TiMiDohey to apply for a membership from ubuntu. where do i apply in the forum?00:36
highvoltageTiMiDo: you don't apply on the forums01:47
highvoltageTiMiDo: you create your application on your wiki page, and then add a link to it to a membership meeting agenda01:48
highvoltageTiMiDo: This wiki page has some more information: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Membership01:48
highvoltage(see the last section: Preparing your Application01:49
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henningedholbach: Hallo! Shouldn't there be a CC meeting happening here right now?11:25
dholbachhenninge, sorry about that - I was still in catch-up mode, as I got back from holidays yesterday - I'll see if I can get some others activated - if not, I'll make sure to update the wiki page with a new time11:34
henningedholbach: np,just wondering11:34
henningedholbach: I was hoping to see the "what is upstream" question resolve before I try for Membership again.11:35
dholbachyes, I understand11:35
henningenext CC meeting slot is right after the EMEA membership meeting ...11:36
henningedholbach: I hope you had a nice holiday, though ... ;-)11:36
dholbachI did - thanks :)11:37
dholbachI'll give you an update as soon as I hear back - I just pinged the whole lot (or rather whoever was on IRC)11:37
henningecool, thanks11:37
popeyah, sorry.11:37
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Davieyjamespage, you are an eager beaver15:58
Davieyhallyn: I do believe the chair is all yours.15:58
* hallyn finds the agenda again15:59
meetingologyMeeting started Tue Aug 16 15:59:30 2011 UTC.  The chair is hallyn. Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/AlanBell/mootbot.15:59
meetingologyUseful Commands: #topic #action #link #idea #voters #vote #chair #action #agreed #help #info #endmeeting.15:59
hallyn#topic Review ACTION points from previous meeting15:59
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meetingologyTOPIC: Review ACTION points from previous meeting15:59
hallynsommer and j1mc to look at doc presentation (continued x 3)15:59
hallynwhat do we do about the docs? :)16:00
zuldocs what docs? :)16:00
hallynrobbiew: ^ something was said about this last week somewhere, right?16:00
robbiewkim0 is helping us there16:01
robbiewreviewing what we have16:01
hallynok, i'll mark that as an action to discuss next week?16:01
robbiewI guess16:02
* Daviey takes the action of syncing with kim0 offline.16:02
hallyn#action Daviey to sync with kim0 offline regarding docs16:02
meetingologyACTION: Daviey to sync with kim0 offline regarding docs16:02
hallynDaviey and adam_g to address Bug #79185016:02
ubottuLaunchpad bug 791850 in linux (Ubuntu Oneiric) "oneiric cluster compute (hvm) instances do not boot" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/79185016:02
Davieywas it adam, or utlemming?16:02
hallyn(and, related, smb and utlemming to look at Bug #791850 )16:02
hallynin the meeting logs i saw adam16:03
utlemmingthere was a typo there....16:03
utlemmingSMB has a test image with that fixed16:03
hallynnoted.  so what's the status?16:03
Davieylooks like it is making progress!16:03
smbI need to poke upstream a bit more there but I have a patch to revert, yes16:03
hallynsmb: do you think it warrants an action still?16:04
smbNo, I think we are on track16:04
hallynawesome, thanks16:04
hallyn#topic Oneiric Development16:04
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meetingologyTOPIC: Oneiric Development16:04
DavieyWelcome back everyone!16:04
DavieyWith most of the team sprinting last week, our incoming bug triage fell off the radar slightly.16:04
DavieyWe need to add some love to:16:04
DavieyRelease bugs:16:04
DavieyIf you know of a bug not being tracked on that page, please raise it now or shortly after the meeting.16:05
DavieyWe really need Feature Freeze Exceptions raised for every feature not yet landed.16:05
DavieyIf there is a feature you know of, not being tracked at the top of that page, please make it known.16:05
hallyn#action all look over http://status.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/ubuntu-server/release-bugs.html16:05
meetingologyACTION: all look over http://status.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/ubuntu-server/release-bugs.html16:05
DavieyFWIW, the feature reaper might have to show it's head soon.16:06
hallynscythes look cool16:06
DavieyEveryone knows what a 'feature' is, i guess>16:06
smbAnything we cannot claim a bug?16:07
Davieysmb: couldn't put it better myself!16:07
utlemmingor anything we can't make sound like a bug?16:07
Davieyanything else for development?16:07
Davieyutlemming: Shhh (but yes)16:07
DavieyBut actually, feature bugs are helpful for tracking.16:07
hallynthanks, Daviey.  moving on then,16:08
hallyn#topic Ubuntu Server Team Events16:08
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meetingologyTOPIC: Ubuntu Server Team Events16:08
hallyni think we're event'ed out, but linuxcon is going on right now and at least plumber's is coming up16:08
DavieyNext Week - lynxman and co are sprinting.16:08
Davieydoing orchestra and openstack love.16:09
zullinuxcon thisweek16:09
DavieySo say hello to zul if you see him in Vancoover.16:09
hallynok, moving on,16:09
* robbiew leaves today16:09
robbiewfor linxcon16:09
zulrobbiew: bring your tuxedo16:10
hallynand kirkland is there?16:10
kirklandhallyn: I am in Vancouver :-)16:10
zulat kvm forum somewhere16:10
hallyn#topic Weekly Updates & Questions for the QA Team (hggdh)16:10
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meetingologyTOPIC: Weekly Updates & Questions for the QA Team (hggdh)16:10
robbiewzul: I got one ;)16:10
zulrobbiew: bringing it?16:11
zulrobbiew: or tux shirt?16:11
hallynhggdh: o/16:11
hallyndrat, moving on then16:12
hallyn#topic Weekly Updates & Questions for the Kernel Team (smb)16:12
