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Re: Release Tags




Thanks Albert for the reply. I was looking for an automated and a generic approach to update latest (stable) release versions of different KDE applications (something that was discussed during Akademy 2017). I think, the solution forward, is to check reference tags of every KDE application periodically and to verify whether a new release has been made and update Wikidata (Wikipedia) accordingly. Or, when a new announcement for KDE release is made, check the list of applications released.

Regards,
John Samuel

On Thu, Oct 19, 2017 at 11:55 PM, Albert Astals Cid <aacid@xxxxxxx> wrote:

El dimarts, 17 d’octubre de 2017, a les 21:00:10 CEST, John Samuel va escriure:

> Hi,

>

> I am working on specifying the latest software version of KDE applications

> on Wikidata. I went through some of the ref tags of KDE applications (like

> https://cgit.kde.org/cervisia.git/refs/). If I understood the release

> process correctly, whenever there is a new KDE release (like 17.04.0,

> 17.08.1, ..), all the applications mentioned on

> https://www.kde.org/applications/ will have a new release tag (17.04.0,

> 17.08.1..) with no exception.

 

No, not all applications shown in https://www.kde.org/applications/ are part of the "KDE Applications" release.

 

Cheers,

Albert

 

>

> Please correct me, if I did not understand the release procedure correctly.

> Also adding Albert and Christoph.

>

> An example entry of KDE application on Wikidata: (Cervisia:

> https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Q5065378)

>

> Regards,

> John Samuel