When: Mon June 6th 2016 16:30 UTC
End: 17:00 UTC
Where: #ubuntu-meeting on irc.freenode.net
Chaired By: Jamie Strandboge (jdstrand)
- I'd like to announce a couple of changes to the structure of the security team.
After almost 5.5 years as the manager of the security team, I decided it was time for a change. The security team is too awesome to leave so I'm not going far: I will stay on the security team as a generalist focusing on snappy initially and getting back to generalist duties in due course.
The other change is that I'd like to extend a warm welcome to Emily Ratliff (ratliff) for joining the Ubuntu Security team manager and I'll be working with her to ensure a smooth transition. If you don't know Emily already, google her She is very talented and accomplished and we are super-excited to have her join Canonical and the Ubuntu Security team.
- Weekly stand-up report (each member discusses any pending and planned future work for the week)
- snappy PR followups (gsettings, input methods)
- snappy interface reviews (modem-manager, ppp, etc)
- various snapd interface policy updates and investigations
- review tools updates for upcoming snap.yaml changes and various bug fixes
- im-config testing
- docker interface as have time
- weekly role: cve triage
- weekly role: bug triage
focus on AppArmor (stacking bugs for 16.04)
- weekly role: happy place
- Please welcome
- Highlighted packages
The Ubuntu Security team will highlight some community-supported packages that might be good candidates for updating and or triaging. If you would like to help Ubuntu and not sure where to start, this is a great way to do so. See https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SecurityTeam/UpdateProcedures for details and if you have any questions, feel free to ask in #ubuntu-security. To find out other ways of helping out, please see https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SecurityTeam/GettingInvolved. The highlighted packages for this week are:
The Ubuntu Security team suggests that contributors look into merging Debian security updates in community-supported packages. If you would like to help Ubuntu but are not sure where to start, this is a great way to do so. See the available merges and SecurityTeam/UpdateProcedures for details on preparing Ubuntu security updates. If you have any questions, feel free to ask in #ubuntu-hardened. To find out other ways of helping out, please see SecurityTeam/GettingInvolved.
- Miscellaneous and Questions