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meetingologyTOPIC: Weekly Updates & Questions for the Kernel Team (smb)16:12
smbHeya, there is sort of just two little things from my side...16:12
robbiewzul: bringing16:12
smbBased on a recent incident (or user confusion) -> bug #821466 I am wondering whether we may want to consider reverting the rename xvd to sd special patch from Maverick as well. On the other hand its only a matter of time till that dies now...16:12
ubottuLaunchpad bug 821466 in linux (Ubuntu) "Lucid kernel works on Rackspace cloud server, Maverick kernel does not" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/82146616:12
smbIts gone in Natty and I would think EC2 can do without... smoser ?16:12
hggdh\o (late, I know)16:13
smoserwait, what ? smb ?16:13
hallynhggdh: (cool, we'll go back when smb is done)16:13
smoseroh, i see. i would not say we should change the device naming in an SRU16:13
smbsmoser, Would you think too, that maverick EC2 would still work with the devices be xvda... and so on?16:14
nijabao/ (late too)16:14
smbOk, so we just keep it that way16:14
hallyndoes that mean mav kernel won't work on rackspace?16:14
smosersmb, i'm not sure. without thinking more.16:14
hallyndo you want to discuss out of band after thinking more?16:15
smbOther thing. Currently trying to test latest oneiric dom0. PVM seems ok. HVM... well the loader seems ok after todays update, but something evil is going on with my bonding setup...16:15
smbhallyn, Yeah, no hurry there16:15
hallyn#action smoser and smb to further discuss xvd renaming (bug 821466)16:16
meetingologyACTION: smoser and smb to further discuss xvd renaming (bug 821466)16:16
ubottuLaunchpad bug 821466 in linux (Ubuntu) "Lucid kernel works on Rackspace cloud server, Maverick kernel does not" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/82146616:16
smoserif i understand correctly, smb, you're suggesting that we should make maverick use the /dev/xvda based naming rather than the patch we had there to make the first device as /dev/sda16:16
smoseris that correct?16:16
smbsmoser, correct (revert the patch doing that like in natty)16:16
smoserbecause i'm really pretty sure that we should not make such a change in a stable release, especially one that is just going to go away soon enough16:16
smoserlucid, though, is another story16:17
smoserwe will need that to upgrade smoothly to 12.04, so will have to think about it.16:17
smbsmoser, Ok, can live with that too. So I would document it in the bug and be done16:17
utlemmingalso, I would be a little concerned about what happens when a user updates16:17
utlemmingif users aren't mounting via persistent names, than that sort of change could break them.16:18
hallynso is that decided (comment and make no change)?16:18
smbsmoser, Well we need to look closely which kernel yields what16:18
smbec2 kernels probably use sda while server and generic-pae would have xvd16:18
hallynlet's move on guys.  smb you suspect your bonding setup is unreliable?16:19
smbhallyn, I take that yes for Maverick anyways16:19
smbhallyn, Not working at all seems a better word16:19
hallynbut it was working with latest try?16:19
smbIt works under normal boot it seems16:19
hallynoh, i see16:19
smbMaybe when xend takes over and creates pbond0... not sure yet16:20
* RoAkSoAx is back16:20
smbIt was working before I upgraded today, but that was the after-feature freeeze update...16:20
hallynsmb: do you want any help from smoser/zul on that, or do you just need to dig in?16:21
smbso all odds are open16:21
smbI'll get back if I can find nothing16:21
smbJust wanted to bring it up16:21
hallyncool, thanks smb16:21
smbIn case someone else had been experiencing the same16:21
hallynmoving back,16:21
hallyn#topic Weekly Updates & Questions for the QA Team (hggdh)16:21
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meetingologyTOPIC: Weekly Updates & Questions for the QA Team (hggdh)16:21
hggdhI have a few questions relating to beta16:22
hggdh(1) are there any new tests we should run on the ISO tracker?16:22
hggdh(2) what is the status of openstack & companions?16:22
Davieyhggdh: we need more tests, but as it stands we've had no time to assist with that16:23
DavieyI'm hoping jamespage might be able to assist with that soon.16:23
hallynDaviey: is there a list of new tests which need to be written?16:23
Davieyhallyn: not as yet.16:23
Davieyhggdh: the devtest lab currently has an orchestra provisioning server16:24
DavieyOnce ensemble lands it's required features, we are hoping to really bang out the test cases.16:24
jamespageDaviey, hggdh: I did start a topic for planning openstack testing - https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ServerTeam/Oneiric/OpenStackTestPlan16:24
Davieyjamespage: splendid!16:24
jamespagebut its lacking detail as yet16:24
hggdhwhat about cobbler?16:25
jamespagehggdh: should we drop the current uec tests from the tracker (or did I miss that happening already?)?16:25
Davieyjamespage: I believe that has been done16:25
hggdhjamespage: as far as I can remember, they should have been dropped already16:25
hggdhI will check with jibel, though16:26
hggdhand, from me. This is it. Please do help on the ISO tests -- review, manual run, whatever16:27
hallynthanks, hggdh16:27
hallynmoving on,16:27
hallyn#topic Weekly Updates & Questions regarding Ubuntu ARM Server (NCommander)16:27
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meetingologyTOPIC: Weekly Updates & Questions regarding Ubuntu ARM Server (NCommander)16:27
hallynNCommander: around?16:27
Davieyogra_: can you stand in?16:27
ogra_stand where ?16:28
Davieyogra_: just there ----->16:28
* ogra_ stands there --->16:28
Davieyogra_: Are you able to talk about ARM server, as NCommander isn't here?16:28
ogra_not really, he didnt update me16:28
