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* barry waves13:01
loolstgraber, ondra, ogra_: heyo13:01
loolbarry: should we start with download service?13:02
barrylool: sure13:02
barryso, i uploaded a new version last night with dbus support13:02
barrystgraber: pointed to a problem with config file updates: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-system-image/+bug/120409013:03
ubottuUbuntu bug 1204090 in Ubuntu system image "Drop 'device' from client.ini" [Critical,In progress]13:03
barryso i'll be getting an 0.8 out this morning13:03
barryhad a chat with seb yesterday.  his team was going to start work on the update ui.  i'll circle round to him today, though i am on patch pilot for at least half the day13:03
loolbarry: so even after deleting client.ini today, I'll have to repeat every day until this is solved?13:04
barrywe sketched out a very basic interaction pattern, so i think the minimal ui will be doable13:04
ondralool: hey13:04
barrylool: yeah, but hopefully "every day" will be just "today"13:04
barry0.8 will have only this fix and then you won't have to edit client.ini to set the device model any more13:05
barryanyway, i think that's about it for the client13:05
loolbarry: so when do you think you would have a simple UI for an update?  (even if partial)13:05
barryd/l service. i have to circle back to mandel to see where/when/if that is landing13:05
loolbarry: download service should be all landed now13:06
barrylool: ah, good.13:06
barrylool: i'm still aiming for tomorrow13:06
barry(on the ui13:06
loollibubuntudownloadmanager1 and ubuntu-download-manager are in the images13:07
loolbarry: ok13:07
barryexcellent.  i'm still not going to integrate that until after the demo most likely13:07
loolbarry: yeah; we had noted the download service as an action on you last week, just wanted to close this topic13:07
loolsince it's all landed now13:07
looloh wow, we even have unity-scope-click in the image too !13:07
sergiusenslool: beuno was going to demo that afaik13:08
loolsergiusens: yeah13:08
loolso I think stgraber isn't around13:08
loolhe was to land gpg in recovery13:09
loolbut basically everything is landed, updater is announced for adventurous folks13:09
ogra_isnt that n since days13:09
looland we had various issues at the time of launch and since the launch13:09
loolbut getting resolved13:09
ogra_though we havent released images since 5 days due to the new policies13:09
sergiusensogra_: stgraber pulls from pending to rebuild the images13:10
loologra_: yeah but update imgaes are generated from latest image rather than current, so it still works13:10
barryogra_: new policies?13:10
ogra_(and i expect releases to not happen for a while until all bits ship full tests that utah can run)13:10
ogra_barry, 100% test coverage on the dashboard now13:10
ogra_lool, well, we will need a full test of the bits that got added to recovery ...13:10
loolbarry: now that I read it more carefully, I don't understand how LP 1204090 is critical; is that in the case where the model detection would change over time?!?13:10
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1204090 in Ubuntu system image "Drop 'device' from client.ini" [Critical,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/120409013:11
ogra_theoretically we couldnt release atm13:11
ogra_after asac's definition13:11
loologra_: not sure what you mean13:11
loologra_: you mean add new testsuites to cover the new bits?13:11
ogra_lool, we add ubuntu code to recvery that has zero tests13:11
ogra_by the new definition that isnt releasable13:11
ogra_so testing gpg and the ubuntu updater scripts would be needed13:12
ogra_and proper integration into utah13:12
barrylool: no.  if future changes are made to client.ini, they most likely won't get installed (at least easily) since conffile will see a local edit.  i think the point is to remove the need for almost everyone to edit their client.ini file.13:12
loolbarry: oh ok13:12
loolbarry: sorry, I get it now13:12
loolbarry: I thought it was entirely generated13:12
loolbut it's a conffile *and* gets updated after install, and wont get updated on upgrades anymore13:12
barrynope.  maybe i'll port gentoo's conffile update system to debian :)13:13
loolbarry: there's ucf too13:13
loolbut this only concerns people who have renabled apt, right?>13:13
barryit's better to query the system for the device name anyway13:13
