For minutes of previous meetings, please see DesktopTeam/Meeting.
- Martin Pitt (pitti) - chair
- Jonathan Riddell (Riddell)
- Kenneth Wimer (kwwii)
- Matthew Paul Thomas (mpt)
Mirco Müller (MacSlow)
- Sebastien Bacher (seb128)
- Scott James Remnant (Keybuk) - holiday
- Ted Gould (tedg) - holiday
- Michael Vogt (mvo) - holiday
- Outstanding actions from last meeting (see below)
Review Desktop bug list
- all participants stated that they were ok with the current list and on track
- Sebastien reports that Ubuntu GNOME desktop does not have showstopper bugs any more, just lots of targets of opportunity
- Jonathan reports that Kubuntu is in pretty good shape, no outstanding critical bugs
- New "screen resolution" replacement applet lacks a "try and revert" mode, which is a major regression to previous releases, and leads to people having to completely reinstall if it breaks. Thus we
consider #197673 release-critical and confirm the milestoning.
- Samba shares migration (see below)
- Default theme should be switched back from murrine to ubuntulooks.
Outstanding actions from last meeting
- Scott to get contract for compiz bugs sorted
- cannot confirm 100% with Scott being on holiday, but allegedly it is sorted out already
- Sebastien to fix the labelling of the menu items which are not right and warn translators about the change
- transmission: fixed upstream, will be uploaded soon
- vinagre: not release critical, target of opportunity
- "Tracker search" should become "Desktop search" or "Document search"
- rest is done
- Sebastien to use applications, system tools again:
- done, gnome-system-monitor is there now as well, together with hwtest
- Alexander to drop nm-tool menu entry:
- done by Steve
Samba shares migration
- In previous releases we used gnome-system-tool's shares-admin for managing Samba shares. For various reasons we want to replace it with nautilus-share in Hardy.
s-a modifies smb.conf, while n-s writes one file per share into /var/lib/samba/usershares.
- Since both are system configuration fieles, an automatic migration should be possible in theory, but this should be discussed with Steve as our resident Samba expert first.
- Fallback: if automatic migration is not possible, we'll switch back to shares-admin.
Sebastien to initiate a discussion about shares-admin -> nautilus-share upgrade migration with slangasek on u-devel@
- Sebastien to prepare theme change back to ubuntulooks
- Sebastien to rename the tracker menu item
- Ken to look into updating important bits of example-contents for Hardy, primarily release name
Jonathan Riddell (Riddell)
Done, bug fixing for beta and sending changes upstream
- Polishing ubiquity
- Fix Kubuntu documentation links in casper
- Change to KDM-KDE4 after it had to be pulled out of beta last minute
- Tidy KDE 4 application menus
- Fix oem-config having no background
- Upload amarok fix for media devices (thanks apachelogger)
- Discussed our exciting KDE settings changes with upstream and change them upstream where possible
- Discussed our printe applet with KDE and put in for KDE inclusion review (may not happen though due to technical problems with pyKDE)
- KDE 4.0.3
no milestoned bugs
Kenneth Wimer (kwwii)
- Finished 6 22x22 app menu icons for OOo (draw, calc, base, template, writer, impress). Each icon has it's own main color - the old ones use a mimetype like page background which makes it hard to distinguish a visual difference. (attached)
- Compiz icons: expose icon done, zoom icon done, scale icon close to being done (attached)
- GDM: made new entry box svg with an offset box rather than an inset version, tweaked the bg to be "lighter" and "friendlier" and changed the logo to have more "glow". Fixed one bug in the placement of the password entry error messages (and through this created a new one with the placement of the
caps-lock message - really wish gdmthemetester worked on my system ). As tomorrow is GDM bug day I guess I'll submit a new theme package tomorrow. If anyone can make a screenshot of the new gdm, please do so and send it to me. I haven't seen it on other systems and would like to see how it works at different resolutions.
- Fri and Mon were holidays, but I worked Friday anyway...I'll make it up later
- A new human theme gtkrc from Conn O'Griofa with color definitions instead of hard-coded colors (which allows the tweaking of colors by the user via GUI). After a week of testing and giving good suggestions it seems to match the old version perfectly. I'd like to include this as it allows the users to change the color scheme via GUI.
- Investigated a Nautilus bug in the Human icon theme. Nautilus now uses fd.o icon names and the Human theme doesn't currently do this It needs symlinks to the new names (a new icon theme [hint, hint] for +1 would be the perfect time to sort this out properly). Seb suggested using a .links file in the debian directory to install the symlinks (thanks to Seb for all the help getting the names at hand and sorting this out technically). Also, there were a couple of 16x16 gpm icons making the inhibit applet look like crap. I removed them. I'll submit a new human icon theme package which fixes both of these bugs and also includes the new OOo icons.
Martin Pitt (pitti)
Just a 3-day week due to Easter holidays.
Unfixed milestoned bugs (only on hardy final):
207151 (Reenable PolicyKit ptrace protection before Hardy's release): needs to happen close to release
- 202931 (ejecting a CD/DVD with drive button gives always an error): no time yet, but I'll get it fixed in time
- Worked full speed on fixing milestoned and assigned bugs, starting with the high-priority ones. Two notable ones needing feedback:
- suspend/resume should now work much better in Hardy on most hardware where it didn't so far
- usplash fsck integration should be less buggy with today's updates
- Managed to stay on top of my bug mail
Matthew Paul Thomas (mpt)
No report received.
Michael Vogt (mvo)
On holiday this week.
Mirco Müller (MacSlow)
spec-related work (hardy-desktop-effects-profiles):
- fixing profile-recognition (almost done)
- fixing custom-profile-recognition (almost done)
spec-related work (hardy-desktop-effects-shortcuts):
- fix/add icons for scale- and expo-tooltips gotten from kwwii (upload pending)
- updating desktop-machine to hardy
- trying to solve not working sound (pulseaudio)
- trying to solve rendering issue of compiz-decorations/shadows (probably due to non-default nvidia driver 171.06 I'm using)
Sebastien Bacher (seb128)
- Lot of desktop bug triage
- desktop bug fixing
- synced some GNOME 2.22 packages from debian
Ted Gould (tedg)
On holiday this week.