Davieyogra_: ok.. :'(, thanks anyway.16:28
ogra_sorry :(16:28
hallynthanks - moving on16:29
hallyn#topic Weekly Updates & Questions from the Ubuntu Community16:29
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meetingologyTOPIC: Weekly Updates & Questions from the Ubuntu Community16:29
ogra_i didnt know he wouldnt be around, else i would have colledted info16:29
Davieyogra_: understood, no worries.16:29
hallynany questions from community?16:29
Davieyanyone looking for stuff to do?16:29
Davieyranging from easy to really very complicated?16:29
Davieyboth essential :)16:29
hallynif so, go see Daviey, if he runs out of things he'll know who to go to next :)16:30
hggdhDaviey: shoot. I can always jump out ;-)16:30
Davieyhggdh: Super!  Grab me afterwards :)16:30
* hggdh wonders what is in store...16:31
hallynDaviey: did you have some specific htings you wanted to list now, or were you just waiting to see if anyone responds?16:31
Davieyhallyn: both.16:31
hallynnoone's responding, but enumerate away!16:31
Davieyhallyn: just note that grab me if people want to contribute to the awesomness that is Ubuntu Server.16:32
DavieyWith YOUR help, it will be a little bit more awesome.16:32
hallyn#action anyone (anyone!) who wants to make ubuntu server even more awesome, talk to Daviey16:32
meetingologyACTION: anyone (anyone!) who wants to make ubuntu server even more awesome, talk to Daviey16:32
hallyn#topic Open Discussion16:32
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meetingologyTOPIC: Open Discussion16:32
Davieyanyone looking for stuff to do?16:33
Davieyranging from easy to really very complicated?16:33
hallynhey should i make an action item for that?16:33
hallynzul: fix libvirt16:33
hallynand libcgroup16:33
zulhallyn: be my guest :)16:34
Davieyzul: please consider rewriting libvirt in Go.16:34
hallynok, moving on,16:34
hallyn#topic Announce next meeting date and time16:34
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meetingologyTOPIC: Announce next meeting date and time16:34
hallynI believe that would be August 23, 16:00 UTC16:34
Davieytop banana!16:34
hallynthanks all, have a great day.16:34
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meetingologyMeeting ended Tue Aug 16 16:34:46 2011 UTC.  Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/AlanBell/mootbot . (v 0.1.4)16:34
meetingologyMinutes:        http://ubottu.com/meetingology/logs/ubuntu-meeting/2011/ubuntu-meeting.2011-08-16-15.59.moin.txt16:34
* Daviey feels all the more positive.16:35
meetingologyMeeting started Tue Aug 16 17:00:00 2011 UTC.  The chair is ogasawara. Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/AlanBell/mootbot.17:00
meetingologyUseful Commands: #topic #action #link #idea #voters #vote #chair #action #agreed #help #info #endmeeting.17:00
ogasawara[LINK] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelTeam/Meeting17:00
ogasawara[LINK] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelTeam/ReleaseStatus/Oneiric17:00
ogasawara# Meeting Etiquette17:00
ogasawara# NOTE: '..' indicates that you are finished with your input.17:00
ogasawara#       'o/' indicates you have something you'd like to add (wait until you are recognized)17:00
ogasawara[TOPIC] ARM Status (ppisati)17:00
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meetingologyTOPIC: ARM Status (ppisati)17:00
ppisatiGeneric kernel arm: nothing interesting, besides lp709245 ("ARM SMP scheduler performance bug") that is becoming a show stopper.17:00
* Daviey perks up.17:00
ppisatiOneiric/ti-omap4: a new BSP/kernel update (1202.6) is in the pipe.17:00
ppisatiOneiric/tegra: nothing new to report.17:00
ogasawara[TOPIC] Release Metrics and Incoming Bugs (ogasawara)17:01
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meetingologyTOPIC: Release Metrics and Incoming Bugs (ogasawara)17:01
ogasawara=== Release Metrics ===17:01
ogasawara[LINK] http://people.canonical.com/~kernel/reports/kt-meeting.txt17:01
ogasawara==== oneiric nominated bugs ====17:01
ogasawara * 31 linux kernel bugs (up 11)17:01
ogasawara==== Ubuntu ubuntu-11.10-beta-1 bugs ====17:01
ogasawara * 2 linux kernel bugs (up 2)17:01
ogasawara==== <series>-updates bugs ====17:01
ogasawara * 0 oneiric linux kernel bugs (no change 0)17:01
ogasawara * 18 natty linux kernel bugs (down 1)17:01
ogasawara * 3 maverick linux kernel bugs (no change 0)17:01
ogasawara * 7 lucid linux kernel bugs (no change 0)17:01
ogasawara * 0 hardy linux kernel bugs (no change 0)17:01
ogasawara=== Incoming Bugs ===17:01
ogasawara * 116 oneiric bugs (up 27)17:01
ogasawara * 1511 natty bugs (up 19)17:01
ogasawara * 1091 maverick bugs (up 2)17:01
ogasawara * 954 lucid bugs (up 13)17:01
ogasawara * 33 hardy bugs (up 2)17:02
ogasawara=== Regressions ===17:02
ogasawara==== regression-update bugs ====17:02
ogasawara * 0 oneiric bugs (no change 0)17:02
ogasawara * 13 natty bugs (no change 0)17:02
ogasawara * 40 maverick bugs (down 1)17:02
ogasawara * 78 lucid bugs (up 3)17:02
ogasawara * 0 hardy bugs (no change 0)17:02
ogasawara==== regression-release bugs ====17:02
ogasawara * 3 oneiric bugs (up 2)17:02
ogasawara * 439 natty bugs (no change 0)17:02
ogasawara * 238 maverick bugs (down 2)17:02
ogasawara * 215 lucid bugs (up 1)17:02
ogasawara * 2 hardy bugs (no change 0)17:02
ogasawara==== regression-proposed bugs ====17:02
ogasawara * 1 oneiric bugs (up 1)17:02
ogasawara * 3 natty bugs (up 1)17:02
ogasawara * 1 maverick bugs (no change 0)17:02
ogasawara * 1 lucid bugs (up 1)17:02
ogasawara * 0 hardy bugs (no change 0)17:02
ogasawara[TOPIC] Beta-1 Work Items17:02
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meetingologyTOPIC: Beta-1 Work Items17:02
ogasawara|| apw       || other-kernel-o-gcc-build-dependency || 1 work item ||17:02
ogasawara||           || other-kernel-o-bug-handling         || 2 work items||17:02
