- X Stabilization
- Plan out UDS X sessions
- Write meeting minutes from X meeting
- Write up status on X stabilization work
- Add to X/Projects
- Make procmail save bugs with tag 'lucid' to launchpad.lucid
- Send thoughts about modesetting bug troubleshooting to kernel team
- Triaging -ati bug reports
- Upstream -ati bug #513956
- Evaluate genshi to replace tt2
- Reimplement milestone report in Arsenal
- Write some scripting suggestions for tseliot for -nvidia
- Plan work to improve process-new-bugs.py
- Plan tasks to flesh out fix-titles.py more
- Make a graph showing bugs per package that are tagged 'lucid'
- Add nVidia Corporation G84 [10de:0407]
- Set up chroot on blumonc that pulls in versions from debian and from prior releases
- Set up package report cronjob
- Bug Work
- Run script on several packages to request retesting with new drm
- Help keybuk try to diagnose a kms issue (bug #539730)
- Troubleshoot why lshw causes screen to go corrupt (#527369)
- Multitouch low level support
- Test apw's kernel bits on lucid
- Test touch screen support on new Fujitsu touchscreen laptop
- Identify UI polish settings and create scripts to apply them
- Test filing apport info from alternate machines
- Review kees' procmail rules and scope out redoing my rules to be more concise
- Arrange UDS travel
Chris Halse Rogers
- X Stabilisation:
- Drive through nouveau DDX bugs; all are upstream or awaiting info from reporters
Use upstream-testing section from NouveauEvaluation to start a Nouveau troubleshooting page
- Pull some safe, small fixes from nouveau kernel tree for some small bugs we've filed. After testing the kernel, these will get sent to the kernel team.
- Poke at Intel GPU hang list. With Sarvatt's help, we're down from more than 50 to 24, and we've identified a kernel patch that got accidentally dropped from the -16 kernel that should fix a large class of these.
Start on a patch to make VESA bail when kms is active; if VESA tries to drive a kms screen it results in pretty “blooming” rather than a useful display. Patch works, just requires some more autofoo & checks to ensure it's acceptable upstream.
- Fixed the obnoxious problem where editing would make photos with orientation information mysteriously rotate by 90 degrees. As an added benefit, orientation information is now preserved when saving files.
- Added the (hopefully!) final polish - handling when files appear in the directory f-spot's watching, and fixing the worst part of bug #175191 by preventing the incorrect timestamps being written to imported files.
- Triaged some f-spot bugs while I was in the neighbourhood.
The keyring daemon in 2.30 no longer exports a socket interface, and gnome-keyring-sharp is totally dependent on that socket interface. Bug 536925 tracks this.
- Poked at upstream, who are not particularly active.
- There's a partial replacement by an upstream broken by the change on the bug, but that's unlikely to be acceptable to gnome-keyring-sharp upstream.
I'll keep prodding upstream & get an acceptable plan of attack