; to work with us, not
for us. So independent release of libraries is a feature, not a bug.
(There are exceptions: if a change in a library requires a change in
librevenge or libodfgen, we synchronize the releases.)


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[documentliberation-discuss] DLP promotion: join releases of libraries?Mike Saunders <mike.saunders@documentfoundation.org>
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