ogasawara||           || other-kernel-o-version-and-flavours || 2 work items||17:02
ogasawara||           || other-kernel-o-ubuntu-delta-review  || 1 work item ||17:02
ogasawara||           || desktop-o-xorg-stakeholders-request || 1 work item ||17:02
ogasawara||           || desktop-o-xorg-tools-and-processes  || 4 work items||17:03
ogasawara|| lag       || other-kernel-o-ubuntu-delta-review  || 1 work item ||17:03
ogasawara|| ogasawara || other-kernel-o-version-and-flavours || 2 work items||17:03
ogasawara|| rsalveti  || other-kernel-o-ubuntu-delta-review  || 1 work item ||17:03
ogasawara|| sarvatt   || desktop-o-xorg-tools-and-processes  || 1 work item ||17:03
ogasawara|| sconklin  || desktop-o-xorg-stakeholders-request || 1 work item ||17:03
ogasawara|| smb       || other-kernel-o-version-and-flavours || 1 work item ||17:03
ogasawara|| tjaalton  || other-kernel-o-ubuntu-delta-review  || 1 work item ||17:03
ogasawaraIf you're listed in the table above, please review your work items.17:03
apwack ..17:03
ogasawara[TOPIC] Status: General Oneiric (ogasawara)17:03
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meetingologyTOPIC: Status: General Oneiric (ogasawara)17:03
ogasawaraLast week we uploaded the 3.0.0-8.11 Ubuntu kernel.  See [LINK] https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/3.0.0-8.11 for the full changelog.  I'd like to remind everone that we're approximately 1 week away from Beta Freeze.  As such, I intend to upload our Beta-1 kernel by the end of this week.  ie. get your patches sent to the mailing list asap if you want them to hit the Beta-1 release.17:04
ogasawaraSome important dates to keep in mind are as follows:17:04
ogasawara * Aug 25 - Beta Freeze (~1 week)17:04
ogasawara * Sept 1 - Beta 1 (~2 weeks)17:04
ogasawara * Sept 15 - Kernel Freeze (~4 weeks)17:04
ogasawara * Sept 22 - Beta 2 (~5 weeks)17:04
ogasawaraWe'll continue pull in bug fixes and follow upstream stable v3.0.x as we move towards release.  I'd also like to note that I've opened the P-series git repo and recently rebased it to v3.1-rc2.  It's available in my personal repo on zinc - git://kernel.ubuntu.com/ogasawara/ubuntu-p.git .  I'll make an official announcement to the mailing list shortly.17:04
ogasawara[TOPIC] Status: CVE's (apw)17:05
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meetingologyTOPIC: Status: CVE's (apw)17:05
apw== 2011-08-16 (weekly) ==17:05
apw=== CVE Metrics ===17:05
apw[LINK] http://people.canonical.com/~kernel/cve/pkg/CVE-linux.txt17:05
apwCurrently open CVEs for each supported branch:17:05
apw|| Package                                  || Open ||17:05
apw||                                          ||      ||17:05
apw|| linux Hardy                              ||    7 ||17:05
apw|| linux Lucid                              ||    3 ||17:05
apw|| linux Maverick                           ||    3 ||17:05
apw|| linux Natty                              ||    3 ||17:05
apw|| linux Oneiric                            ||    2 ||17:05
apw|| linux-ec2 Lucid                          ||    3 ||17:05
apw|| linux-fsl-imx51 Lucid                    ||    3 ||17:05
apw|| linux-mvl-dove Lucid                     ||    3 ||17:05
apw|| linux-mvl-dove Maverick                  ||    3 ||17:05
apw|| linux-ti-omap4 Maverick                  ||    3 ||17:05
apw|| linux-ti-omap4 Natty                     ||    3 ||17:05
apw|| linux-ti-omap4 Oneiric                   ||    2 ||17:05
apw|| linux-lts-backport-maverick Lucid        ||    3 ||17:05
apw|| linux-lts-backport-natty Lucid           ||    3 ||17:05
apwWe have just found a regression introduced by one of the fixes for CVE-2011-1020.  Investigation ongoing.17:05
ogasawara[TOPIC] Status: Stable Kernel Team (sconklin)17:06
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meetingologyTOPIC: Status: Stable Kernel Team (sconklin)17:06
sconklin||== Status of kernels ==17:06
sconklin|| This is kernel verification week. All kernels except Natty were ready for verification this17:06
sconklin|| week, but a regression has been discovered in all kernels except Natty due to application of17:06
sconklin|| a CVE patch. All kernels will be respun and further status will be announced when we have17:06
sconklin|| estimated completion times for kernel prep.17:06
sconklin|| The CVE tracking bug for the discovered regressionis here:17:06
sconklin|| https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/813026/17:06
sconklin|| Kernel status for each series is as follows:17:06
ubottuUbuntu bug 813026 in linux (Ubuntu Hardy) "CVE-2011-1020" [Undecided,Fix committed]17:06
sconklin||=== Hardy ===17:06
sconklin|| * [[https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/8239120|Hardy Tracking Bug]]17:06
sconklin|| * Is being held for a CVE regression (was ready for copying to -updates)17:06
ubottuError: ubuntu bug 8239120 not found17:06
sconklin||=== Lucid ===17:06
sconklin|| * [[https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/824148|Lucid Tracking Bug]]17:06
sconklin|| * Is being held for a CVE regression (was in verification)17:06
ubottuUbuntu bug 824148 in linux (Ubuntu) "[Regression] linux: 2.6.32-34.73 -proposed tracker" [Medium,In progress]17:06
sconklin||=== Maverick ===17:06
sconklin|| * [[https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/823306|Maverick Tracking Bug]]17:06
sconklin|| * Is being held for a CVE regression (was in verification)17:06
ubottuUbuntu bug 823306 in linux (Ubuntu) "[Regression] linux: 2.6.35-30.57 -proposed tracker" [Medium,In progress]17:06
sconklin||=== Natty ===17:07
sconklin|| * [[https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/818175|Natty Tracking Bug]]17:07
sconklin|| * Is being held for an [[https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/814325|Intel graphics regression ]]17:07
ubottuUbuntu bug 818175 in linux (Ubuntu Natty) "linux: 2.6.38-11.48 -proposed tracker" [Medium,In progress]17:07
