bluesabreMade some updates to the release notes, in case anybody wants to review or update: https://wiki.xubuntu.org/releases/19.10/release-notes00:34
Unit193Anything I should be doing with Core, bluesabre?00:35
bluesabreUnit193: if you have a link, I'll happily include it on the release note/announcement :)00:36
bluesabreIt's official to us ;)00:36
Unit193Hah, well I was thinking anything to do with it, but yeah it's in the same place as usual.00:37
bluesabreYeah, nothing in particular that I know of00:38
Unit193Cool, spinning the last one then.00:41
Unit193Perhaps seems a bit odd to note the gir support, when none of it is enabled.  Though it *is* a quote..00:45
Unit193Thanks for writing them, Sean.00:47
-SwissBot:#xubuntu-devel- ATTN: Xubuntu Core 19.10 - amd64 - amd64 built.00:57
bluesabreUnit193: no problem01:02
bluesabreAlso drafted up the release announcement, https://xubuntu.org/?p=4652&preview=true01:02
bluesabreHm, I actually don't know where the core isos are built01:06
Unit193Torrent comment.......: Xubuntu Core 19.10 - amd64 - https://wiki.xubuntu.org/releases/19.10/release-notes  :D01:06
Unit193Oh!  https://unit193.net/xubuntu/ is the landing page (or /core/), the current testing ones are in core/pending/01:07
bluesabreah, core/pending01:07
Unit193Don't link there for the release announcements.01:08
bluesabreright on :)01:09
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bluesabreAdded to the release announcement01:15
bluesabreLooks like the release might be around 12~13 UTC tomorrow01:42
bluesabrehttp://iso.qa.ubuntu.com/qatracker/milestones/407/builds for anybody that wants to run some tests. We had lots of testing from the other flavors this cycle, so if you've got a few minutes, maybe help fill in their testing gaps?02:46
bluesabreI'm heading to bed, back tomorrow. Night all!02:47
bluesabreLooks like there's one more respin coming shortly10:10
bluesabrePolished up the release note a bit, and added some screenshots10:49
brainwashbluesabre: I think that having those issues listed first is bad11:18
brainwashwould only makes sense if they are important and needed as reference for installation problems11:19
bluesabrebrainwash: that makes sense... I'll leave one of them, and demote the others to general11:23
bluesabre(and done)11:25
brainwashwhat I tried to say is that having some minor (and random) issues listed first makes a bad first impression somewhat11:29
brainwashunresponsive tooltips etc.11:29
brainwashthe 4.14 update section should be more prominent11:29
brainwashmaybe put the links to  Release Announcement / Feature Tour / Changelog  in separate lines too11:30
franksmcbbluesabre ISO testing results up16:35
Spassdo you need a little help with the website? I can add Release for example, just let me know what's the exact EOL date of Xubuntu, XX-07-202017:40
pleia2thanks Spass, do we have a release announcement post prepped?17:44
Spassyeah, https://xubuntu.org/?p=4652&preview=true17:45
pleia2I don't think we have a precise eol date yet, but it's usually around the 20th17:47
Spassshould I set 20th for now and edit if needed later?17:48
Spassunless it's too early to the official Xubuntu release yet, I just saw that Ubuntu is up officially so I thought that we can roll with it :)17:50
Spassbluesabre, do we have a green light to do the 19.10 website stuff already?17:52
pleia2yeah, I'd use the 20th for now :)17:55
SpassI played safe and went with 17th :P https://xubuntu.org/release/19-10/17:59
SpassI can update the download page if needed, I just don't want to overstep my bounds here18:02
ochosiSpass: go ahead21:12
ochosithis is a do-ocracy anyway, we're relying on people picking up stuff autonomously21:12
Spassthanks ochosi, ok, if something is broken is my fault :) I did release page - https://xubuntu.org/release/19-10/ and published Sean's post - https://xubuntu.org/news/xubuntu-19-10-released/ and changed download links - https://xubuntu.org/download/21:27
Spass*broken it's21:28
ochosibut then again, if nobody does nothing it's nobody21:28
ochosi's fault, but also nothing happens ;)21:28
ochosiall looks good to me21:29
ochosiwell done Spass 21:29
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Spassok great, thanks to the team for an another awesome release, that was a big one (4.14!)21:41
Spassanyway, time for bed, good night21:43
Unit193Hrm, who do I poke about broken links now? :321:46
SpassUnit193, what's broken? :/21:47
sm0ruxThanks a zillion to all you guys maintaining Xubuntu!21:48
sm0ruxNo one mentioned, no one forgotten - but you know who you are!21:48
Unit193On the download page, several mirrors.  19.10 is understandable since it's so new, but it seems (as linked), http://ftp.oleane.net/ubuntu-cd/xubuntu/18.04/release/ - http://mirrors.fe.up.pt/pub/xubuntu/releases/18.04/release/ - http://ftp.wa.co.za/pub/ubuntu/ubuntu-cdimage/xubuntu/releases/18.04/release/ are broken for 18.0421:48
Unit193Seems the one changed the subdomain to http://ubuntu.mirror.ac.za/ubuntu-cdimage/xubuntu/releases/18.04/release/21:50
Spassyeah, seems like the mirrors should be reviewed/checked and updated21:51
SpassI can do that this Sat if that's not super urgent21:51
Unit193Nobody noticed/mentioned yet, so it's not super urgent I think.21:52
Unit193https://paste.unit193.net/?06aa8f53f6f4103a#KMJqOqmlwytPeg0FbKGgAwDn+u8FWO8kzTHlXLPDKJg= broken list, but as I noted some might just not have sync'd 19.10.21:52
Spasshmm, there's a lot of them21:53
bluesabreGood evening, what'd I miss?21:54
Spasshi bluesabre, release party :D and… broken links21:55
bluesabreSpass: thanks for doing all that :)21:55
bluesabrefranksmcb: thanks a bunch!21:56
Spassmy pleasure :) gotta go now, bye21:58
Unit193bluesabre: I was late to the release, as usual..21:58
bluesabreUnit193: same here21:59
pleia2updating social now22:43
bluesabrethanks pleia2!23:47

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