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meetingologyMeeting started Thu Dec  3 16:01:09 2015 UTC.  The chair is slangasek. Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/meetingology.16:01
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slangasek[TOPIC] Lightning round16:01
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slangasek$ echo $(shuf -e barry doko bdmurray slangasek caribou infinity sil2100 robru cyphermox pitti tdaitx xnox chiluk)16:03
slangasekbarry infinity sil2100 doko cyphermox tdaitx pitti xnox robru slangasek caribou chiluk bdmurray16:03
barry_short week due to usa holiday16:03
barry_LP: #1519890; LP: #1520568; python issue 25698 (mysterious cpickle test regressions); debian bug #806824; debian bug #806826 and LP: #1518150; pyyaml 3.11-3; pip 7.1.2 (unsuccessfully unfutzing git repo & gbp issues); returning to dirtbike (rewheel)16:03
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1519890 in xapian1.3-core (Ubuntu) "[MIR] xapian1.3-core" [Undecided,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/151989016:03
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1520568 in nss (Ubuntu) "All queries fails when 'google' is used: ERR_SSL_PROTOCOL_ERROR" [Critical,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/152056816:03
ubottuDebian bug 806824 in src:libpeas "libpeas: Split Python 2 and 3 support" [Wishlist,Open] http://bugs.debian.org/80682416:03
ubottuDebian bug 806826 in src:pyyaml "pyyaml does not support literals in unicode over codepoint 0xffff" [Normal,Fixed] http://bugs.debian.org/80682616:03
sil2100No infinity today16:04
sil2100- Landing team work, silo coordination, preparing landing e-mails16:04
sil2100- RTM Status meetings16:04
sil2100- system-image:16:04
sil2100  * Work on the testability branches, making tag-image and copy-image testable16:04
sil2100  * Initial work on default-phased-percentage per channel16:04
sil2100- +1-maintenance:16:04
sil2100  * Publishing the network-manager-applet 1.0.6 merge (with a tiny whoops)16:04
sil2100  * Publishing the network-manager-pptp 1.0.6 merge16:04
sil2100  * Preparing merge for n-m-a 1.0.816:04
sil2100- Review of OTA-8.5 hotfix bugs16:04
sil2100- Discussions about auto-download of puritine in ubuntu-pd16:04
sil2100- Improving the safe-copy-image wrapper to do more extensive checks16:04
sil2100- Promoting a devel-proposed image to devel16:04
slangasekdoko: hi there16:05
doko- updated GCC 5 fsf and linaro packages16:05
doko- evaluated linaro test builds16:05
doko- build cross compiler defaults from gcc-defaults, get rid off all gcc-defaults-cross-* sources16:05
doko- bug forwarding for binutils and GCC16:05
doko- still investigating python2.7 test failures16:05
doko- llvm-toolchain-snapshot build now on all archs16:05
doko- some merges16:05
cyphermox - ubiquity still waiting for review:16:05
cyphermox   - https://pad.lv/c/~mathieu-tl/ubiquity/disable-verification/+merge/27866816:05
cyphermox - network-manager (1.0.4-0ubuntu5.2): fixes for IPv6 MTU flap16:05
cyphermox - many d-i merges:16:06
cyphermox   - netcfg, user-setup, apt-setup, installation-report, preseed, rootskel16:06
cyphermox   - partman-auto-raid, partman-iscsi, partman-btrfs16:06
cyphermox   - ... and more still on the list.16:06
cyphermox - in progress merges:16:06
cyphermox   - tasksel, kbd16:06
cyphermox - lots of d-i installs for smoke testing16:06
cyphermox - grub2: more TFTP timeout cherry-picks for bug LP: #152161216:06
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1521612 in grub2 (Ubuntu) "Continued TFTP timeouts when PXE booting via grub" [High,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/152161216:06
xnox\o/ amazing16:06
slangasekxnox: can you help out with reviewing that ubiquity MP cyphermox has waiting?16:06
xnoxslangasek, yes.16:07
tdaitxlet me go last, still writing down the stuff from last week16:07
cyphermoxto go with the d-i component merges there may be some conversion from bzr to git in my future.16:07
slangasekxnox: ta16:07
slangasektdaitx: check16:07
pitti - Automate daily maintenance for cleaning up behind cloud trouble16:07
pitti - Disable apt pinning for PPA requests (#1520505)16:07
pitti - Fix missing restricted/multiverse apt sources in precise images (fallout from cloud-init SRU)16:07
pitti - Generate http://autopkgtest.ubuntu.com/testlist.shtml16:07
pitti - Rework charm configs and multiple cloud config handling, so that we are back to fully automatic deployment and keeping all configs in git (this had become too hackish and hand-customized over time)16:07
pitti - In progress: test LXD in scalingstack on arm64, figure out some config issues, firewall troubles (RT pending), LP #152202616:07
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1522026 in Auto Package Testing "armhf lxd container does not start on arm64 system" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/152202616:07
pitti - make it possible to run britney in a local setup against a PPA (for CI train)16:07
pitti - rework britney code and data structures to be simpler and more robust, making the code much easier to understand and fixing some bugs16:07
pittiMerges: grabbed a few old ones from other people: cdebconf, check, debhelper, docbook-dsssl, gegl, gnupg, pptpd16:07
pitti - fix dkms crash in apport hook (#1303275), fix FTBFS of goplay16:07
pitti - some sponsoring (gnome-desktop3, rsyslog, etc.)16:07
pitti - systemd: Add autopkgtest for handling cryptsetup LUKS devices16:07
pitti - in progress: Discuss moving ISO and upgrade testing from s-jenkins to Jenkaas16:07
xnoxxenial bootstrap archive was almost completed, got pushed to <<100 failures16:07
xnoxa bunch of people put all of that into launchpad, hence the builds are running there as of today. amazing work all of them.16:07
xnoxresolving in-launchpad FTBFS now16:07
xnoxspent a day in bluefin catching up with people, and CPC team16:07
xnoxFiled MIR requests: https://bugs.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-mir/+subscribedbugs?field.tag=s390x16:07
xnoxnext up: d-i & iso priority.16:08
slangasekrobru: next!16:08
