Taking a break from conversion packaging

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Taking a break from conversion packaging

Post by gsnde »

I will take a break from packaging for the next two months. So whoever is doing conversions can take it nice and slow. Naturally I will process any package update if one comes up.

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Martin,
Thanks for all the work thus far as I continue to enjoy adding packages to my P3Dv4 set up. Is there a master list on your site of models in the conversion pipeline?
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So are you the only one who does packaging / does this mean no releases for the next two months?
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We have such breaks all the time. There have been longer intervals between 2 release waves than 2 months, only we normally don't communicate these things publicly and I'm not sure Martin meant to post here either. ;)

There is no public list of models in conversion, exactly to avoid posts like the last one. We have an internal Kanban board and packaging is just one step in the pipeline. There's still plenty of work going on.
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