- SRU Testing -- jibel
- A total of 35 packages have been published to lucid:
- 13 packages published to lucid-updates,
- 5 packages published to lucid-security (chromium-browser, gyp, lftp, sudo, wget),
- 17 packages published to lucid-proposed
- A total of 4 packages have been published to karmic:
- 1 package published to karmic-updates (agg),
- 3 packages published to karmic-security (lftp, sudo, wget)
- A total of 2 packages have been published to jaunty:
- 2 packages published to jaunty-security (lftp, wget)
- A total of 2 packages have been published to hardy:
- 2 packages published to hardy-security (lftp, wget)
- A total of 1 packages have been published to dapper
- 1 packages published to dapper-security (wget)
Complete report is available at QATeam/SRUReports/2010-09-08
- A total of 35 packages have been published to lucid:
- Bug Day status -- pvillavi
- CR3 announced that the Results Tracker is progressing nicely and a release scheduled this week.
- Next meeting on September 15th, Chair will be Ameetp.
Meeting opened by jibel at 17:00
<jibel> Hello folks, welcome to the weekly QA meeting.
<jibel> The agenda for today is:
<jibel> # review previous action items (all)
<jibel> # SRU testing -- jibel
<jibel> # Bug Day status -- pedro_
<jibel> # Maverick Work Items -- marjo
<jibel> # Selection of new chair -- jibel
<jibel> [TOPIC] Pending actions
<jibel> Any action items ?
<jibel> There are none that I remember from the previous meeting. Anyone ?
<ara> I don't think so
<marjo> jibel: none
<jibel> OK, let's move on, then
<jibel> [TOPIC] SRU testing
<jibel> Over the past week 44 packages have been published to stable releases
<jibel> The complete list is available at
<jibel> [LINK] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QATeam/SRUReports/2010-09-08
<jibel> * A total of 35 packages have been published to lucid: 13 packages published to lucid-updates, 5 packages published to lucid-security (chromium-browser, gyp, lftp, sudo, wget), 17 packages published to lucid-proposed
<jibel> * A total of 4 packages have been published to karmic: 1 package published to karmic-updates (agg), 3 packages published to karmic-security (lftp, sudo, wget)
<jibel> * A total of 2 packages have been published to jaunty: 2 packages published to jaunty-security (lftp, wget)
<jibel> * A total of 2 packages have been published to hardy 2 packages published to hardy-security (lftp, wget)
<jibel> * A total of 1 packages have been published to dapper 1 packages published to dapper-security (wget)
<jibel> Thanks to Alvin (alvin), Andrew LeCody, Arrigo Marchiori, Lorenzo Bicci, John Dickson, Marco Cimmino, darko, drizzle (drizzle), darren, Pedro Bessa, Derrik Pates, D Tangman, dragilla, Melvin, Miroslav, fcastillo, Martin Bajer, hedgehog, Ivan Efremov, Irihapeti,
<jibel> JeanAustinR (zeroseven0183), Jesse Palser, Jacob Helwig (jhelwig), jorsmal, James Clemence, Kaspar Metz, Kent Tong, Scott Kitterman (ScottK), linuxpriyan, Andreas Schildbach, Michael Martin-Smucker, nutznboltz, Omer Akram (om26er), papukaija, Remeez,
<jibel> Rico Tzschichholz (ricotz), Rkimber, Rocko, Simon Butcher, Scott Ritchie (YokoZar), Scott Lavender (ScottL), yamo, tasadar_f (TASADAR-F), Ted Gulesserian, Thierry Chich, Timo Jyrinki, Stanislaw Waszkiewicz, NeoTrantor, Steve Stalcup, Brian and Joseph Trent for testing packages in -proposed.
<jibel> As always, you can see the current set of packages needing testing in the -proposed queue at http://people.canonical.com/~ubuntu-archive/pending-sru.html . Your assistance in testing is always appreciated!
<jibel> The feedback on gwibber testing was pretty good following the call for testing.
<jibel> We have also posted a call for testing for Wine1.2 to the Ubuntuforums
<jibel> and a few testers a been positively trying the new package in -proposed.
<jibel> Any questions/comments about the stable release updates ?
<jibel> no one.
<jibel> moving on
<jibel> [TOPIC] Bug Day status -- pedro
Bug Day status -- pedro
<pedro_> Last Thursday we had a bug day for Empathy: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBugDay/20100902
<pedro_> the participation was great (again!) 118 of 176 bugs were triaged that day
<pedro_> Thanks a *lot* to our rocking contributors: vish, bcurtisw, devildante, adamcollard, sparkiegeek, kamusin, alucardni and drkenobi
<pedro_> nice to see some new contributors the previous week
<pedro_> alright for tomorrow we have a bug day which was proposed by the famous charlie-tca
<pedro_> the target will be apt: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBugDay/20100909
<pedro_> as you can see there, some awesome contributors already started to work on it, but there's still plenty of bugs waiting to be triaged
<pedro_> so if you have some time and want to learn about bug triage join us at #ubuntu-bugs we'll be happy to help you
<pedro_> that's all from here jibel unless there's a question/comment
<jibel> pedro_, what is the target for September 16th ?