cyphermoxxnox: what do you mean by d-i and iso priority?16:08
xnoxcyphermox, getting them built and working for s390x. neither of those two tasks are done, and there is a 16th of december deadline for those.16:09
cyphermoxalright. just making sure again that we don't step on each others' toes16:09
xnoxwe shouldn't....16:10
slangasek * short week, Thanksgiving and was off on Monday16:11
slangasek * merges16:11
slangasek * s390x bootstrapping16:11
slangasek * UEFI 2.5 discussions16:11
slangasek * discussions around ZFS support on Ubuntu16:11
slangasek * looking at a race condition in the cryptsetup initramfs script (LP: #1481536)16:11
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1481536 in cryptsetup (Ubuntu) ""cryptsetup: unknown fstype, bad password or options?" error unlocking / decrypting LUKS volume at boot" [High,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/148153616:11
* doko sees the first s390x builder online ...16:11
caribou- Icehouse failed migration16:11
caribou- LP: #1318111 - repetitive crashkernel16:11
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1318111 in kexec-tools (Ubuntu) "Adds more and more copies of ‘crashkernel=384M-:128M’ in /etc/default/grub when upgrading or reinstalling grub-pc" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/131811116:11
caribou- LP: #1496317 - kdump OOM killer failure16:11
caribou- Nut merge16:11
caribou- Rsyslog merge16:11
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1496317 in kexec-tools (Ubuntu Wily) "kexec fails with OOM killer with the current crashkernel=128 value" [High,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/149631716:12
caribouKnowledge Brief review & redaction16:12
caribou☑ Done16:12
xnoxdoko, it did do 4k builds already. they are cloning that builder at the moment to get more going.16:12
slangasekxnox: 4k?  https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/xenial/+builds?build_text=&build_state=built&arch_tag=s390x shows only 154 successful builds16:12
chilukWorking on 1432871 coreutils ftbfs - Turns out the testcase needed to be updated.  None of the testcases were being run prior because df would fail to read the mount table, and thus were auto-skipped.  The root issue appears to still exist upstream.  debdiff that fixes the failing testcase is waiting in 1432871 for upload and SRU approval.16:12
chilukhttp://pad.lv/1347788 - Fix exists on unstable branch.  May consider moving xenial tun unstable find-utils like fedora, centos, and suse.16:12
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1347788 in findutils (Ubuntu Xenial) "find crashed when current working directory is not readable and -exec or -execdir used" [Low,Confirmed]16:13
bdmurrayworking on a mojo spec for the error tracker16:13
bdmurrayresearched and gave stub info about how to rebuild bucketversionscount16:13
bdmurrayuploaded apport to xenial resolving issue parsing dpkgterminallog with python216:13
bdmurrayverified the fixes for LP: #1463680 and LP: #1511783 are good16:13
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1463680 in ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu) "mirrors only added to mirrors.cfg, never removed" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/146368016:13
bdmurrayfor phased updates overrode some nautilus, xorg-server regressions16:13
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1511783 in ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu) "release upgrader can create a too minimal sources.list" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/151178316:13
bdmurrayT, W SRU of bug fix for python-apt bug 150397916:13
bdmurrayemailed jibel about how to get data out of errors.u.c using API16:13
bdmurrayupdated merge-o-matic to check if there is a new package version in -proposed (LP: #1518113)16:13
ubottubug 1503979 in python-apt (Ubuntu Wily) "ubuntu-support-status throws exeption No date tag found (regression)" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/150397916:13
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1518113 in Merge-o-Matic "Please show -proposed package version information on merges.u.c" [Medium,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/151811316:13
bdmurraymerged cyphermox, slangasek changes to merges.ubuntu.com16:13
xnoxslangasek, yes. launchpad is weird it was giving me out of 4k builds until i force refresh things. oh well =) wishful thinking. and probably stale yui js.16:13
bdmurrayadded subscribe to package code to ubuntu-qa-tools16:13
bdmurraysubscribed foundations-bugs to a bunch of s390 packages16:13
bdmurraySRU review of glib2.0 for seb12816:13
bdmurraycreated google code in task for launchpad-gm-scripts16:13
bdmurray✔ done16:13
xnoxyeah, 4k would be too many, that would be main done.16:14
tdaitxShort week: on vacation from Nov 26 to Dec 0216:14
tdaitxUpdates from Nov 19 to Nov 25:16:14
tdaitx - Provided OpenJDK 6b37 1.13.9 packages for the security team (new update for Wily and backports for Vivid, Trusty, and Precise)16:14
tdaitx- Follow up on OpenJDK 7u91 2.6.3 updates to the security team16:14
tdaitx- OpenJDK bug triage and fixes16:14
tdaitx- Upstreamed LP: #151874116:14
ubottuLaunchpad bug 1518741 in openjdk-7 (Ubuntu) "A pkg-config file is need for OpenJDK distributions" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/151874116:14
tdaitx- Need help from someone who knows pkgconfig better than I do on LP: #151874116:14
tdaitx- Gone through lots of emails since I was back yesterday afternoon/evening16:14
slangasekrobru: around?16:15
tdaitxops, back copy&paste: upstreamed LP: #93227416:15
ubottuLaunchpad bug 932274 in Iced Tea "Regression: Unreadable menu bar with Ambiance theme in Java/Swing GTK L&F" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/93227416:15
slangasekany questions over status?16:16
slangasek[TOPIC] AOB16:20
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slangasekpitti, xnox: could we sync quickly regarding autopkgtest on s390x?16:20
pittiwe did in a PM, but sure, let's repeat here16:21
slangasek(here, or after meeting)16:21