ubottuUbuntu bug 814325 in linux (Ubuntu Oneiric) "fuzzy and corrupted display with update in natty-proposed" [High,Incomplete]17:07
sconklin||   This regression also exists in upstream kernels, and the hardware enablement team is17:07
sconklin||   invesitgating this and working with upstream.17:07
ogasawara[TOPIC] Security & bugfix kernels - Natty/Maverick/Lucid/Hardy (sconklin)17:07
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meetingologyTOPIC: Security & bugfix kernels - Natty/Maverick/Lucid/Hardy (sconklin)17:07
ogasawara(seems like it was covered above?)17:07
sconklin|| Current Kernel versions are available here: http://people.canonical.com/~kernel/reports/versions.html17:07
ogasawara[TOPIC] Open Discussion or Questions: Raise your hand to be recognized (o/)17:07
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meetingologyTOPIC: Open Discussion or Questions: Raise your hand to be recognized (o/)17:07
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meetingologyMeeting ended Tue Aug 16 17:08:23 2011 UTC.  Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/AlanBell/mootbot . (v 0.1.4)17:08
meetingologyMinutes:        http://ubottu.com/meetingology/logs/ubuntu-meeting/2011/ubuntu-meeting.2011-08-16-17.00.moin.txt17:08
sconklinthanks Leann!17:08
kamalthanks ogasawara17:08
ogasawarasconklin: you want me to combine your above two agenda items?17:08
ogasawaradamn, missed him17:09
smbkthxbye :)17:09
AlanBello/ czajkowski19:13
AlanBelldo we know who is chairing tonight? I wanted to do a quick runthrough of the awesomeness that is the #voters command19:15
brobostigon#voters command?19:18
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popeyAlanBell: is it just #voters followed by the list of people allowed to vote?19:51
itnet7AlanBell: still would be cool to create a #passthebaton command19:52
AlanBellitnet7:  that would be the #chair command19:52
itnet7Oh, It does that now?19:52
czajkowskipopey: can you chair my netwok seems to be cutting out with skynet19:52
itnet7mid meeting?19:52
AlanBellI can make #passthebaton an alias if you like :)19:52
popeyczajkowski: yes19:52
AlanBellitnet7: yup19:52
czajkowskiskynet is being arsey19:53
itnet7No, but it's good to know that that would do it!19:53
AlanBellI didn't get round to doing quorum stuff in the voting system19:53
AlanBellor casting votes19:54
AlanBellbut patches welcome :)19:54
AlanBell#chair foo bar will add foo and bar to the list of people it listens to for #topic and #endmeeting and #vote commands19:55
meetingologyMeeting started Tue Aug 16 20:00:17 2011 UTC.  The chair is popey. Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/AlanBell/mootbot.20:00
meetingologyUseful Commands: #topic #action #link #idea #voters #vote #chair #action #agreed #help #info #endmeeting.20:00
popeyping czajkowski itnet7 huats leogg paultag20:00
popeyWelcome to the LoCo Council Meeting, our agenda is at https://wiki.ubuntu.com/LoCoCouncilAgenda20:00
leogghello :)20:01
itnet7Hey there!20:01
popeypaultag explained he may not be around and has already given us his votes via email. So when the time comes we'll be okay there.20:01
popeyhuats: you about?20:01
YorokobiGood afternoon, everyone.20:02
scott_evmhelmke ping20:02
czajkowskihuats: did say he would be here20:02
popeygive him just a minute or two20:03
huatsI am here20:04
huatssorry for the late arrival20:04
popeyright, we'll begin then.20:04
popey#topic Ubuntu UK LoCo re-approval.20:04
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meetingologyTOPIC: Ubuntu UK LoCo re-approval.20:04
popeyAlanBell: you about? ;)20:04
AlanBellI am, good evening all20:05
popeyNow, to be clear, myself and czajkowski wont take part in the vote on UK because we're both in the team20:05
popeybut huats itnet7 and paultag will vote20:05
popeyis anyone here to support the UK team re-approval application?20:05
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popeyitnet7 / huats do you have any questions or comments for AlanBell ?20:06
bigcalm_lappy486Hi :)20:06
itnet7popey: thinking... The Application really spells out a lot20:07
popeyyeah, have some time to read :D20:07
popeyI'll ask a question then ☺20:07
itnet7AlanBell: What would you say is the teams biggest challenge?20:07
AlanBellwell there are a number of challenges, we have a lot of awesome individuals and we need to do more as a team to bring more people in20:08
leoggAlanBell, what do you do to get people involved in the team?20:08
AlanBellI know there are *loads* of UK people in #ubuntu and the english language forums who are not really involved in the loco activities as such20:09
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AlanBellleogg: we have a lovely friendly IRC channel where we provide support and organise things, we announce events to our mailing list, website and loco directory page20:09
huatsAlanBell, I am REALLY impressed by the vitality of your LoCo : Ubuntu business is terrific, I am a regular listener of the podcast...So congrats for your great work !20:10
AlanBellwe organise real world events like geeknics and conferences20:10
AlanBellyeah, the Ubuntu in Business event was buzzing, we should do another one of them20:10
leoggAlanBell, the geeknics and oggcamp are really cool20:10
AlanBellquite a bit of work in the planning though20:10
AlanBelloggcamp was such fun :)20:11
itnet7Awesome work, I have no other questions20:11
leoggAlanBell, team reports? do you have any? I can't find them on the application20:11
huatsAlanBell, honnestly Ubuntu Business is something that many LoCo should consider, "mine" (ubuntu-fr) being one of them :)20:11
AlanBellwe do have team reports, we used them when writing the application, one sec . . .20:11
czajkowskiIs there plans to run more Ubuntu in Business?20:12
leoggpopey, thanks20:12
