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09:00 - 09:55 EDT
tpm-tools is an important feature in the enterprise from secure boot to 802.1x network authentication.

Participants:
attending broder (Evan Broder)
attending eric-canonical (Eric Williams)
attending etienne-goyer-outlands (Etienne Goyer)
attending gekker (Gary Ekker)
attending jdstrand (Jamie Strandboge)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending mathieu-tl (Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre)
attending mdeslaur (Marc Deslauriers)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending nijaba (Nick Barcet)
attending satwell (Steve Atwell)
attending sbeattie (Steve Beattie)
attending serge-hallyn (Serge Hallyn)
attending stgraber (Stéphane Graber)
attending tbushnell (Thomas Bushnell, BSG)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)
attending tyhicks (Tyler Hicks)

Tracks:
  • Foundations
Antigua 1 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Discuss and decide on what should be tested on kernel SRUs, considering what is already available and what is missing.

Participants:
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending brendan-donegan (Brendan Donegan)
attending gema (Gema Gomez)
attending hggdh2 (C de-Avillez)
attending jdstrand (Jamie Strandboge)
attending jibel (Jean-Baptiste Lallement)
attending jjohansen (John Johansen)
attending mdeslaur (Marc Deslauriers)
attending patrickmwright (Patrick Wright)
attending pgraner (Pete Graner)
attending sconklin (Steve Conklin)
attending tyhicks (Tyler Hicks)

Tracks:
  • Other
Antigua 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint

Tracks:
  • Hardware
Antigua 3 (Audio Feed)

Tracks:
  • Hardware
Antigua 4 (Audio Feed)
Private

Tracks:
  • General
Boca VII
Apache Hadoop has gained widespread adoption; the various flavours of Hadoop appear to be consolidating and Cloudera have transferred a number of their Hadoop related projects to Apache including Bigtop (the Cloudera packaging for Redhat, Debian and SuSE). Packaging Hadoop for Ubuntu would help support developing a set of rock solid Juju charms for Hadoop by providing a well integrated version of the packaging for Ubuntu. Collaboration with Apache Bigtop would also potentially help support packaging the wider family of Hadoop related projects.

Participants:
attending ameetp (Ameet Paranjape)
attending clint-fewbar (Clint Byrum)
attending craig.magina (Craig Magina)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending hoffman-p (Assaf Hoffman)
attending james-page (James Page)
attending jason-hobbs (Jason Hobbs)
attending jeff-underhill (Jeff Underhill)
attending kentb (Kent Baxley)
attending kirkland (Dustin Kirkland )
attending lynxman (Marc Cluet)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending mark-mims (Mark Mims)
attending martinbogo (Martin Bogomolni)
attending negronjl (Juan L. Negron)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)

Tracks:
  • Server and Cloud
Bonaire 1 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
In Oneiric we have introduced color management. We have at least basic functionality now. You can take existing ICC profiles and assign them to devices (AFAIK monitors, printers, scanners, webcams) and then the devices are appropriately corrected. The profile assignments are done via the Color capplet of GNOME Control Center, the management and distribution of the profiles via colord, applications use liblcms1 and liblcms2 to apply the ICC profiles. In Precise we need to complete and improve the infrastructure: ArgyllCMS needs to be made distro-ready and added so that color calibration devices get supported, libcms1 needs to be replaced by libcms2, as the former is buggy and not maintained any more, and a color management UI must get added to the Common Print Dialog. We also need to determine who will maintain the color management stack in Ubuntu.

Participants:
attending alanbell (Alan Bell)
attending barry (Barry Warsaw)
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending craig.magina (Craig Magina)
attending doko (Matthias Klose)
attending elle.uca (Luca Ferretti)
attending jamesf (James Ferguson)
attending jasoncwarner (Jason Warner)
attending jderose (Jason Gerard DeRose)
attending jr (Jonathan Riddell)
attending laney (Iain iain@orangesquash.org.uk)
attending larsu (Lars Uebernickel)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending pitti (Martin Pitt)
attending raof (Chris Halse Rogers)
attending robert-ancell (Robert Ancell)
attending rodrigo-moya (Rodrigo Moya)
attending sarvatt (Robert Hooker)
attending seb128 (Sebastien Bacher)
attending till-kamppeter (Till Kamppeter)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Bonaire 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Wednesday

Tracks:
  • Community
Bonaire 3 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Wednesday's security roundtable

Tracks:
  • Security
Bonaire 4 (Audio Feed)
Defect Analysts have hundreds, if not thousands, of bug reports at which they could be looking. Their dashboard will be a collection of the highest priority bugs to review on a daily basis with links to reports of bugs matching specific criteria.

