Meeting opened by bdmurray at 17:02
<bdmurray> [TOPIC] review previous action items
review previous action items
<bdmurray> looking at the last meeting log I don't see any. is that right?
<pedro_> yeap, there's no action from previous
<bdmurray> so then
<bdmurray> [TOPIC] SRU Report
<jibel> Over the past weeks 101 packages have been published to stable releases
<jibel> The complete list is available at
<jibel> [LINK] http://reports.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/sru/latest.html
<jibel> * A total of 33 packages have been published to maverick
<jibel> * 10 packages published to maverick-updates: eglibc, empathy, linux-ti-omap4, purple-plugin-pack, qemu-kvm, schroot, software-center, ubuntu-docs, ubuntuone-client, x264
<jibel> * 8 packages published to maverick-security: clamav, firefox, krb5, openjdk-6, openssl, phpmyadmin, thunderbird, xulrunner-1.9.2
<jibel> * 15 packages published to maverick-proposed: ampache, aptdaemon, dansguardian, dell-recovery, indicator-appmenu, juffed, language-pack-*, libwx-perl, linux-linaro, monobristol, parted, python-defaults, quickly-widgets, ubuntu-docs, wine1.2
<jibel> * A total of 46 packages have been published to lucid
<jibel> * 11 packages published to lucid-updates: apparmor, cloud-init, eglibc, emacs23, git-core, gnome-settings-daemon, libpoe-component-client-dns-perl, libpoe-component-client-http-perl, libpoe-component-client-keepalive-perl, mysql-dfsg-5.1, update-inetd
<jibel> * 11 packages published to lucid-security: bugmail-extension, bugmail-extension, clamav, enigmail, enigmail, firefox, krb5, openssl, thunderbird, thunderbird-locales, xulrunner-1.9.2
<jibel> * 24 packages published to lucid-proposed: asterisk, ipvsadm, libpoe-component-client-dns-perl, libpoe-component-client-http-perl, libpoe-component-client-keepalive-perl, libvirt, linux, linux-backports-modules-2.6.32, linux-ec2, linux-firmware, linux-lts-backport-maverick, linux-meta, linux-meta-ec2, linux-ports-meta, mongodb, msttcorefonts, partman-base, pidgin, rsyslog, srtp, system-tools-backends, tomcat6, xf86-in
<jibel> put-wacom, xorg-server
<jibel> * A total of 11 packages have been published to karmic
<jibel> * 2 packages published to karmic-updates: gnu-smalltalk, nspluginwrapper
<jibel> * 6 packages published to karmic-security: exim4, firefox-3.5, krb5, openssl, xulrunner-1.9.1, xulrunner-1.9.2
<jibel> * 3 packages published to karmic-proposed: linux, linux-ec2, papyon
<jibel> * A total of 8 packages have been published to hardy
<jibel> * 1 package published to hardy-updates: spamassassin
<jibel> * 5 packages published to hardy-security: exim4, firefox-3.0, krb5, openssl, xulrunner-1.9.2
<jibel> * 2 packages published to hardy-proposed: mailman, openvpn
<jibel> * A total of 3 packages have been published to dapper-security: exim4, krb5, openssl
<jibel> Thanks to Andy Brody, infocreator, Artur Rona (ari-tczew), Arnulf Heimsbakk, Cas (Cas07), Imre Gergely (cemc), Daniel Harvey, Khairul Aizat Kamarudzzaman (e-jat), Aron Xu (happyaron), Hicks, jpka, Krzysztof Klimonda (kklimonda), knap, Erick Brunzell, Alexandre Letourneau, Mayukh, Mike Trim, Niels Kristian Bech Jensen, Noorez, psychok7, Bruno Clermont, SevenMachines (SevenMachines), Reinhard Tartler (siretart), Steve Mag
<jibel> oun (smagoun) and stefanivarsson (stefanivarsson) 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> any question/good news ?
<marjo> thx to all SRU testers!
<bdmurray> okay, thanks jibel
<bdmurray> [TOPIC] Bug Day
<pedro_> Last Thursday we had a bug day for Compiz, ~20 bugs were triaged that day, you can see the progress of that on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBugDay/20101209
<pedro_> Thanks to kamusin and to njin for triaging bugs during that day
<pedro_> Tomorrow we're having a bug day for the amazing Software Center, there's 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 , the Ubuntu BugSquad will be glad to help you to start
<pedro_> and as always the page is: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuBugDay/20101216
<pedro_> special thanks to kamusin for helping with the organization of it
<pedro_> bdmurray, that's all from here unless there's a question/comment
<bdmurray> pedro_: nope, it looks like the bug day will a be good one. Lots of interesting stuff in that list.
<bdmurray> it might be interesting to sort bug day bugs by title
<charlie-tca> That might help with duplicates, too, huh?
<bdmurray> right that was my thought at least
<bdmurray> okay moving on
<bdmurray> [TOPIC] Burndown (work item) updates
Burndown (work item) updates
<marjo> hi folks
<marjo> alpha-2 work items are off to a slow start, but should pick up next week
<marjo> charlie-tca: any update on "create bugsquad-mentor-teamA icon / artwork"
<charlie-tca> No, sorry. I have to have the images broken down
<marjo> charlie-tca: thx for the update
<charlie-tca> I will get on that this week
<marjo> charlie-tca: thx much
<charlie-tca> You are welcome
<marjo> QA Dashboard: http://reports.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/qadashboard/qadashboard.html
<marjo> Please note the increasing number of desktop test cases at:
<marjo> we can always use help in creating more automated test cases
<marjo> bdmurray: that's it from me
<bdmurray> thanks marjo
<bdmurray> [TOPIC] Any other business?
Any other business?
<bdmurray> hggdh: yes?
<hggdh> I would just like to remember folks that we have a Hudson server available at http://220.127.116.11:8080
<hggdh> people wanting to create new tests are welcome
<hggdh> (and more machines to test them on, of course
hggdh is done
<hggdh> thanks, bdmurray
<bdmurray> thank you for the reminder
<bdmurray> any thing else?
<bdmurray> that leaves with selecting the next chair then
<bdmurray> hggdh: you were close to raising your hand last time
<hggdh> ohhh, yes, JFo
<hggdh> but I can fill in if needed
<bdmurray> hggdh: it looks like you are needed
<hggdh> I am in, since I cannot include me out
<bdmurray> thanks hggdh and thanks everyone!
Meeting closed at 17:28