<pedro_> jibel, we are thinking on the next one in the list, which is brasero
<marjo> pedro_ yes, please
<pedro_> unless there's some urgent task to do that would be the target
<pedro_> btw if you have any ideas or new targets please add those to our planning page
<jibel> I was thinking that 10.10 is arriving quickly and some users are upgrading to maverick.
<skaet> pedro_, thanks - was just about to ask.
<pedro_> you're welcome skaet
<jibel> Would it be worth organizing a bug day about upgrades issues before the release ?
<jibel> that would cover update-manager and apport-package
<pedro_> jibel, yeah that'd be nice, we could cover both bug days the same week
<skaet> earlier the better from my perspective.
<pedro_> on Tuesday and Thursday
<pedro_> jibel, Tuesday 14th upgrades - Thursday 16th brasero ?
<jibel> marjo, that's fine with me, marjo what about you ?
<pedro_> yeah following the earlier the better advice
<marjo> jibel: ok w/ me
<pedro_> awesome! i'll coordinate with you jibel then
<jibel> [ACTION] Schedule an "upgrade issues" bug day on September 14th
Schedule an "upgrade issues" bug day on September 14th
<jibel> Anything else on this topic ?
<jibel> Next one then
<jibel> [TOPIC] Maverick Work Items -- marjo
Maverick Work Items -- marjo
<marjo> the progress looks decent, just one week after beta release
<marjo> i have removed sbeattie from the team list, so the security related items should drop off tomorrow's chart
<marjo> ara & hggdh have the most work items, but i'm confident those will get worked through
<marjo> jibel: that's all from me
pedro_ hugs ara and hggdh
<jibel> great, thank you marjo
<jibel> [TOPIC] AOB
<jibel> Any other question/comments/complain or anything that was not part of the agenda ?
cr3 raises hand
<jibel> cr3 the floor is yours
<cr3> just announcing that the Results Tracker is progressing nicely in concert with the rest of the Launchpad team and mvo, the primary stakeholder.
<ara> *\o/*, go, cr3, go
<marjo> cr3: nice! thx for the update
fader_ high fives cr3.
hggdh hugs cr3
<cr3> the code will be able to use launchaplib which should extend the existing launchpad interface with additional features
<cr3> so, we'll be able to call lp.me like before but also something like lp.submissions[-1]
<ara> will the code be released under a foss license?
<cr3> ara: same license as Launchpad, AGPL
<cr3> the code uses a combination of django, zope, lazr and storm. it can be installed standalone for people to start playing/hacking with it as early as possible
<fader_> Ah, nice, I didn't realize LP was AGPL rather than GPL
<cr3> the doc and test coverage will be minimal for a release scheduled this week, but at least there will be an interface as well as openid and oauth integration with launchpad.net
<cr3> that's it for me
<jibel> thank you cr3
<jibel> any other topic ,announcement ?
<jibel> [TOPIC] Selection of new chair
Selection of new chair
<jibel> Who wants to chair next week ?
<marjo> jibel: i nominate cyphermox
<jibel> no one complain about it (excepted cyphermox) ?
<jibel> ok then
<ameetp> jibel: I can do it
<marjo> ameetp: thx
<jibel> thank you ameetp
<cyphermox> I complain!
<jibel> [ACTION] ameetp to chair next meeting.
ameetp to chair next meeting.
ameetp apologizes for pushing everyone out of the way
<marjo> cyphermox: too late; ameetp bailed you out
<cyphermox> ameetp, thanks
<fader_> ameetp: I was *just* about to volunteer, too!
cyphermox owes ameetp a beer
<fader_> (Not really.)
<ameetp> cyphermox: sounds good
<marjo> cyphermox: don't be surprised to see a bunch of bugs assigned to you next week!
<cyphermox> marjo: ahah. I expect it to be the case
<jibel> We'll leave cyphermox and ameetp with their beers and adjourn the meeting.
<marjo> jibel: thx for chairing
<jibel> next meeting September 15th, 1900UTC, chair is ameetp
<ameetp> sounds good
<jibel> Thanks everybody and see you all next week.
<ara> thanks jibel!
<pedro_> Merci jibel!
<ameetp> jibel: thanks
<skaet> thanks jibel
<ara> jibel, #endmeeting?
Meeting closed at 17:31
- Schedule an "upgrade issues" bug day on September 14th
- ameetp to chair next meeting.