Czech Packagers Team meeting minutes 2008-12-09 ===============================================
Present: anicka mhrusecky mkudlvasr mseben mvyskocil nadvornik pgajdos prusnak puzel sbrabec Minutes: prusnak
(1) MySQL plugins (2) Status reports
(1) MySQL plugins =================
Mhrusecky told us about packaging of the new release of MySQL. MySQL 5.1 can be compiled with some of the storage backends as a plugin. Question arises whether to build MySQL with most of the possible storage backends included or whether to build support for most storage backends as a plugin so people can choose what backend would they like to use and enable only that one. Other related question is whether we should as a part of SUSE integration enable all plugins by default. Michal would expect that the most of ordinary users may be confused by existence of plugins and they wouldn't know how to enable them so they will appreciate automatic module loading after installation of plugin package. On the other hand experienced users may dislike this idea.
(2) Status reports ==================
anicka - openssh: work on bugs (#436352, #448775, #439744, #456494, #458364)
mvyskocil - big update of Sun Java 1.4.2 sr19, Sun Java 1.5.0 u17 and Sun Java 1.6.0 u11 - command-not-found performance issues on opensuse-factory and submitted a manual page for c-n-f handler to git repository - become a reviewer(maintaner) of openSUSE:Contrib - fixed a files ownership of gle-graphics in openSUSE:Contrib
pgajdos: * worked on #457554 -- xpdf crashes at "full screen" * worked on #457593 -- HDF5: Fortran module missing
prusnak - added 8 packages to Contrib - updated scout in BuildService
puzel - work on Contrib (submitted two packages, one reviewed) - parted: work on #456674
sbrabec balsa: Debugging bnc#450283. OpenOffice: Helping to debug bnc#443467. nspluginwrapper: Update (bnc#447434). avahi: Finished fix of bnc#456418. gftp: Working on bnc#434109, fixing bnc#160978 (and update for Factory). FATE#301344: Implemented tbz method, work-flow test with translation team.