[Development] Qt 5.13 feature freeze is getting closer
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Tue Jan 15 16:42:42 CET 2019
>There were lots of comments about coding style and the generic approach
That were fixed.
>Additionally no API review has taken place yet.
That was not done - true.
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15.01.2019, 09:55, "Oliver Wolff" <oliver.wolff at qt.io>:
> Hi Aleksey,
> On 14/01/2019 18:50, Aleksey Kontsevich wrote:
>> Whether Qt Telemetry module will be included:
> If I remember correctly, there was quite a large amount of comments
> about the initial patch. As far as I can see, there were no followup
> commits so I think the status still is, that there is still a lot of
> work to be done until the module can be part of Qt (even as tech preview).
> There were lots of comments about coding style and the generic approach
> for example. Additionally no API review has taken place yet.
> I doubt that the module will be ready in time for 5.13 in its current state.
> Best regards,
>> Best regards,
>> Linked in https://www.linkedin.com/in/alekseykontsevich
>> 14.01.2019, 13:01, "Jani Heikkinen" <jani.heikkinen at qt.io>:
>>> Hi all,
>>> There is only a bit more than two week to Qt 5.13 feature freeze, see https://wiki.qt.io/Qt_5.13_Release. At this point we should already know if there will be some new submodules in Qt 5.13 so please get possible new submodule in qt5 as soon as possible; those really needs to be in before we start soft branching (25.1.2019)! And of course inform us about those new submodules; we need to create packaging configurations for
>>> those as well.
>>> And please start updating Qt 5.13 new features page here: https://wiki.qt.io/New_Features_in_Qt_5.13
>>> Jani Heikkinen
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