[ic] IRC meeting today

Stefan Hornburg racke at linuxia.de
Tue Nov 10 09:43:08 UTC 2009

Today, the next Interchange meeting is scheduled to
take place on #interchange IRC channel at chat.freenode.net.

The main topic we expect to discuss is the work towards the
5.8.0 release.

The primary goal for 5.8.0 is fixing the remaining UTF-8 problems.
Let's start with the following four:

#268: File.pm regression: binary uploads getting corrupted
#255: Encoding of mail headers
#304: Encode mime_name method missing in Encode < 2.21
#315: Error with UTF-8 characters in files included from catalog.cfg

A small selection of bugs which would be nice to fix before the
5.8.0 release:

#328: MV_SESSION_ID broken with IPv6
#321: Re: [ic] Unknown field name 'status' used in tag item-param
#313: Stock message mismatch in standard catalog
#299: timed-build and discount tag
#247: Autoload Subroutine cannot call other subroutine

In addition I would like to repair the Interchange Wiki (#326) and
look at updating the payment modules provided by Lyn St. George
on http://kiwi.zolotek.net/ inside Interchange.

Even if you don't feel like hacking Interchange, please show up at the
meeting. You can still help with providing feedback, make suggestions
for improving the documentation and testing Interchange.

Last but not least I propose to allow everyone to open bug reports in the
public queues of RT.

All Interchange users and the general public are invited.

The meeting will take place on Tuesday, November 10rd, or Wednesday,
November 11th, depending on your time zone. Please check this site for
the meeting time in your area.


If you don't already have an IRC client set up, you can use the Freenode
web IRC client (after login use the white line on the bottom for typing
your messages).


We look forward to seeing you on #interchange!


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