pittiso my "minimal must have" requirements are:16:21
pitti - deboostrap works16:21
slangasekpitti: we haven't all three of us synced in a PM ;)16:21
pitti - LXC works16:21
pitti - I get at least 15 CPUs and 30 GB of RAM to have enough capacity to keep up16:21
pitti(preferably distributed over two VM instances, or perhaps 416:21
pittithere's a longer list of things which make this nicer (boot loader for vmdeboostrap and QEMU, cloud images,  scalingstack etc.), but that's not critical16:22
xnoxslangasek, once debootstrap works and lxc works, and like i can run one autopkgtest successfully the request will be to get machine(s) access to pitti to hook the rest of things up.16:22
slangasekpitti: so one thing I heard said earlier was that we maybe didn't want to turn on autopkgtest gating for s390x until more is built because otherwise things will fail due to dependencies16:23
slangasekand I disagree with that16:23
pittiwhy wouldn't we do that?16:23
pittiwe only hold back on regressions, not on failures16:23
pittiand we now track regression vs. alwaysfail per-arch16:23
pittiwhy wouldn't we enable normal gating, I mean16:23
xnoxslangasek, i never said anything about disabling gating...16:23
slangasekI think we should turn on gating sooner rather than later16:23
slangasekxnox: ok, that's what I heard, so I wanted to be clear :)16:24
pittiso even if all tests fail initially, that just won't catch regressions, but not hold anything back16:24
xnoxslangasek, in that case - when can we have autopkgtest machines provisioned? =)16:24
xnoxand shall those just be clones of buildds ?! =)16:24
slangasekxnox: I don't know; we need to talk to kip/tinoco/cpaezler16:24
xnox(well, autopkgtest need different network and firewall, so assume it's not the same as lp-buildds)16:25
slangasekthe buildds aren't done with the same VM config we requested for autopkgtest16:25
xnoxslangasek, and by we you mean I, or You? =)16:25
slangasekxnox: yes16:25
slangasekassuming there are no hang-ups on the VM provisioning side, I think we should be aiming to have autopkgtest enabled for s390x by early next week16:26
slangaseksince a lot of packages are getting built right now, and this may be our one chance to *get* a baseline for their test results in xenial16:26
slangasekunless pitti has another idea about how to get baseline results en masse, after the packages have already built+migrated to xenial?16:27
xnoxi assume we can retrigger testing of all -release pocket on s390x.16:27
pittislangasek: we can trigger the tests against -release too16:27
xnoxand if they pass, that will become the baseline.16:28
pittibritney won't do it for us of course, but it's easy enough to come up with a list of run-autopkgtest commands to do it16:28
slangasekthen that's probably a good idea to do, and then we don't have to worry so much about the timing of the autopkgtest bring-up16:28
slangasekI still want us to get that ASAP however :)16:28
pittii. e. we grab s390x Packages.gz, and issue a request for all packages that we built16:28
slangasek[ACTION] slangasek and xnox to pursue s390x VMs for autopkgtesting before next week16:29
meetingologyACTION: slangasek and xnox to pursue s390x VMs for autopkgtesting before next week16:29
slangasekxnox: and nice work getting s390x going16:30
xnoxthank you, there is a lot of stuff to fix still.16:31
slangasekI'd congratulate infinity too but I'm glad he's elsewhere :)16:31
slangasekanything else?16:31
xnoxwell him, colin and william did the black magic of bring up first buildd and that was dandy.16:32
dokoheh, its disabled now16:32
slangasekthe builder? it's torn down for cloning16:33
dokobut I like the build times, some under 1min16:33
slangasekthey'll be making 28 of them shortly16:33
slangasekprobably the easiest new arch bring-up ever, at least once the hardware is in place ;)16:34
pittiand it seems we've got plenty this time16:35
pittiI still remember the scarcity of arm back then16:35
cyphermoxdoesn't take much mainframe to split up into chunks that are useful16:35
slangasekyes, there's generally no shortage of server-grade zSeries hardware16:35
slangasekobviously what we should do is move all of prodstack onto the z1316:36
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meetingologyMeeting ended Thu Dec  3 16:37:43 2015 UTC.16:37
meetingologyMinutes:        http://ubottu.com/meetingology/logs/ubuntu-meeting/2015/ubuntu-meeting.2015-12-03-16.01.moin.txt16:37
slangasekthanks all!16:37
pittithanks everyone16:37
meetingologyMeeting started Thu Dec  3 17:01:52 2015 UTC.  The chair is dholbach. Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/meetingology.17:01
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dholbachhello hello :)17:01
dholbach#chair sgclark czajkowski marcoceppi mhall119 hggdh17:02
meetingologyCurrent chairs: czajkowski dholbach hggdh marcoceppi mhall119 sgclark17:02
dholbachWelcome to the first meeting of the new Community Council :-)17:02
sgclarkHello everyone, newb council member at your service.17:03
dholbachit looks like belkinsa and sabdfl are not around, but we have quite some good attendance already :)17:03
dholbachThere were two organisation bits I wanted to bring up: updating the CC Agenda page with the catchups of this cycle and looking at the restaffings which happen this cycle17:04
dholbachdo we have any other bits we want to go through before that?17:04
dholbachshould we maybe do some introductions of us? :)17:04
mhall119+1 for introductions17:04
dholbachlet's do that then :)17:05
dholbach#topic Introductions17:05
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dholbachWho wants to go first?17:05
sgclarksure I will17:05
sgclarkHi, My name is Scarlett Clark. I am a developer for Kubuntu and KDE. I have been contibuting to (k)ubuntu family for a few years. This is my first run at the communitly political side of things. Bear with me as I find my way around things. Feel free to ask me any questions.17:07
sgclarkand my typing is horrid. sorry for that.17:07
* sgclark fears the silence17:08
* marcoceppi finishes typing17:09
