Actually, on second look, the seed hacks to not include snapd by default in Lubuntu seem to be working; doesn't need to be discussed with the TB now.
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| * '''Ubuntu Unity''' dale-f-beaudoin, khurshid-alam of unity7 maintainers team requesting ubuntu-unity (unity7) to have official flavor status.
* '''LTS''' bashfulrobot, of Ubuntu Budgie, requesting (more info on applying) for 18.04 LTS status.
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ACTION: infinity to ask maas team to prepare SRU exception policy à la CurtinUpdates
ACTION: infinity to play with seed/maint-check changes on dogfood to build a new xenial release pocket for support length auditing (ETA: 16.04.3 release)
ACTION: slangasek to investigate getting tagged ubuntu-community bugs automatically forwarded to technical-board, and if not feasible, fall back to DMB sending signed emails to list for ACL requests
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