[Framework-Team] FWT Meeting Minutes - Sept 9, 2009
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Thu Sep 10 10:01:39 UTC 2009
Attending: Eric Steele, Alec Mitchell, Ross Patterson, Erik Rose,
Absent: Calvin HP, Laurence Rowe, Raphael Ritz, Matthew Wilkes
* Break deadlines into chunks. Some of these need more review than
* Alec will pick up #9309. Ask Vincent Fretin to guest-review.
(Later note: He's said yes.)
* Concern about failing tests. Some of this is due to things being
after PLIP branches were made.
* Really only comfortable judging PLIPs with two reviews. Some of
the simpler ones are fine with just one.
* 9250: Name change has been made. Plone 4 should use this
somewhere. Tabs? Fieldsets?
* 9258: Well tested, good package. Should dialog be inline/modal?
* 9259: In favor.
* 9295: Fairly incomplete at this point. Difficult to review. Needs
polish, user testing. Basic UI concepts are good. No migration from
existing collections. Ross is working on benchmarks. Candidate for
release. We'll see where they are in 2 weeks.
* 9315: Has a destination in mind, just hasn't reached it yet.
Suggest Alex find someone
to help with the non-design parts of the PLIP (failing tests,
repackaging of existing theme).
* 9329: Needs a lot of UI work, but is on the right track. Also a
candidate for a minor release if needed.
* 9285: Mostly complete. Link needs to be changed.
* 9286: Needs new CSS style for hidden portlets. Needs migration for
old static portlets.
* 9376: Optimizations made in archetypes.schemaextender have
rendered this moot.
* 9186: In favor. Do we cover files with this as well? Generally
* 9272: Don't need per item on/off. Eric updated review accordingly.
* 9284: This is really more of a bug to be fixed in CMF than
should be patching in Plone.
* Eric will send out another email tossing shame and roses as
appropriate. Also request some volunteers for guest reviews.
* The above PLIPs were judged. Let implementers know that their
been evaluated. They can refute any suggestions on list or in
They'll have 2 weeks to complete the suggested changes.
After the meeting, we also waved through #9330.
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