marcoceppiHello, I'm Marco Ceppi. I'm a moderator on Ask Ubuntu and have been in the Ubuntu community for a quite few years now as wella s a long time Ubuntu user. While I mostly interact with users of Ubuntu Cloud and Server, I look forward to helping with the governece. I also serve on the Ubuntu Membership Board and work as an Engineering Manager at Canonical on the Juju Charm Community team17:09
sgclarkoohh juju, my new best friend17:09
mhall119heh :)17:10
mhall119I'm Michael Hall, a returning member of the Community Council, I am also a community manager at Canonical and long-time community contributor17:10
dholbachHello, I'm Daniel Holbach, also returning member of the CC. I've been part of Ubuntu for a long while and always liked to work with the different developer communities - right now I'm looking at Snappy Ubuntu Core a lot, I'm with mhall119 on the Community team.17:11
dholbachczajkowski? :)17:12
dholbachWe'll introduce belkinsa and sabdfl the next time. ;-)17:13
mhall119sabdfl probably doesn't need it :)17:13
sgclarkprobably not lol17:13
marcoceppicool, welcome everyone o/17:16
dholbachok... it looks like czajkowski is in a conflicting meeting right now... we can maybe get her intro later on :)17:16
dholbachyes, welcome everyone... I'm looking forward to working together with you :)17:16
mhall119I'd one again like to thank all of our new and returning members for taking on this responsibility17:17
sgclarkwelcome everyone, ditto17:17
mhall119dholbach: shall we start with the CC agenda schedule?17:18
dholbachyep, let's17:18
dholbach#topic Updating the CC agenda schedule17:18
=== meetingology changed the topic of #ubuntu-meeting to: Updating the CC agenda schedule
dholbachso I just copied the old CC agenda to http://pad.ubuntu.com/dQDBNCfRIY17:18
dholbachbasically what we did in the last 2-3 years(?) was to invite other teams/councils/governance bodies into our CC meetings to have a brief catchup and get up to date on what's happening in other communities and offer help where we can17:19
dholbachwe could review the list of teams and see everyone's represented17:19
dholbachin the meantime I could add dates, always alternating between 1st and 3rd Thu of the month17:20
sgclarkhmm I cant seem to access that17:20
dholbachsgclark, can you try to join https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-etherpad?17:22
dholbachalthough... as an Ubuntu member you should be part of it already17:22
dholbachyes: https://launchpad.net/~sgclark/+participation17:22
sgclarkok works in chrome, my firefox is grumpy this morning17:23
dholbachoh ok17:23
mhall119dholbach: Having apps/phone folks on was nice, should we do the same with cloud/juju? marcoceppi thoughts?17:23
dholbachah, nice idea17:24
marcoceppiSo, these dates align with this meeting, so we'd simply be inviting these teams to join/status update?17:24
dholbachI also seem to remember that "Ubuntu Governance" was something we planned to do, but didn't quite follow up on17:24
dholbachmarcoceppi, yes17:25
marcoceppiHaving a Server/Cloud would be a good idea mhall119 dholbach17:25
dholbachcool, added them17:26
dholbachmhall119, czajkowski: do you remember what we wanted to do with "Ubuntu Governance"?17:26
mhall119dholbach: I think that was catching up with the sub-councils17:27
dholbachwas this supposed to be a hangout? or a meeting where we invite all boards/councils or something completely different?17:27
mhall119all together to discuss the overall community governance17:27
dholbachok... I guess can do that17:27
dholbachcool... if that's it, I would doublecheck that the meetings don't collide with popular holidays or sprints/events, then we could reach out to the teams17:29
dholbach#action dholbach to check the list of dates on http://pad.ubuntu.com/dQDBNCfRIY for conflicts17:30
meetingologyACTION: dholbach to check the list of dates on http://pad.ubuntu.com/dQDBNCfRIY for conflicts17:30
mhall119no obvious holidays that I know of17:30
mhall119dholbach: I can send out invite emails to all of them once you've double checked the dates17:31
dholbachshall we have a look at the teams which need restaffing next year?17:31
mhall119ifyou want to give me an action for that17:31
sgclarklooks ok to me17:31
dholbachmhall119, awesome - thanks!17:31
dholbach#action mhall119 to invite teams after we checked dates for collisions17:31
meetingologyACTION: mhall119 to invite teams after we checked dates for collisions17:31
dholbach#topic Restaffing teams in 201617:32
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dholbachmaybe we can take a look look at the teams in https://launchpad.net/~ubuntu-council-teams/+members and see which need restaffing in 2016 and make a list17:32
mhall119so I know that the LoCo Council needs to be concluded, they have nominees already we just need to go through them17:33
dholbachmaybe we just put them all in a pad17:33
dholbachok, adding LoCo Council17:33
mhall119Kubuntu Council just recently restaffed, I think everybody there is good for another year17:34
sgclarkkubuntu council is set for at least 1 year17:34
dholbachsgclark, looking at https://launchpad.net/~kubuntu-council/+members#active - could it be that some of the folks need their expiry date updated?17:36
dholbachsgclark, it was a election of the full Kubuntu Council, right?17:36
mhall119it looks like three IRCC seats expire next month17:38
sgclarkit was an election of replacements of those we lost17:38
dholbachsgclark, ok, thanks17:38
dholbachhttp://pad.ubuntu.com/9sK41pmNjL updated17:39
dholbachit looks like some busy next 2 months :-)17:39
mhall119yes indeed17:40
dholbachI'm happy to mail all the teams with instructions and dates, so we can get the processes started.17:40
mhall119IRC and Forums we should open up for nominations soon17:40
mhall119what's the process for restaffing the TB?17:40
mhall119are we involved in that at all?17:40
dholbach~ubuntu-dev members can vote17:41
hggdhI don think so, the TB has different rules17:41
mhall119that's what I thought too, but we can help spread the call for nominations17:41
dholbachwe at least list them here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommunityCouncil/Restaffing17:41
