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Re: Disappointed: My feature was removed without noticing me



Christoph Wickert (christoph wickert googlemail com) said: 
> > > The only argument that's sounds convincing to me (although I don't
> > > really understand it) is nottings concerns about the breaking the string
> > > freeze. Can somebody please explain this a little more in depth to me?
> > > Looking at the F10 schedule i see string freeze was on September 11, so
> > > why did nobody realize that my feature collided with string freeze
> > > anyway?
> > 
> > Groups in comps (and their descriptions) are translatable strings; adding
> > or changing them breaks the string freeze.
> 
> Ok then, but why did nobody from FeSCo or rel-eng realize that before?

I'm not sure what you mean. The feature is supposed to be testable by
the feature freeze, which is the same time as the string freeze. So it
doesn't need called out specifically unless it *doesn't* make the feature
freeze.

Bill


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