loolotherwise you get the new conffile overwritten by a system image update?13:13
barryi think that's right13:14
loologra_: so we do have tests in certain places, but not for everything13:14
ogra_lool, right13:14
loologra_: we also lack end-to-end integration tests13:14
ogra_and new features need to ship tests alongside13:14
ogra_currently all we have are the app tests and default installability13:15
ogra_bit for the recovery changes we need tests too13:15
loolI'm not sure how practical it would be to have them run daily; I don't really see how that would reasonnably be done, but we could e.g. run update tests from the latest release or something like that13:15
ogra_and there should be a test that prevents stuff like above as well13:15
ogra_(broken configs etc)13:15
sergiusenslool: the end to end stuff we can discuss in our meeting with QA later today13:15
loolsergiusens: yeah13:15
ogra_thats what we depend on now13:16
ogra_and the next daily will only go out if all is green13:16
loologra_: right; but we need a base image to smoke test an update13:16
ogra_(which i suspect might take until the weekend)13:16
ogra_lool, right13:17
loolI think we covered all actions from last week13:17
asaci feel that daily-release should always use last /current + the proposed changes13:17
asacin that way we foster a culture of delivering something that will work in one shot13:17
ogra_asac, that makes only sense if /current is actually daily13:17
asacrather than saying you can have multiple shots to get things right (e.g. we have an option to easily see results against /rpoposed)13:17
asacogra_: sure. it only makes sense if we go strict13:17
loolso I guess the only remaining open topics are: a) barry adding UI (high) a') barry fixing LP 1204090 b) barry switching to download service (low) c) sergiusens / ogra_ / lool discussing integration tests13:18
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1204090 in Ubuntu system image "Drop 'device' from client.ini" [Critical,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/120409013:18
barrylool: seems reasonable13:18
asacon /etc ... I think it makes sense to put a zero /etc in any touch image policy13:18
ogra_lool, sounds fine13:18
asacbecause its a half broken concept in the new world of system image updates13:18
ogra_zero /etc ?13:18
ogra_can you elaborate ?13:18
asacat best defaults are never shipped in /etc/ anyway, and we can provide other locations to change defaults through .DOT files13:18
loolasac: it's more of a template13:19
asaclool: those should go to /usr/share/docs :)13:19
barryasac: how does that work with convergence?13:19
asacright now in the linux world /etc is not cleanly designed13:19
ogra_barry, we'll find out in the 14.04 cycle :)13:19
asacits used as one place for a) defaults (that should usually go into the app) and b) admininstrative/system wide changes13:19
barryogra_: :)13:20
asaci think we hsould go clean about those two approaches in touch :)13:20
asacthats all i am saying (now i am out again)13:20
loolasac: I don't see a big gain in pushing defaults out of /etc13:20
loolthis is make-work13:20
lool(like merging /usr/bin and /bin or renaming /etc to /config or something)13:21
asacits not consisten behaviour13:21
* ogra_ thought /etc is readonly anyway 13:21
barrywell, at least let's say an irc comment leaves it a bit underspecified :)13:21
asacif apt is there13:21
loolseems we're getting a bit out of the topic13:21
ogra_variable data needs to go into /data13:21
asacogra_: not if apt is back i am sure13:21
ogra_asac, ah, no, then not indeed13:21
loologra_: exactly; except in convergence, or if you swithc to developer mode13:21
ogra_lool, i dont see why convergence would have to differ :)13:22
ogra_but thats 14,04 stuff13:22
ogra_not for now13:22
loologra_: because of the installer user bsae13:22
loolas in, today my /etc is r/w on my laptop13:22
sergiusensogra_: if /etc is read only, where does network mananger setup it's configs?13:22
loolsergiusens: /dev/mmcblk0p9 on /var/lib/NetworkManager type ext4 (rw,relatime,user_xattr,acl,barrier=1,data=ordered)13:23
ogra_sergiusens, in a tmpfs overlay ? no idea13:23
loolsergiusens: bind mounts to writable space13:23
* ogra_ needs to look into the setup this week 13:23
* sergiusens needs to check13:23
ogra_i had planned to do an install this week13:23