huatsAlanBell, do you have any interactions with locos around ?20:12
AlanBellczajkowski: just an aspiration at the moment20:12
AlanBellhuats: other loco teams you mean?20:12
itnet7my bad20:13
popeythe wiki is broken, it doesn't show ones after april, but they are there20:13
popeyoh, it does, just in a dumb order20:13
AlanBellhuats: we have members from a number of countries, and several other LoCo teams are using some of our meeting innovations (agenda formats and bots)20:13
leoggI must say I'm a big fan of uupc, based on that alone I'll give you +1 :)20:14
AlanBelluupc is teh awesome20:14
czajkowskiI've just one question, how do you plan to reach out to get more people involved in your team, and get more of the canonical folks who are based in the UK involved?20:14
AlanBellhuats: there is a list at the end of our reapproval application of some things we do for other locos20:15
huatsAlanBell, I was not meaing things you are doing for other teams, but things you are doing with other teams20:16
huats(like joint meetings)20:16
huats(read meaning not meaing)20:16
AlanBellczajkowski: I would indeed love to get more canonical folk involved, we get together at the release parties, but doing more than that would be great20:16
AlanBellI did do some fire breathing with aqarius, that must count for something20:16
AlanBellhuats: hmm, interesting, we are a bit of an island in that sense and the litteral sense20:17
popeyAlanBell: it seems there has been quite a flurry of activity in the last few months, possibly ahead of this meeting. How do you keep that momentum up?20:17
TheOpenSourcererEvening - sorry I'm late.20:17
AlanBellhi TheOpenSourcerer20:17
huatsAlanBell, I know that would be the interesting thing :)20:17
AlanBellpopey: I want to speed it up faster20:18
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AlanBellmore events, working more with the people who do stuff in other areas of the country like the Manchester stuff20:18
AlanBellI want to find a way in to the universities, the computing societies I tried so far were unresponsive20:19
popeyczajkowski / leogg / huats / itnet7 any more questions?20:19
AlanBelllinks with hackspaces etc20:19
czajkowskinope I'm good thanks.20:19
AlanBellI went to the london hackspace last month to see what they are up to20:19
leoggI'm ready to vote20:19
* daubershome is late... sorry"20:19
itnet7leogg: ditto20:20
popey#voters leogg huats itnet720:20
meetingologyCurrent voters: huats itnet7 leogg20:20
popeyhere goes.20:20
popeynot so fast :D20:20
leoggpopey, come onnnnnnn20:20
popey#vote on re-approval of Ubuntu UK loco20:20
meetingologyPlease vote on: on re-approval of Ubuntu UK loco20:20
meetingologyPublic votes can be registered by saying +1, +0 or -1 in channel, (private votes don't work yet, but when they do it will be by messaging the channel followed by +1/-1/+0 to me)20:20
meetingology+1 received from itnet720:21
meetingology+1 received from leogg20:21
meetingology+1 received from huats20:21
meetingologyVoting ended on: on re-approval of Ubuntu UK loco20:21
meetingologyVotes for:3 Votes against:0 Abstentions:020:21
meetingologyMotion carried20:21
popeyPlus one more from paultag20:21
jledbetterCongratulations AlanBell :)20:21
itnet7Sweet!! Congrats20:21
popeyGreat work AlanBell20:21
* christel claps20:21
popeykeep it up20:21
leoggcongrats guys! awesome work!20:21
czajkowskiAlanBell: congrats20:21
christelwell done tinkerbell! <320:21
bigcalmNice work AlanBell :)20:21
TheOpenSourcererThat didn't take long. Only grabbed the last 5 mins. Did I miss much?20:22
bigcalmAnd everybody else who continue to make the UK Team awesome :)20:22
popeyTheOpenSourcerer: you missed the bit where we handed out free money20:22
popeyRight, moving on20:22
TheOpenSourcererNever mind - it would have slipped through my fat fingers anyway ;-)20:22
popey#topic Ubuntu California Re-Approval20:22
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meetingologyTOPIC: Ubuntu California Re-Approval20:22
popey#link https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CaliforniaTeam/ApprovalApplication201120:23
popey[LINK] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CaliforniaTeam/ApprovalApplication201120:23
popeystupid bot20:23
popeypleia2: you about?20:23
pleia2hi :)20:23
czajkowskiAloha folks20:23
popeyAnyone here to support Ubuntu Californian LoCo reapproval?20:24
DarkwingDuckI'll be bouncing a bit.. playing Dady Day Care.20:25
popeypleia2: I am enjoying seeing the work you're doing installing Ubuntu for local community projects. Hows that going?20:25
popeyare others involved?20:25
pleia2popey: very well, just had a partimus installfest where we has several team members come out20:25
czajkowskiDarkwingDuck: pleia2 care to tell us how ye get things done in your team ?20:25
pleia2grantbow has been involved for years, we had a woman from our ubuntu hours and installfests come out too20:25
pleia2we have people all over the state taking charge of events in their area and plan them, we swap tips about venues and things20:27
pleia2so we've got ubuntu hours all over the place, the bay area and southern california are distinct regions that often have events20:27
pleia2so for us it's really about individuals in their regions taking charge of events20:28
itnet7It seems to be working out really well20:28
popeyI'd be interested in how your 'hours' work out20:29
popeymany turn up?20:29
pleia2we've had everywhere from 1 to over 2020:29
huatsto add to popey : how do you promote them ?20:29
pleia2I'd say typically for most it's about 5-10 people20:29
DarkwingDuckLUGs, Word of mouth, etc.20:29
popeyand how regular are they?20:29
leoggpleia2, California is pretty big, how do you manage to cover all of the state? Or does most things happen on the bigger cities/areas?20:29
pleia2we announce them on our mailing list, forums, twitter, identica, facebook20:30