Participants:
attending brad-figg (Brad Figg)
attending brian-murray (Brian Murray)
attending bryce (Bryce Harrington)
attending davewalker (Dave Walker)
attending flacoste (Francis J. Lacoste)
attending gilir (Julien Lavergne)
attending jdstrand (Jamie Strandboge)
attending jibel (Jean-Baptiste Lallement)
attending jsalisbury (Joseph Salisbury)
attending kamus (Kamus)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending matthew.revell (Matthew Revell)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending om26er (Omer Akram)
attending pvillavi (Pedro Villavicencio)
attending rsalveti (Ricardo Salveti)
attending ursinha (Ursula Junque)

Tracks:
  • Other
Bonaire 5 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
In order to consider Qt a recommended choice for Ubuntu app development, we need: - Better integration of the Qt development tools with Ubuntu-specific processes and tools, such as packaging, bzr, Launchpad... - Ability to access the Ubuntu platform APIs from Qt. - Ensure the packaged Qt development tools are in shape We'd like to discuss what needs to be done and a roadmap for this work.

Participants:
attending adam-angleofapproach (Adam Weinrich)
attending bfiller (Bill Filler)
attending broder (Evan Broder)
attending didrocks (Didier Roche)
attending dpitkin (David Pitkin)
attending dpm (David Planella)
attending elachuni (Anthony Lenton)
attending fboucault (Florian Boucault)
attending fourdollars (Shih-Yuan Lee)
attending frederik-gladhorn (Frederik Gladhorn)
attending gary-lasker (Gary Lasker)
attending gz (Martin Packman)
attending jameinel (John A Meinel)
attending james-w (James Westby)
attending jasoncwarner (Jason Warner)
attending jml (Jonathan Lange)
attending michael.nelson (Michael Nelson)
attending mvo (Michael Vogt)
attending nebulon (Johannes Zellner)
attending osomon (Olivier Tilloy)
attending paulliu (Ying-Chun Liu)
attending rick-rickspencer3 (Rick Spencer)
attending thomas-senyk (Thomas Senyk)
attending uriboni (Ugo Riboni)
attending vila (Vincent Ladeuil)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Bonaire 6 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending ARM Roundtable ( Ubuntu ARM )

Tracks:
  • Ubuntu ARM
Bonaire 7 (Audio Feed)
Not Attending Crash Database ( Foundations )
Build a crash database for Ubuntu. Quoting Matthew: Microsoft, Apple, and Mozilla have dedicated crash tracking systems, separate from their bug trackers. This has multiple benefits, when compared with Launchpad and apport: - people don't need a sign-on account, of any sort, to report crashes - developers aren't spammed with e-mail notifications about duplicate crashes - non-developers aren't spammed with e-mail they don't understand after reporting crashes - the error message, explaining that a window just disappeared because the application crashed, appears in release versions of the software -- not just alphas and betas - contributors can easily see which are the most common causes of crashes - contributors can easily see how reliable their software is compared with previous versions. For these reasons, Ubuntu should have an error tracker too. Overview of crash reporters: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crash_reporter Public statistics from Mozilla: https://crash-stats.mozilla.com/products/Firefox Previous blueprint: https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/crash-tracker Previous blueprint: https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/crash-reporting

Participants:
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending brian-murray (Brian Murray)
attending broder (Evan Broder)
attending charlie-tca (Charlie Kravetz)
attending chihchun (Rex Tsai)
attending davidc3 (David Callé)
attending dpitkin (David Pitkin)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending ev (Evan Dandrea)
attending jibel (Jean-Baptiste Lallement)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending lfaraone (Luke Faraone)
attending mfisch (Matt Fischer)
attending mvo (Michael Vogt)
attending nigelbabu (Nigel Babu)
attending osomon (Olivier Tilloy)
attending raof (Chris Halse Rogers)
attending stefanor (Stefano Rivera)
attending vorlon (Steve Langasek)

Tracks:
  • Foundations
Bonaire 8 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Allowing people to sign in to an Ubuntu installation with their Ubuntu One credentials has a number of benefits: it makes sense on smaller or attached devices, your device is automatically paired with Ubuntu One, meaning that you have all your data without an additional "pairing" step, it means that you don't have to remember a different password per machine (not necessarily a benefit in everyone's eyes). This session is to discuss how, technically, signing in to an Ubuntu installation with Ubuntu One credentials might be done, what it would mean (does a new "local" user account get created? Should the "local" user account already exist and be matched somehow with the U1 account?), and which issues are generated by it (local caching of credentials, logging in while offline, etc).

Participants:
attending alanbell (Alan Bell)
attending chipaca (John Lenton)
attending davewalker (Dave Walker)
attending duanedesign (Duane d)
attending hloeung (Haw Loeung)
attending jamesf (James Ferguson)
attending jderose (Jason Gerard DeRose)
attending lli5 (Li Li)
attending mattgriffin (Matt Griffin)
attending mdeslaur (Marc Deslauriers)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending ricardokirkner (Ricardo Kirkner)
attending sbeattie (Steve Beattie)
attending sil (Stuart Langridge)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Curacao 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
The codecs targeted for optimization on ARM during the next quarter are libpng       needs NEON optimization, targets Linux and Android. Initial work there for Ubuntu LEB, but not for Android. libav related work       - realvideo - needs NEON optimization for rv30/rv40 to reach 720p - work to be done in libav       - ARM v6 optimizations for vp8.        There are initial patches for armv6 vp8 (article.gmane.org/gmane.comp.video.li...) and some realvideo neon (thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.video.lib...). Both patches need to be examined, but this should be low-hanging fruit work.       - h264 10bit optimizations