loolsergiusens: sorry, I meant: /dev/mmcblk0p9 on /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections type ext4 (rw,relatime,user_xattr,acl,barrier=1,data=ordered)13:23
ogra_thats /data13:23
sergiusenslool: and I thought you changed the location :-)13:23
loolthe other is for more ephemeral stuff13:24
loollike dhcp leases and stuff13:24
ogra_they go into /run anyway, no ?13:24
loolsergiusens: so basically anything which used to write to /var or /etc needs to be diverted to /data13:24
asacyeah :)13:24
loologra_: not that ephemeral13:25
asacand everything that is in /etc should rewally go to doc (template) or /usr/share/ (default settings)13:25
loologra_: you could remove it, but it's best to keep across reboots13:25
loole.g. which ssids you've seen and such13:25
ogra_asac, whats the benefit ?13:25
* ogra_ doesnt see it 13:25
loolasac: I don't think we need to spend engineering cycles moving stuff around in gazillions of packages13:25
ogra_if /etc is readonly anyway, why would you want to have apps read from a non std place13:26
ogra_yeah, lool expressed that better13:26
ogra_seems like a waste13:26
loolit's kind of funny to have this argument in this direction with asac13:26
asacwell, i will cover this topic elsewhere... short term its not on topic13:26
loolasac: you're supposed to be more pragmatic than me!  and I ought to advocate beauty of the file hierarchy  :-)13:27
asaci am pragmatic13:27
loolalright, almost out of time13:27
* ogra_ sees no beauty in moving configs from /etc to /doc :)13:27
loolbarry, ondra, ogra_, sergiusens: Anything else we want to cover?13:27
* barry is good13:27
loolalso, do we want to keep this meeting?13:27
ogra_lool, do we know who will write tests ?13:27
loolperhaps until it's used by everyone?13:27
ogra_(thats why i brought it up_13:27
ogra_i know stgraber will not be around (vacations, etc)13:28
barrylool: i think we're far enough along that it most likely won't be necessary for much longer13:28
ogra_and we need to switch at some point13:28
ondralool: not much from me, I haven't done much, only recent activity was to help stgraber to resolve gpg problem, but that was 1 tas13:28
ogra_but we cant without having tests in place13:28
loologra_: I would think stgraber would write upgrade tests when he's back?13:28
ogra_dunno, i think i remember something about three weeks13:29
loolbarry: I'm thinking we should cancel next week then have one more meeting to plan enabling for everyone13:29
ogra_with parts of that being on/off and parts of that being gone completely13:29
loolbarry: or would you be interested in writing the upgrades tests in the next weeks?  since stgraber is on leave, you might be a good candidate since you know the upgrade logic inside out  :-)13:29
loolbarry: would you want to join the call we have with QA folks later?13:29
loologra_: yeah; release sprint, debconf and other leaves13:30
barrylool: when's the call?13:30
ogra_lool, right13:30
loolbarry: 4pm UTC13:30
loolbarry: adding you13:30
loolbarry: feel free either way13:30
loolalright, closing this meeting them; have a good day everyone!13:31
barrylool: sure, np13:31
loolbye all13:31
sergiusenssee you on the channel to the left (or right) (irssi)13:31
ogra_sergiusens, pfft ... below13:31
jamespagelets strt16:01
meetingologyMeeting started Tue Jul 23 16:02:00 2013 UTC.  The chair is jamespage. Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/meetingology.16:02
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jamespage#topic review previous actions16:02
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jamespagerbasak to land delta report to lp:ubuntu-reports, Daviey to deploy16:02
jamespagerbasak, Daviey- hows that going?16:02
jamespagezul has willfully volunteered to review and document what is blocking server related saucy-proposed migration excuses, with joy.16:03
jamespageI think thats all sorted now right16:03
zulalmost apache2 again i think16:03
zulrbasak:  ^^^16:03
jamespageanyone actually here?16:04
jamespage#action rbasak to land delta report to lp:ubuntu-reports, Daviey to deploy16:04
meetingologyACTION: rbasak to land delta report to lp:ubuntu-reports, Daviey to deploy16:04
hallynmy bot is...16:04
jamespagecarried forward in their absence16:04
jamespage#topic Saucy Development16:04
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jamespage#link https://wiki.ubuntu.com/SaucySalamander/ReleaseSchedule16:05
jamespageDebian Import Freeze is on the 25th July - manual syncs after that point will be required16:05
