SSSD 1.1.0 now in string freeze (again)

Stephen Gallagher sgallagh at
Mon Mar 15 12:32:16 UTC 2010

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Well, it took longer than planned, but we're now back in string freeze
for the 1.1.0 release. There are two additional strings added since we
were forced to break freeze, for a total of 189 strings throughout the

We are slipping our release date of SSSD 1.1.0 to Monday, March 22 (or
possibly even a little further, depending on the results of our time in
testing), but I do not anticipate any further changes to the strings
before the release.

So I thank you all for your patience, and I look forward to seeing your
submissions at :)

NB: I've received a few questions as to why updates don't appear
immediately after submission. The reason for this is that our upstream
policy forbids any check-in to the repository without it being reviewed
by a project "gatekeeper" (in the case of translations, this is myself).
It may take a few days before the translations are pushed to the
upstream master, so don't worry if you don't see it reflected in the UI
right away.

On 03/10/2010 08:00 AM, Stephen Gallagher wrote:

> Ok, much to my chagrin, I'm going to have to cancel String Freeze for
> the SSSD at this time. We discovered today a blocker for the 1.1 release
> that is, unfortunately, going to require a string change. (Specifically,
> we realized that we absolutely need to have a new option in the
> configuration API, and this means we'll need to include the help text
> for it in the translatable string list)
> Once this fix is in, I will reinstitute String Freeze, and slip our
> release date by a few days to compensate.
> My apologies, once again.
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