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[opensuse-gnome] openSUSE GNOME meeting (2008/03/13)
  • From: Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 13 Mar 2008 19:38:47 +0100
  • Message-id: <1205433527.3722.49.camel@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Factory testing
Only a few packages in the testing page, add things to test there
Feedback for those packages in the form of bug reports
Pulseaudio 0.9.9 got in yesterday, what to do with sound capplet?
AI: cyberorg and rodrigo to add compiz/fusion to the Testing page
AI: maw add pulseaudio to the list of platform packages on the spreadsheet

File chooser hackweek
Fixed a bunch of usability bugs
New tab completion code
Backporting to 10.3/11.0 in progress

Bug day
Started out with 57 openSUSE10.2 gnome-related bugs, and now we are down to 26
(31 bugs resolved), the remaining bugs are 12 marked as NEEDINFO, 2 assigned,
and the rest still unassigned

Compiz/Xgl config
New compiz being submitted to FACTORY
AI: rodrigo to give some love to gnome-xgl-settings

GTK+ hackfest
Mixed feelings about a GTK+ 3.0
2 big things going on: introspection and GSettings/GVariant/DConf
GVFS and WebKit also being discussed

Task update
Will continue with RTM for a little while, from Tasky
RTM allows exporting, so with that we can sync to the wiki
Bugzilla backend in Tasky for keeping the tasks there?
A form on the wiki page?

New PK release hopefully today, with nice new features, like the update system
will actually work now
AI: sreeves Add PK to the testing page

Patch upstreaming
Going slow, but coordinated with 2.22.0 updates, so no stop
Long term project, so just be sure you tag/upstream patches on the packages you
Once all patches have been tagged, we need a way to reject patches without tags
Be stricter in our changelog entries so as to reconstruct what the package was
like before, but many changelogs don't fit that criterion
AI: maw Investigate further how to be more picky about our checkins

Policy Review and Pattern review days
Policy review: the goal is to review all the changes in the default config
we're doing
Pattern review: the goal is to review what gets installed on a default openSUSE
GNOME install
AI: send mails soliciting feedback about our Desktop and Pattern policies

Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@xxxxxxxxxx>

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