jamespagealpha2 same week - we will be opting out again16:05
jamespagealso worth noting that 12.04.3 is just under a month away16:06
jamespagethe QA team now have some dkms auto-testing setup16:06
jamespageopenvswitch and iscsitarget are going to need some attention in the next two weeks.16:06
jamespage(as are lots more I guess)16:06
jamespagehallyn, hardware enablement kernels16:07
rbasakOops, sorry. ubuntu-reports is almost ready for an MP. apache2 is done. I'm preparing a merge with an upgrade path bug and SSL passphrase prompting fixed.16:07
jamespage12.04.3 will get rarings 3.8 kernel16:07
jamespagerbasak, marvellous!16:07
hallynjamespage: gotcha16:07
jamespage#subtopic Release Bugs16:07
jamespage#link http://reqorts.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/rls-mgr/rls-s-tracking-bug-tasks.html#server16:07
jamespageI still need to look at asm4 transitions16:08
jamespageand quantum service respawns16:08
* jamespage berates himself again16:09
yolandalua5.2 is pending from review16:09
hallynthere's a yucky memleak in libvirt i need to look into16:09
yolandarrdtool and rubyluabridge16:09
rbasakbug 1202653 should be targetted for Saucy. It's in hand though - I just want to fix SSL certificate prompting at the same time, write a dep8 test for that, and in any case proposed migration will be blocked as it's seeded in alpha-2 opt-in flavours.16:09
jamespagezul: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nova/+bug/119979116:09
ubottubug 1202653 in apache2 (Ubuntu) "apache2 2.4.4-6ubuntu4 failed to upgrade: Cannot load /usr/lib/apache2/modules/libphp5.so into server: undefined symbol: unixd_config" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/120265316:09
ubottuUbuntu bug 1199791 in nova (Ubuntu Saucy) "nova-compute-xcp misses nova-compute.conf" [High,Triaged]16:09
jamespagerbasak, done16:09
zulin progrress16:09
jamespagezul, great - thanks16:09
jamespagelooks like adam_g's cheetah fixup is almost done16:10
adam_gyup, should make its way out today16:11
jamespagerbasak, whats the latest on bug 1031680?16:12
ubottubug 1031680 in nagios-plugins (Ubuntu Raring) "check_apt always report 0 critical updates" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/103168016:12
jamespageand that covers release bugs....16:13
jamespage#subtopic Blueprints16:13
rbasakNo progress.16:13
jamespage#link http://status.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-s/group/topic-s-servercloud-overview.html16:13
jamespageuse of libv8 in the mongodb shell is causing some security concerns re supportability16:13
jamespagewhich is understandable16:13
jamespagelooking at a shell disabled variant of the package - but I suspect thats worse than useless16:14
jamespageso we might be inthe position where mongodb is not suitable for main inclusion16:14
jamespagejuju2 release going much smoother now16:14
jamespagetwo in the last week16:14
jamespage(one for OSCON)16:15
jamespagelocal provider has also landed if no-one noticed - works well (thanks thumper)16:15
jamespageroaksoax, https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/servercloud-s-openstack-charms-ha-v216:15
jamespagewhats happening with HA stack for saucy? I know we have had a few conversations?16:15
jamespagehttps://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/servercloud-s-ceph reappears16:16
jamespageutlemming, https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/servercloud-s-webscale16:16
jamespageutlemming, are you likely to have capacity to work on this blueprint this release? its already a carry over from raring16:16
jamespagezul: https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/servercloud-s-openstack-qa16:17
jamespageneeds some updates16:17
zuljamespage:  ack16:18
jamespagequite a few activities need to be worked on still this cycle there - might be work allocating out and postponing anything we know we won't get to this cycle16:18
jamespageadam_g, ^^16:18
hallyns/work/worth/ ?16:19
jamespagehallyn, yes16:19
roaksoaxjamespage: sorry i'm supper lagged16:19
jamespageroaksoax, ack16:19
jamespageroaksoax, wanna update now?16:19
* jamespage gives roaksoax a few to respond16:19
jamespagezul: https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/servercloud-s-openstack-havana16:20
jamespagelots of things actually done there I think16:20
jamespagegood point to catchup now that havana2 is landing everywhere16:20
