[webkit-dev] [Fwd: Fwd: Re: Moving forward with WebKit/GTK+]
zecke at selfish.org
Fri Nov 7 14:18:19 PST 2008
On Tuesday 04 November 2008 10:08:27 Pierre-Luc Beaudoin wrote:
> On Mon, 2008-11-03 at 10:35 -0800, Maciej Stachowiak wrote:
> > I would suggest setting up a mailing list, post proposed API
> > changes there, and let them be official after a week if there was no
> > objection. If bugs are tagged as being API reviewed (by whatever
> > process), then others could focus on technical and style issues during
> > review.
> I think this could be a very efficient way to make the API stuff
> progressing quickly - at all cost lol (since time is the ultimate dead
In general I like your idea, specially with Gtk+ 3.0 in sight we know we can
break API soon so it seems like a good idea to gain experience in that area
and it would not hurt us too much to add something stupid.
One minor issue, I would prefer a mailinglist (maybe I'm just too old):
- With a mailinglist it is really easy to participate
- I can filter using X-MalingList and get notifications
- We can detach implementation and API.
So yes, I'm happy to review patches adding API that has been discussed and not
been vetoed. I think I can be happy with such a scheme. So it depends on how
Alp and others feel about. If we see that this is ending in a disaster we can
adjust the process and Gtk+ 3.0 is there to rescue..
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