Items we will be discussing:
- Review ACTION points from previous meeting.
Relocation of web pages from /var/www/ to /srv/www/ in future releases LukeHasNoName
Intrepid spec status (still - when will stuff get approved?) - ScottKitterman
Iso testing - 8.04.1 and 8.10-alpha1 - MathiasGug
- Open Discussion.
- Agree on next meeting date and time.
Ebox and augeas
mathiaz started a thread on the ebox-devel mailing list about using augeas in the backend code. Response has been positive so far and upstream developers will look into it.
On a related note, nxvl packaged augeas. He uploaded it to revu and is looking for comments.
text browser on the server cd
mathiaz sent a reply to the w3m thread on ubuntu-devel to announce the position of the ubuntu-server team. The thread is still active on the ubuntu-server mailing list but has drifted to the topic of server flavors.
Relocation of web pages from /var/www/ to /srv/www/
lukehasnoname put out a proposal for moving the default location of the RootDir in apache2 from /var/www to /srv/www. The main reason is to be compliant with the FHS. Objections were raised: increased delta with Debian, common knowledge about the location of the root directory, FHS doesn't require any structure in /srv. It was suggested to take this proposal to the Debian maintainers and discuss it with them.
Intrepid Spec status
ScottK asked about the state of approval for specs. dendrobates answered it was working on them now and the list should be ready in the next few days. ScottK also ask for feedback on his server flavor spec. i
Iso testing for 8.04.1
mathiaz reminded that the iso testing tracker has 8.04.1 candidates for the ubuntu-server isos. Testing is more than welcome in that area. He also added that isos for 8.10-alpha1 are being worked on, but nothing is ready for testing yet. Those interested in helping in iso-testing should register with the iso testing tracker.
MIR for Recommends
ScottK asked whether MIR for Recommends should be created. Starting from Intrepid, apt installs Recommends by default. However if packages are not available it won't fail. The question is whether packages in main can recommend packages in universe. mathiaz suggested to send an email to ubuntu-devel to raise this issue as there wasn't a clear answer given in the discussion.
Agree on next meeting date and time
Next meeting will be on Tuesday, July 1st at 15:00 UTC in #ubuntu-meeting.