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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
(http://en.opensuse.org/GNOME/11.0/Testing)
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
Summary:
http://www.gnome.org/~federico/news-2008-03.html#gtkfilechooser-bug-week-summary
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?

PackageKit
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
submit
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

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Rodrigo Moya <rodrigo@xxxxxxxxxx>

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