dholbachthey won't mind a reminder from us :)17:42
dholbachall right... I'll send a couple of mails :)17:43
dholbach#action dholbach to mail teams about upcoming restaffings17:43
meetingologyACTION: dholbach to mail teams about upcoming restaffings17:43
dholbachdo we have any other subjects we want to discuss?17:44
dholbachat some stage I think it'd be good to talk about team reports... I know I've been doing an awful job of updating https://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommunityCouncil/TeamReports17:45
dholbachpleia2 took care of them quite often17:45
dholbachI wonder if other teams are still using them or if we check them for things like the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter17:45
mhall119honestly I haven't heard anybody talking about team reports in a long time17:46
dholbachyeah, I know17:46
hggdhperhaps this is a good question to ask the teams17:46
dholbachhggdh, you mean during the catchup with the team?17:47
hggdhyes, this would be the prefect moment, I think17:47
dholbachyep, I agree17:47
dholbachmaybe we can also discuss it on the ubuntu-community-team@ list to see how people feel about it17:47
dholbachand maybe we can even give them a bit more visibility and make them more useful again17:47
hggdhdholbach: indeed it would geve a broader visibility17:48
mhall119+1 for discussing in the ML, since team reports are the responsibility of more than just the leaders of the teams we'll be meeting with17:48
sgclarkI did not even know about them, so that sounds good, visibility..17:48
dholbachdoes anyone want to start the discussion on the mailing list?17:48
dholbachdoes anyone want to update our team reports page with a link to the meeting log and everything? :)17:49
sgclarksince I dn't know anything about them, I have to decline :(17:49
dholbachfair enough :)17:49
dholbachno worries... I can mail the list - it should be quick to do17:49
dholbach#action dholbach to start a conversation on the list about team reports17:50
meetingologyACTION: dholbach to start a conversation on the list about team reports17:50
sgclarkabout updating our team reports page, I guess that would be a good place for me to start learning about them, ? trying to do ours? lol17:50
dholbachsounds good... I was very close to agreeing to do it, but I can't seem to log into the wiki :)17:51
sgclarkwell I would like to be useful, seems that is a good place to start.17:51
dholbach#action sgclark to update the team report for this meeting17:51
meetingologyACTION: sgclark to update the team report for this meeting17:51
dholbachthanks a lot sgclark17:51
dholbachlet me know if I can help17:52
dholbach#topic Any other business17:52
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sgclarkwill do17:52
dholbachdoes anyone have anything else to discuss?17:52
hggdhnot right now from me, still learning the ropes17:52
sgclarkyeah, is there a place hidden on the web that outlines our full responsibilities?17:53
dholbachyeah... this was our get-the-cycle-started meeting, which is a bit different from the others :)17:53
dholbachhttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/CommunityCouncil and the pages linked from there is what I can think of17:53
dholbachlet me see if there's more on community.u.c17:53
* balloons pokes his head in just to say hello and welcome to all the new CC members!17:54
sgclarkread that, not really clear on my role yet though hah.17:54
dholbachthere are some bits on http://community.ubuntu.com/community-structure/ and http://community.ubuntu.com/community-structure/governance/ but not too much17:54
marcoceppiI assumed we all wore robes and lorded around, ruling with an iron fist ;)17:55
sgclarkahh that looks useful thanks17:55
dholbachmhall119 and czajkowski can correct me if I'm wrong, but to me the largest part of the responsibilities on the CC was "being there for others" - when other teams had issues and needed help, either for a resolution or getting to know somebody who could help, that's what the CC did a lot17:55
marcoceppidholbach: that's how I've always viewed the team17:56
balloonsand hugs!17:56
dholbachmarcoceppi, I'd like to see a picture of you with a robe and your iron fist before I post mine...17:56
dholbachballoons, right :-)17:56
hggdhballoons: hugs are always good :-)17:56
* dholbach hugs you all17:56
mhall119dholbach: it's become that by virtue of the fact that most other responsibilities have been delegates to those others17:56
* hggdh gives out a collective hug17:56
sgclarkI can do hugs. my specialty17:56
dholbachwhat a great start of the new CC :-)17:57
mhall119I would like to see the CC become more pro-active in some areas though17:57
mhall119particularly in growing Membership and LoCo team activities17:57
sgclarkyes +1 mhall11917:58
mhall119I'll bring that up more in our hangout next week though :)17:58
sgclarkthe community is not quite as healthy as it once was, I would like to attempt to address that.17:58
dholbachshall we start separate discussions about that? we could use the ubuntu-community-team list ... or brainstorm in a hangout first, yes, sounds good17:58
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sgclarkbrainstorm first17:58
mhall119let's do a hangout first, to get a feel for what we all want to do with our roles in the CC17:59
hggdhsgclark: ys, we cannot try to address whar we do not understand17:59
dholbachall right... I'll have to run in a bit - the family is in town and it's dinner time :)17:59
* hggdh is going thru a real bad keybor experience tody17:59
mhall119any topics from anybody outside the CC?17:59
marcoceppialso, there'a another meeting starting in 1 min here17:59
sgclarkI have a bad keyboard experience everyday!18:00
dholbachok... let's wrap it then18:00
dholbachthanks a lot everyone!18:00
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meetingologyMeeting ended Thu Dec  3 18:00:16 2015 UTC.18:00
meetingologyMinutes:        http://ubottu.com/meetingology/logs/ubuntu-meeting/2015/ubuntu-meeting.2015-12-03-17.01.moin.txt18:00