zulill upate it today16:20
jamespagearosales, quite a few juju related ones with minimal progress - do you want to go through those now?16:21
jamespageadam_g, roaksoax and I have been working on the python redux of the openstack charms16:21
jamespagelooking quite good now - hopefully we should have a full set of initial versions this week16:22
adam_gim hoping to have all of the bash -> python rewrites ready for testing this week16:22
jamespageOK - anyone got any other BP related stuff they wanted to raise/query?16:23
yolandamine of server banners is stuck, working on other issues16:23
jamespageyolanda, is that just pending sponsorship or are you getting blocked?16:24
arosalesjamespage, sorry I was in another window16:24
yolandajamespage, i stopped working on that for a while, working on syncs and merges, and now in charms16:24
jamespageyolanda, OK16:24
jamespagearosales, juju blueprints?16:25
yolandai got some of them uploaded, bind9 is pending on review16:25
arosalesjamespage, a couple of the owners are at OSCON so I can take an action to review juju related ones this week16:25
arosales#action arosales to review Juju blueprints16:25
meetingologyACTION: arosales to review Juju blueprints16:25
jamespage#action arosales to review juju related blueprints with owners after OSCON16:25
meetingologyACTION: arosales to review juju related blueprints with owners after OSCON16:25
jamespageoh well - we will remember twice now!16:25
jamespagelets move on16:25
jamespage#topic Ubuntu Server Team Events16:25
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jamespagesomething called OSCON I think16:26
jamespageanyone going?16:26
hallyni'm guessing if they are, they are there already16:26
jamespageany other events folk want to raise now?16:26
arosalesm_3 and jcastro @ OSCON16:26
arosalesgiveing a Charm School talk as we chat here16:26
jamespageexcellent - hope its packed....16:27
jamespage#topic Weekly Updates & Questions for the QA Team (plars)16:27
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jamespageplars, floor is yours16:27
plarshi, a couple of bugs are affecting server testing at the moment16:27
plarsboth on the virtual host part16:27
plarshttps://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/1203694 and https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/linux/+bug/120321116:27
ubottuUbuntu bug 1203211 in linux (Ubuntu) "duplicate for #1203694 Modprobe doesn't recognize any parameters on 3.10.0-4" [Critical,Fix committed]16:28
ubottuUbuntu bug 1203211 in linux (Ubuntu) "Modprobe doesn't recognize any parameters on 3.10.0-4" [Critical,Fix committed]16:28
smbshould be fixed by -5 in proposed16:28
plarsbot seem to be well on their way though :)16:28
rbasakAIUI the release team are working on landing -5.16:28
plarssounds good16:28
plarsthat's it from me16:28
jamespagethanks plars16:28
jamespageanyone got anything else qa related while we are here? matsubara maybe?16:28
matsubaranot really16:29
jamespage#topic Weekly Updates & Questions for the Kernel Team (smb)16:29
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smbThere seem also to be some problem with qemu and vmvga crashing the host which apw is working on.16:29
smbThe bug number slipped my brain though16:30
smbbug 120400516:30
ubottubug 1204005 in linux (Ubuntu) "[saucy] kvm host hangs of guest boot with 3.10.0-5" [Critical,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/120400516:30
smbApart from that I cannot think of anything hot right now (exccept the weather)16:31
smbAre there questions?16:31
jamespagesmb, thanks16:31
jamespagesound like a no for questions...16:31
jamespage#topic Weekly Updates & Questions regarding Ubuntu ARM Server (rbasak)16:31
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rbasakNothing new to report. Any questions for me?16:32
jamespagenot from me16:32
jamespageanyone else?16:32
jamespage#topic Open Discussion16:33
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jamespageanything anyone wants to raise?16:33
arosalesUDS fastly approaching16:33
jamespagediscuss or otherwise argue about?16:33
zulyeah i raised this16:33
roaksoaxjamespage: basically, I'm currently updating the cluster stack, which means the removal of 'redhat-cluster' from the archives. All cluster will be based on pacemaker+corosync2.0, gfs2 + dlm (a new package that needs to be uploaded)16:33
roaksoaxfor distributed storage16:33