popeyin the same place all the time?20:30
DarkwingDuckTry to20:30
pleia2and then locally some ubuntu hours advertise to LUGs (I advertise the Ubuntu Hours we couple with Debian dinners to the local lists for SF Ubuntu Hours)20:30
czajkowskipleia2: that's a lot of places, I know other teams complain about posting to multiple places, but do you think it's benefical ?20:30
pleia2leogg: we have active members all over the state, so individuals just create events where they are (our list of ubuntu hour locations is at the end of our app, it's not just the major cities)20:31
czajkowskiDarkwingDuck: can you tell us how things are in the team, in the past it was a bit hairy, but I'm glad to see it's settled down, how is the team doing now ?20:31
popeythats an impressive set of Hours20:31
pleia2popey: some are every other week, the ones in the bay area tend to be monthly (mostly because there are millions of tech events in the bay area, more than one per month would be further saturation :))20:31
leoggpleia2, nice! thank you :)20:31
popeyYeah, I can imagine!20:32
pleia2czajkowski: the core team handles announcing things centrally to all the resources, it's not so bad, then individuals handle announcements locally20:32
pleia2we use posterous to post to twitter, identica and facebook all at once, then create a loco directory entry and copy that into mailing list and forums posts20:32
DarkwingDuckThings in the team are going very well. We've had our... differences of opinions at times but, we have managed to sit down, take a few breaths and explain the logic behind things. People tend to respond to that.20:32
popeyWhat about the financial side of things, do you pay for venues for hours?20:33
DarkwingDuckIn San Diego, no, we have not had to as of yet.20:33
DarkwingDuckWell, San Diego area.20:33
popeyyou use starbucks and similar?20:33
czajkowskiDarkwingDuck: / pleia2 where do you see the team going/progressing in the next 2 years?20:33
pleia2there are a lot of independent coffee shops in california :)20:33
popeywhat time of day and day of week is most popular for Hours?20:34
DarkwingDuckI would like to expand the outreach to the massive amount of Unis here in California.20:34
pleia2in the bay area whenever we need to pay for a venue we team up with a LUG who handles costs, or a non-profit that can get us in for free as long as we promote them (again, here that's often partimus - upcoming solano stroll is paid for by berkeley lug under the partimus non-profit banner)20:34
pleia2popey: roseville (near the state capital) had a popular lunchtime ubuntu hour, but most are in the evening, 6-8PMish20:35
popeyI have no more questions20:35
czajkowskisame here20:35
DarkwingDuckWe do it (normally) on saturday mid day20:35
itnet7everything looks good to me20:36
pleia2czajkowski: I think just staying on track and keeping all communication lines open is what is most vital for our team, we've been growing lately and it's good20:36
pleia2so make sure we stay on track and take opportunities and volunteers as they come :) we're in a good position for that now20:36
czajkowskigreat stuff20:36
leoggno more questions from me20:36
czajkowskilooks good to me20:36
huatslooks very good to me too20:36
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leoggyep, very nice job and great app20:37
popey#vote on Ubuntu California Team Re-Approval20:37
meetingologyPlease vote on: on Ubuntu California Team Re-Approval20:37
meetingologyPublic votes can be registered by saying +1, +0 or -1 in channel, (private votes don't work yet, but when they do it will be by messaging the channel followed by +1/-1/+0 to me)20:37
meetingology+1 received from itnet720:37
meetingology+1 received from leogg20:37
meetingology+1 received from huats20:38
AlanBellum popey #voters20:38
meetingologyVoting ended on: on Ubuntu California Team Re-Approval20:38
meetingologyVotes for:3 Votes against:0 Abstentions:020:38
meetingologyMotion carried20:38
popeyhang on!20:38
czajkowskiAlanBell: your voting bot is confusing :)20:38
popeyit's +520:38
popeyplus paultag gave +1 via mailing list20:38
popeysorry, I screwed the #voters20:38
czajkowski+6 :)20:38
popeyso basically, you're done :D20:38
pleia2thanks everyone :)20:38
DarkwingDuckThank you20:38
pleia2see you in 2 years!20:38
AlanBellyay pleia2 and california20:38
itnet7Very good job, Go Cali!!20:39
leoggkeep up the good work cali!20:39
DarkwingDuckSee some of ya in Orlando.20:39
AlanBellczajkowski: user error20:39
AndroUseris it all over I just managed to join the channel20:39
itnet7Definitely DarkwingDuck !20:39
DarkwingDuckassuming my application gets approved (It should)20:39
popey#voters popey czajkowski leogg huats itnet720:40
meetingologyCurrent voters: czajkowski huats itnet7 leogg popey20:40
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popeykeeping to time nicely20:40
popey#topic Ubuntu Arizona Reapproval20:40
=== meetingology changed the topic of #ubuntu-meeting to: Ubuntu Arizona Reapproval
meetingologyTOPIC: Ubuntu Arizona Reapproval20:40
popeytoddc: you about? ☺20:40
toddcToddc here to represent azloco arizona team woot!20:40
popeyAnyone else here for Arizona?20:40
scott_evThe Hottest LoCo on Earth - The AZ LoCo - w00t w00t!!!20:40
triunityGo Todd!20:40
czajkowskihey folks20:41
popeytoddc: tell us about your install fests..20:42
stuartso did the UK soon ???20:42
popeystuart: yeah20:42
popeysee #ubuntu-uk20:42
toddcit is a combined event wit attendence at 15+20:42
czajkowskitoddc: why on the Kubuntu wiki and not on the main wiki, curious? All in Blue :)20:42
toddcour original application was in kbuntu20:43
Dazed_75so he copied and worked it there.  Does it matter for this?20:43
czajkowskiI was just curious :)20:43
Dazed_75I was too :)20:44
huatsI like the testimonial idea20:44
itnet7me too20:44
