On Sun, 18 Mar 2007, Rob Kendrick wrote:
On Fri, 2007-03-09 at 21:08 +0000, Michael Drake wrote:
> Who'll be able to get to the show this year? I will almost certainly
> be going.
I imagine myself and Dan will be, given it's only an hour or so's drive
I most likely will, assuming I sort out logistics.
> The posters used at previous shows have the old URL, so new
> are needed.
I'm willing to get these printed. Anything up to (and including) A0 is
doable. I'd probably need a minimum of 2 weeks to get them printed, to
allow for any unforseen issues cropping up.
> We'll need some computers and maybe an internet connection
> Anything else?
I still have the A9 Home on loan from Advantage Six, and the TFT we
usually use for such things. I can also bring along a meaty UNIX box
for doing builds on, so we can do small amounts of debugging at the
show, like we did last year.
I'll have my laptop. I doubt I'll be bringing the Iyonix; it's too
temperamental and crashtastic ;)
> At some show it was said that we were aiming to release 1.0 in
> months. That time expires at the end of April. I think Wakefield would
> be a good date to aim for, if we can do it.
This requires bugs being fixed :P
There are currently 31 open issues belonging to the NS 1.0 group. These
_must_ be resolved before a release is made (though I'm flexible on the
plot order issue). There's a further 120 or so in the tracker which are
less critical. I'd like to see an open issue count below 100 when we
release, if at all possible. Which means we're about 50 issue resolutions
away from a releaseable state, if my maths are correct.