sgclarkthanks all18:00
mhall119thanks everyone18:00
hggdhdholbach: thank you. As always, in your debt18:00
dholbachbig hugs! :)18:00
sturmflutGood evening!19:57
Kiloshi sturmflut19:59
Kiloshi fo0bar19:59
sturmflutKilos: Thanks again for pointing out the broken link in the candidate table19:59
Kilosnp lad19:59
toddyhi und halllo sturmflut20:00
Kilosits a pain to try sort during the meeting20:00
Na3iLHey @All :)20:00
Kiloshi Na3iL20:00
toddyhi Na3iL20:00
sturmfluttoddy: \o/20:00
toddynic to see you here, sturmflut :)20:01
toddyHello fo0bar20:01
fo0barhi toddy20:01
toddyund hello elacheche_anis + marcoceppi + Kilos20:01
Kiloshi toddy20:01
sturmfluttoddy: Yeah, was off IRC for quite a while. Too much work and no bouncer :/ but now everything is back to normal again20:02
toddyhello popey20:02
Kilosevening popey20:02
toddythats sound good, sturmflut20:02
elacheche_anisHey guys! So Na3iL fo0bar sturmflut you're here :) Great.. We start our meeting?20:02
toddywe need you for the newx ubucon :)20:02
elacheche_anis#startmeeting 20 UTC Membership Board Meeting20:03
meetingologyMeeting started Thu Dec  3 20:03:27 2015 UTC.  The chair is elacheche_anis. Information about MeetBot at http://wiki.ubuntu.com/meetingology.20:03
meetingologyAvailable commands: action commands idea info link nick20:03
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jcastrosorry I was in the wrong channel20:03
elacheche_anisHello and welcome to the Membership Board meeting!20:03
elacheche_anisThe wiki page for the Review Board is available here https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Membership/Boards. We will attempt to get through all of the applicants that have added themselves to that list before today's meeting.20:03
elacheche_anisIf we are unable to make it through the entire list due to time constraints, then at the next meeting we will pick up where we left off. The format for the meeting is as follows: We will go through the list of applicants one by one, by date of application (FIFO).20:03
elacheche_anisEach applicant should introduce themselves (1-5 sentences) and provide links to their Ubuntu Wiki page. After the introduction the members of the Membership Review Board will review the pages and, if needed, ask the applicant further questions.20:03
elacheche_anisDuring this time it is encouraged for other members of the community to show their support for the applicant. Do not be alarmed if the members of the Membership Review Board are quiet during this time; they are most likely reading wiki/launchpad/forum/other pages and deciding how they are going to vote.20:03
Kiloshi jcastro20:03
elacheche_anisYou're not late jcastro :)20:03
elacheche_anisNa3iL, please introduce yourself to the board, and share a link to your LP and wiki20:04
elacheche_anis#topic Na3iL20:04
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elacheche_anisNa3iL, please introduce yourself to the board, and share a link to your LP and wiki20:04
Na3iLHey @All :) my name is Naeîl Zoueidi aka Na3iL. I am 23 years old, live in Gafsa a city in the South of TUNISIA, and I am student in a IT institute.20:04
Na3iLMy LP account is https://launchpad.net/~naeilzoueidi & my WiKi page is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Na3iL20:04
Na3iLI started using Linux by the time of January 2008 & I've mandrake to Ubuntu since April 200820:05
elacheche_anis#voters Kilos elacheche_anis toddy ahoneybun wxl cwayne popey hggdh jcastro marcoceppi20:05
meetingologyWarning: Nick not in channel: cwayne20:05
meetingologyCurrent voters: Kilos ahoneybun cwayne elacheche_anis hggdh jcastro marcoceppi popey toddy wxl20:05
elacheche_anis#votesrequired 420:06
meetingologyvotes now need 4 to be passed20:06
toddyDo you have any pictures from the events which you have organized, Na3iL?20:07
elacheche_anisAny questions for Na3iL ? Any supporters here?20:07
popeyNice testimonials.20:07
* elacheche_anis Is supporting Na3iL as a Ubuntu-tn Member20:07
Na3iLtoddy, Yep they are up in G+ for ubuntu-tn LoCo team, I am going to organize them ASAP..20:07
* Kilos supporting as an ubuntu-africa member20:08
marcoceppiawesome, it'd be great to share those with the community20:08
Na3iLthank you elacheche_anis popey Kilos20:08
fo0bar[sorry to interrupt, but there's a pretty big windstorm going on outside (it's the windy season) -- I've got good UPS systems but there's a tiny but non-zero chance I may disappear as a result]20:08
toddyyes, very nice testimonials20:08
toddythank you for the information, fo0bar20:09
popeyNa3iL, I'm surprised to see very few bug reports on launchpad from you.20:09
popeyYour systems must run perfectly :)20:09
jcastrothis looks like pretty much a textbook example of good contributions to me.20:10
Na3iLpopey, it is one from my future goals is to be a member in the MOTU team.. & I am trying to report bugs for the Ubuntu GNOME.20:11
KilosNa3iL ty for your help with the wiki pages for africa20:12
elacheche_anisSo is there any other questions? Or the board is ready to vote?20:12
Kilosready to vote20:12
toddyready to vote20:12
* marcoceppi ready20:13
elacheche_anis#vote for Na3iL Membership!20:13
meetingologyPlease vote on: for Na3iL Membership!20:13
meetingologyPublic votes can be registered by saying +1, +0 or -1 in channel, (for private voting, private message me with 'vote +1/-1/+0 #channelname)20:13
toddy+1 keep up the good work and very nice to see such good testimonials20:13
meetingology+1 keep up the good work and very nice to see such good testimonials received from toddy20:13
meetingology+1 received from popey20:13
Kilos+1 Keep it up20:14
meetingology+1 Keep it up received from Kilos20:14
elacheche_anis+1 I'm happy to have you as part of Ubuntu Tunisia :)20:14
meetingology+1 I'm happy to have you as part of Ubuntu Tunisia :) received from elacheche_anis20:14
marcoceppi+1 keep up the good work!20:14
meetingology+1 keep up the good work! received from marcoceppi20:14
meetingology+1 received from jcastro20:14
elacheche_anisI think that's all..20:14
meetingologyVoting ended on: for Na3iL Membership!20:14