jamespageroaksoax, man - that is some lag - thanks for the update16:33
ubottuUbuntu bug 1203766 in quantum (Ubuntu) "Please remove from Ubuntu Archive" [Undecided,New]16:34
roaksoaxand all packages that used to depend on redhat-cluster related dependencies need to be update16:34
arosalesah sorry for the dup zul16:34
jamespagegood point about UDS _ only a month away16:34
jamespagegood point to recheck on progress for saucy so far16:34
zulthat should be interesting16:34
jamespagejust to be clear - quantum is now called neutron if anyone missed that16:35
jamespageits not another new core project in openstack16:35
jamespage#topic Announce next meeting date and time16:35
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jamespageTuesday 30th July - 1600 GMT16:36
jamespagesee you then16:36
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meetingologyMeeting ended Tue Jul 23 16:36:25 2013 UTC.16:36
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jamespagethanks folks!16:36
arosalesjamespage, thanks for chairing16:51
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jsalisbury[TOPIC] Milestone Targeted Work Items (ogasawara)17:01
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ogasawara[LINK] https://launchpad.net/~canonical-kernel-distro-team/+upcomingwork17:01
ogasawara[LINK] http://status.ubuntu.com/ubuntu-s/canonical-kernel-distro-team.html17:01
ogasawara|| apw       || foundations-1305-arm64-bringup || 1 work item  ||17:01
ogasawara|| ppisati   || foundations-1305-kernel        || 1 work item  ||17:01
ogasawara|| smb       || servercloud-s-virtstack        || 3 work items ||17:01
jsalisbury[TOPIC] Status: Saucy Development Kernel (ogasawara)17:02
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ogasawaraWe have recently uploaded a new 3.10.0-5.14 Saucy kernel to the archive.17:02
ogasawaraThis includes the v3.10.2 upstream stable patch set, as well as a fix17:02
ogasawarafor a regression which was causing graphics failures on boot.  We have17:02
ogasawaraalso rebased our unstable branch to begin tracking v3.11-rc2.17:02
ogasawaraI also want to again point out that the 12.04.3 point release is17:02
ogasawaraapproaching on Thurs Aug 22.  Any kernel patches needing to land in the17:02
ogasawara12.04.3 point release need to be applied to our Raring kernel tree on17:02
ogasawaraor before Mon July 29 in order to hit the SRU cadence before the point17:02
ogasawararelease.  Please get any patches submitted to the mailing list for17:02
ogasawaraproper review as soon as possible.17:02
ogasawaraImportant upcoming dates:17:02
ogasawaraThurs July 25 - Alpha 2 (opt in, 2 days)17:02
ogasawaraThurs Aug 22 - 12.04.3 (~4 weeks)17:02
jsalisbury[TOPIC] Status: CVE's (bjf)17:02
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bjfThe current CVE status can be reviewed at the following link:17:02
bjf  * http://people.canonical.com/~kernel/cve/pkg/ALL-linux.html17:02
jsalisbury[TOPIC] Status: Stable, Security, and Bugfix Kernel Updates - Raring/Quantal/Precise/Lucid (bjf/henrix/sconklin)17:03
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bjfStatus for the main kernels, until today (July 23):17:03
bjf  *   Lucid - Regression testing17:03
bjf  * Precise - Regression testing17:03
bjf  * Quantal - Regression testing17:03
bjf  * Raring  - Regression testing17:03
bjfCurrent opened tracking bugs details:17:03
bjf  * http://people.canonical.com/~kernel/reports/kernel-sru-workflow.html17:03
bjfFor SRUs, SRU report is a good source of information:17:03
bjf  * http://people.canonical.com/~kernel/reports/sru-report.html17:03
jsalisbury[TOPIC] Open Discussion or Questions? Raise your hand to be recognized (o/)17:03
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jsalisburykamal, go17:03
kamalfolks playing with 3.11-rc2 should be aware that acpi backlight is borked for many systems...  a revert of the offending commits is planned in advance of 3.11-rc3.17:03
jsalisburykamal, thanks for the heads up.17:04
jsalisburyThe next two meetings will be canceled due to the kernel team sprint.  The next meeting will be August 13th, 2013.17:04
jsalisburyThanks everyone17:05
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meetingologyMeeting ended Tue Jul 23 17:05:32 2013 UTC.17:05
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kamalthanks jsalisbury17:05
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