On ti, 11 heinä 2017, Michael Catanzaro wrote:
On Tue, Jul 11, 2017 at 6:56 PM, Kevin Kofler
>IMHO, if you absolutely want to stick to May/October dates, it may
>sense to skip a release date as was done with F21 and go for a 9-month
>cycle. The schedule as it stands now either WILL slip, or almost all
>planned features WILL have to be punted (and F27 will be essentially
>identical to F26).
We need a GNOME 3.26 release. I know it's a very short cycle, and
accordingly there are probably going to be fewer features than usual.
Having such a short cycle is not ideal, but I think it's better than
releasing too far after GNOME again. The problem here is not the F27
schedule, it's that the F26 schedule was a month too far out, plus a
month of delay on top of that.
One of goals for F27 is to complete OpenSSL migration
for majority of a
base system. Unfortunately, with such an aggressive schedule it is
guaranteed to be a failure in OpenSSL migration.
/ Alexander Bokovoy