meetingologyVotes for:6 Votes against:0 Abstentions:020:14
meetingologyMotion carried20:14
elacheche_anisCongrats Na3iL ! :)20:15
* popey added Na3iL to ~ubuntumembers20:15
fo0barNa3iL: congrats20:15
KilosNa3iL congrats and welcome20:15
sturmflutNa3iL: Congratulations!20:15
Na3iLThank you guys :)20:15
toddyNa3iL: congrats20:15
elacheche_anisNext is fo0bar20:15
elacheche_anis#topic fo0bar20:15
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elacheche_anisfo0bar, please introduce yourself to the board, and share a link to your LP and wiki20:15
fo0barcanned paste intro follows :)20:16
fo0barGreetings!  I've been an Ubuntu user since the beginning (giving out Warty ShipIt CDs at the 2004 local LUG christmas party), and I've been an IS SRE (sysadmin) with Canonical since 2012, which involves a fair amount of interfacing with Ubuntu development teams, LoCos, community teams, archives/mirrors, etc.20:16
fo0barI created and maintain the Raspberry Pi 2 Ubuntu 14.04 port, an unofficial community port of the latest LTS using the RPi2 kernel patchlist backported to trusty.  I've been a Debian Maintainer since 2007, and maintain a handful of packages.  On the Ubuntu side of this, I watch Launchpad, assist with bugs, and produce SRUs when needed.20:16
fo0barMost of my Ubuntu strengths are related to package and distribution management.  I'm applying for Ubuntu membership primarily for the increased community collaboration opportunities, but also eventually possible per-package upload rights or even MOTU responsibilities.  Thank you!20:16
fo0barWiki page: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/fo0bar - Launchpad: https://launchpad.net/~fo0bar20:16
elacheche_anisQuestions for fo0bar ? Supporters here?20:17
jcastroDebian contributions are always appreciated20:18
Kilosfo0bar what took you so long to apply20:18
toddyfo0bar: you are working at canonical? which position do you have? What are you doing there at most?20:18
elacheche_anisfo0bar: I want to ask qeustions, but can't.. As a SysAdmin, I know that you should contributed to every peice of the Ubuntu project bu now x) I love what you're doing.. Especially the RaspPi port..20:19
fo0barKilos: I actually touched on that a bit on the wiki page.  much of what I've needed to do in the Ubuntu community can really be done by anyone20:19
fo0barand between that and the day job, well, supporting Ubuntu, I've been putting it off :)20:20
fo0barjoey and I talked about it awhile ago and he convinced me to put in20:20
Kilosim glad he did20:20
* joey supports fo0bar for membership.20:20
fo0bartoddy: I work in IS, so we maintain the hardware and networks, etc.  Canonical development teams and Ubuntu teams are effectively our customers20:21
popeywell, I'd never heard of Turku before reading your wiki page fo0bar !20:21
* seelaman supports fo0bar as well20:21
elacheche_anis2 supportes here :)20:21
fo0barso it's a lot of network creation, deploying new services for customers, things like that20:21
jcastroyeah I feel like we all really missed an opportunity on telling everyone about turku20:21
jcastroI am ashamed at how awesome it is and I've never heard of it20:22
fo0barjcastro: I actually made a post on insights.ubuntu.com a month or so ago20:22
* marcoceppi reads post20:22
elacheche_anisYeah, I was surprised when I saw that on the wiki, am a SysAdmin and always googling backup solutions, 1st time to see that wsas this week in your wiki fo0bar20:22
jcastroyeah, I'd like to work with you on making that project more well known20:22
popey(to making it more well known) :D20:23
elacheche_anisAny other questions?20:23
fo0barelacheche_anis: thanks.  and btw, thanks for the like on the rpi2 port (though I admit I've been slacking a bit with keeping the vanilla kernel patches integrated lately)20:23
toddyI have no more questions. I am ready to vote.20:24
* marcoceppi ready20:24
elacheche_anis#vote for fo0bar Membership!20:24
meetingologyPlease vote on: for fo0bar Membership!20:24
meetingologyPublic votes can be registered by saying +1, +0 or -1 in channel, (for private voting, private message me with 'vote +1/-1/+0 #channelname)20:24
meetingology+1 received from Kilos20:24
marcoceppi+1 Thanks for keeping Ubuntu infrastructure running!20:24
meetingology+1 Thanks for keeping Ubuntu infrastructure running! received from marcoceppi20:24
elacheche_anis+1 Always happy to see Canonical guys thinking about the community contribs :)20:25
meetingology+1 Always happy to see Canonical guys thinking about the community contribs :) received from elacheche_anis20:25
toddy+1 Very good and20:25
toddyimportant job which you are doing20:25
meetingology+1 Very good and received from toddy20:25
popey+1 even :D20:25
meetingology+1 even :D received from popey20:25
jcastro+1 would also like to followup on getting turku more prominent in the LTS release announcements, etc20:25
meetingology+1 would also like to followup on getting turku more prominent in the LTS release announcements, etc received from jcastro20:25
popeyNice one fo0bar20:25
meetingologyVoting ended on: for fo0bar Membership!20:25
meetingologyVotes for:6 Votes against:0 Abstentions:020:25
meetingologyMotion carried20:25
elacheche_anisCongrats fo0bar :)20:25
pleia2fo0bar: congrats, my friend :)20:25
fo0barthank you all!20:25
Kiloscongrats fo0bar20:26
elacheche_anissturmflut is next20:26
sturmflutfo0bar: Congratulations!20:26
elacheche_anis#topic sturmflut20:26
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elacheche_anissturmflut, please introduce yourself to the board, and share a link to your LP and wiki20:26
sturmflutMy name is Simon Raffeiner aka "Sturmflut". I'm 32 years old, live in Germany, have been using Ubuntu since 2005 and work for a supercomputing site run by the german government. My LP is https://launchpad.net/~sturmflut and my Wiki page is https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Sturmflut .20:26