scott_evOur install fests are handled two ways.  we have installfests thast we do alone - one per release of ubuntu, and one a month that we do in conjunction with the Phoenix Linux users Group once a month20:44
toddcnp since this is my first I used it as a template20:44
toddcwe laso have a monly server installfest also20:44
Dazed_75two/month with PLUG20:44
Dazed_75I also do 2/year with SLUG and 2 others for retirement parks20:45
czajkowskiI see ye've only started to use the LD in the last 2 months, http://loco.ubuntu.com/teams/ubuntu-arizona/events/history20:45
toddcand several out of the local area Tucson20:45
itnet7Dazed_75: How many newcomers show up out of curiousity?20:45
Dazed_75itnet7: varies a lot from about 2 to 2020:46
toddcwe are continuing to add events and are currently add one in prescoot az20:46
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Dazed_75Most installfests are a mix of installs, assists, and fixes or discussions.  Depends on user needs20:47
leoggI like the fact that you collaborate with other LUGs in the area20:48
bj0and sometimes random projects20:48
popeyI agree leogg20:48
toddcwe do a lot of that it helps everyone20:48
czajkowskitoddc: how do you share out thing getting done ?? like getting in this application and getting events organised?20:49
popeytoddc: your irc meetings seem to mostly consist of news dumps. Do the team find that valuable?20:50
toddcwe  have a small group that is increasing slowly that gets the core things done20:50
Dazed_75Typically, we decide such things in the Sunday IRC or at installfest meetings20:50
Yorokobipopey, I find the news dumps valuable. fwiw20:50
popeyit seems more like a newsletter than a meeting as such?20:50
isz_idas do I.20:50
leoggtoddc, I don't see much activity on the forums or mailing lists... how do you communicate with each other on the team?20:50
toddcyes since most of our things are events20:51
Dazed_75We are considering fewer IRC meetings and trying for higher attendance bersus people reading the notes later20:51
toddcwe use irc and our big blue button server for most communication20:51
bj0there is a lot more IRC communication than on the mailing list20:51
Dazed_75We are also considering how to do some face to face with everyone so distant20:52
Dazed_75The Valley is like 100 miles across20:52
czajkowskitoddc: I ask as the team is currently unapproved, due to the team expring as no application was submitted20:52
toddcFormer Team leaders said the it was handled or that they would guide us and did not followed thru20:52
popeyThat's unfortunate.20:52
toddcI took over 9 months ago20:53
leoggtoddc, how many people do you have regularly on your IRC channel?20:53
czajkowskitoddc: ok, but you really should have come to us, it's taken a long time20:53
toddcwith a huge learning curve20:53
scott_evit's been a real hinderance as we are somewhet flying blind here20:53
toddcI was more inthe the installfests but learning has been fun but slow20:54
itnet7Anytime you need some help or ideas you can ping anyone of us20:54
Dazed_75What kind of help could we get from the council?  I don't think we know20:54
toddcthanks will keep that in mind20:54
popeyabsolutely, we're here to help20:54
scott_evI'm somewhat to blame as i took over after johnc4510 and didn't immediatly find out what we needed to do to stay curent20:54
popeylets talk about what the loco council does offline perhaps?20:54
toddcok thanks20:55
popeyczajkowski / itnet7 / huats / leogg  do you have any other questions for the AZ team?20:55
scott_evbeing the team's one Ubuntu member I should have known better20:55
czajkowskihmm no20:55
Dazed_75Is there a page that might describe what ways the council can help with ideas and such?20:55
itnet7toddc: I have joined your channel feel free to ping me anytime20:55
popeyNo worries scott_ev :D20:55
leoggno, I'm good20:55
popeyok, lets go then.20:55
toddcinet7 thanks will do20:55
popey#vote on Ubuntu Arizona Re-Approval20:56
meetingologyPlease vote on: on Ubuntu Arizona Re-Approval20:56
meetingologyPublic votes can be registered by saying +1, +0 or -1 in channel, (private votes don't work yet, but when they do it will be by messaging the channel followed by +1/-1/+0 to me)20:56
meetingology+1 received from popey20:56
meetingology+1 received from itnet720:56
popeyWe have a +1 from paultag also20:56
Dazed_75Sory, while I've been involved with the loco activities, I only recently joined it20:56
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meetingology+1 received from huats20:57
meetingologyVoting ended on: on Ubuntu Arizona Re-Approval20:57
meetingologyVotes for:3 Votes against:0 Abstentions:020:57
meetingologyMotion carried20:57
popeyI make that 420:57
huatssorry I was backlogging20:57
scott_evnice, thanks you all20:57
popeySo congratulations!20:57
scott_evwe live again20:57
triunitySweet!!! Thank you!!!!20:57
pleia2congrats AZ, I'll be in Phoenix over labor day weekend visiting family :)20:57
scott_evnice pleia20:57
bj0you picked the hottest month for it pleia2 :)20:57
scott_evwhere exactly?20:57
popeykeep up the great work, and do get in touch if we can help at all20:57
pleia2bj0: haha, I also visited philly during a heat wave this year, it's how I roll20:58
toddcthank you and stop by and watch us get bigger20:58
Dazed_75Thanks, I am sure we will20:58
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meetingologyMeeting ended Tue Aug 16 20:58:14 2011 UTC.  Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/AlanBell/mootbot . (v 0.1.4)20:58
meetingologyMinutes:        http://ubottu.com/meetingology/logs/ubuntu-meeting/2011/ubuntu-meeting.2011-08-16-20.00.moin.txt20:58
YorokobiYay! Now, back to Splunk's conference ... :o20:58
bj0cool, thanks all20:58
czajkowskipopey: thanks for chairing20:58
itnet7thanks popey !20:59
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