sturmflutI spend most of my "Ubuntu time" working on the Ubuntu Phone project, I'm an Ubuntu Phone Insider and an Ubuntu Pioneer and write blog articles about device and platform internals. I think I excel at technical things, but this year I've also started to make contributions for the overall Ubuntu Community by founding and organising the UbuContest and contributing to Ubucon Germany and Ubuntu Party in Paris.20:27
* popey added fo0bar to ~ubuntumembers20:27
sturmflutI'm on the team for UbuCon Europe 2016, but have also committed to support three other community events in 2016.20:27
cm-tHi all and dear council! I can't stay online due to afk current needs. Just wanted to say I strongly recommnd sturmflut as an ubuntu member. He did and does a lot for ubucon (even for the ubucon Paris where he went to helped to bring it to the next level →  http://media.ubuntu-paris.org ) europe, and his ubucontest initiative is an awesome example to continue.20:27
sturmflutcm-t: Thank you very much :)20:28
elacheche_anisThank you cm-t for mentionning that :)20:28
cm-tsturmflut: you're the guy20:29
toddyI support sturmflut, too. He makes a good work in the Ubuntu Touch Community and help us by the Ubucon in Germany.20:29
wxlhere at last20:29
elacheche_anisAny questions for sturmflut ?20:29
elacheche_anisHi wxl :D20:29
Kiloswb wxl20:29
popeyWithout my membership board hat on...20:29
wxlsturmflut: i'd like to see the ubucontest link get fixed :)20:29
popeyI'm also here to support sturmflut, he's been super active in the Ubuntu Phone community20:29
popeyScheduling events, blogging, finding bugs...20:30
popeyUploading silly games, making silly t-shirts.20:30
popeyWe need more like sturmflut20:30
sturmflutwxl: the one on the Wiki? https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuContest works for me20:30
marcoceppiThank you for your work on Ubuntu Phone, also nice testimonials20:30
* popey puts his membership board hat back on.20:30
wxlsturmflut: yes but hthe one link there ttps://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuContest/UbuContest2016 doesn't go anywhere20:31
popeystupid wiki is taking ages to load20:31
popeyfix it fo0bar ! :D20:31
marcoceppisturmflut: are you currently a member of a LoCo?20:31
wxlpopey: that usually means the page doesn't exist XD20:31
sturmflutmarcoceppi: No20:32
fo0barpopey: heh, but seriously, moin just doesn't scale well enough for the size of wiki.ubuntu.com, and it causes problems20:33
wxlbtw fo0bar and Na3iL congrats.20:33
fo0barI've just bounced apache, which usually helps20:33
wxlalso fo0bar thank you SO MUCH for finnix.20:33
Na3iLthank you wxl & wb20:33
wxlmoin stinks but that's another story :)20:33
sturmflutwxl: http://ubucon.de/2015/contest is the better resource in the meantime20:34
elacheche_anisLet's focus on the application guys :)20:34
wxlsturmflut: it really seems that all your evangelising would be greatly improved with the help of a loco20:34
elacheche_anisAny questions for sturmflut ? Or we are ready to vote?20:34
* marcoceppi is ready20:34
fo0barwxl: :)20:34
* wxl struggles to find the german loco20:34
toddysturmflut: now you are a member of the german loco20:35
toddyI have the rights :)20:35
wxlthx marcoceppi couldn't find it in the list20:35
wxlah yes that's right you're the team contact for the german loco toddy20:36
wxlsturmflut: you and toddy should talk for sure!20:36
marcoceppisturmflut: I was going to recommend considering joinging the DE LoCo, but toddy "fixed" that ;)20:36
elacheche_anis#vote for sturmflut Membership!20:36
meetingologyPlease vote on: for sturmflut Membership!20:36
meetingologyPublic votes can be registered by saying +1, +0 or -1 in channel, (for private voting, private message me with 'vote +1/-1/+0 #channelname)20:36
toddy+1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 :D20:36
meetingology+1 +1 +1 +1 +1 +1 :D received from toddy20:36
popey+1 keep up the great work!20:36
meetingology+1 keep up the great work! received from popey20:36
sturmfluttoddy: TBH every time I wanted to finally take care of joining the german LoCo I got sidetracked by some stupid phone bug20:36
marcoceppiA lot of people are really interested in the phone, so having someone like you attend events when you can would be really helpful20:36
meetingology+1 received from marcoceppi20:37
wxl+1 for sure! keep up the great work20:37
elacheche_anis+1 Keep the good work sturmflut :)20:37
meetingology+1 for sure! keep up the great work received from wxl20:37
meetingology+1 Keep the good work sturmflut :) received from elacheche_anis20:37
Kilos+1 keep up the good work20:37
meetingology+1 keep up the good work received from Kilos20:37
* ogra_ sends the skynet drones to applaud 20:37
elacheche_anisjcastro: AFK?20:37
meetingology+1 received from jcastro20:38
meetingologyVoting ended on: for sturmflut Membership!20:38
meetingologyVotes for:7 Votes against:0 Abstentions:020:38
meetingologyMotion carried20:38
* popey added sturmflut to ~ubuntumembers 20:38
elacheche_anisCongrats sturmflut !20:38
wxlcongrats sturmflut !20:38
popeyCongratulations sturmflut !20:38
sturmflutogra_: That's nice and creepy at the same time ;)20:38
elacheche_anisCongrats Na3iL fo0bar sturmflut you deserve it guys :)20:38
Kiloscongrats sturmflut20:38
toddycongrats Simon!20:38
marcoceppicongrats Na3iL fo0bar and  sturmflut!20:38
Na3iLty guys! :)20:38
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meetingologyMeeting ended Thu Dec  3 20:38:58 2015 UTC.20:38
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Kiloswelwelcome all you new members20:39
fo0barthanks everyone!20:39
wxlthanks all20:39
wxlkeep up the good work, as always!20:39
popeyWho is sending the mail to the ubuntu news team?20:39
jcastrosorry I was late for the last vote; I was distracted digging in my email trying to find the last time I tried get us onto a modern wiki20:40
jcastrobecause someone mention moin and I got all emotional and sad20:40
wxlbtw Na3iL fo0bar sturmflut if for some reason you need help with any of the membership benefits, like the ubuntu.com mail alias, etc, let me know.20:41
jcastrocongrats everyone! \o/20:41
Na3iLsure wxl ty20:41
wxljcastro: a modern wiki? wow, sounds dreamy20:41
sturmflutwxl: Thanks!20:41
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