Participants:
attending ibiris (Ilias Biris)
attending mansr (Mans Rullgard)
attending marcandre-moreau (marcandre.moreau)
attending ranman (Randy Linnell)
attending steve-mcintyre (Steve McIntyre)
attending sverdy (Stéphane Verdy)

Tracks:
  • Graphics and Multimedia
Curacao 4 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Alternative to sched_mc and hotplug

Participants:
attending amitdanielk (Amit Daniel Kachhap)
attending amitk (Amit Kucheria)
attending daniel-lezcano (Daniel Lezcano)
attending mturquette (Mike Turquette)
attending omar.ramirez (Omar Ramirez Luna)
attending paulmck (Paul McKenney)
attending qzhang (Spring Zhang)
attending r-herring (Rob Herring)
attending shawnguo (Shawn Guo)
attending skannan-p (Saravana Kannan)
attending triad (Linus Walleij)
attending vederekiran (Kiran Vedere)

Tracks:
  • Power Management
Curacao 5 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
How do I take some script I have that tests something on my SoC and get it running with LAVA?

Participants:
attending afrantzis (Alexandros Frantzis)
attending ams-codesourcery (Andrew Stubbs)
attending asa-sandahl (Asa Sandahl)
attending chunsang (Chunsang Jeong)
attending danilo (Данило Шеган)
attending dave-martin-arm (Dave Martin)
attending doanac (Andy Doan)
attending hrw (Marcin Juszkiewicz)
attending jesse-barker (Jesse Barker)
attending marcoil (Marc Ordinas i Llopis)
attending pahmann (Philipp Ahmann)
attending pwlars (Paul Larson)
attending salgado (Guilherme Salgado)
attending shawnguo (Shawn Guo)
attending usman-ah (Usman Ahmad)
attending wmills (Bill Mills)
attending zkrynicki (Zygmunt Krynicki)

Tracks:
  • Training
Grand Sierra F (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending Parameterization of an Android Build ( Android & Ubuntu Platforms )
In this session we will talk about plans to more effectively parameterize Android builds across kernels, toolchains, compiler flags, etc.

Participants:
attending asac (Alexander Sack)
attending asa-sandahl (Asa Sandahl)
attending berolinux (Bernhard Rosenkraenzer)
attending chaoyang (Chao Yang)
attending fgiff (Frans Gifford)
attending mathieu.poirier (Mathieu Poirier)
attending patrik-ryd (Patrik Ryd)
attending pfalcon (Paul Sokolovsky)
attending pfefferz (Zach Pfeffer)
attending uweigand (Ulrich Weigand)

Tracks:
  • Android & Ubuntu Platforms
Grand Sierra G (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
This Summit will bring together the main players in ARM Set Top Box to describe their current plans and problems, to promote wider understanding and collaboration. The aim will be to propose initial solutions and with Linaro able to coordinate moving forward

Participants:
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending adconrad (Adam Conrad)
attending david-duffey (David Duffey)
attending david-rusling (David Rusling)
attending fader (Ronald McCollam)
attending ibiris (Ilias Biris)
attending jcrigby (John Rigby)
attending jesse-barker (Jesse Barker)
attending kiko (Christian Reis)
attending ld-anderson (Lars Anderson)
attending lool (Loïc Minier)
attending paulliu (Ying-Chun Liu)
attending rsalveti (Ricardo Salveti)
attending steve-mcintyre (Steve McIntyre)
attending subashp (Subash Patel)
attending vtuson (Victor Tuson Palau)
attending willcooke (Will WillCooke)
attending yannav (Yanna Vogiazou)

Tracks:
  • Linaro Summits
Grand Sierra I (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
10:00 - 10:45 EDT
This Summit will bring together the main players in ARM Set Top Box to describe their current plans and problems, to promote wider understanding and collaboration. The aim will be to propose initial solutions and with Linaro able to coordinate moving forward

Participants:
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending adconrad (Adam Conrad)
attending david-duffey (David Duffey)
attending david-rusling (David Rusling)
attending fader (Ronald McCollam)
attending ibiris (Ilias Biris)
attending jcrigby (John Rigby)
attending jesse-barker (Jesse Barker)
attending kiko (Christian Reis)
attending ld-anderson (Lars Anderson)
attending lool (Loïc Minier)
attending paulliu (Ying-Chun Liu)
attending rsalveti (Ricardo Salveti)
attending steve-mcintyre (Steve McIntyre)
attending subashp (Subash Patel)
attending vtuson (Victor Tuson Palau)
attending willcooke (Will WillCooke)
attending yannav (Yanna Vogiazou)

Tracks:
  • Linaro Summits
Grand Sierra I (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
This spec covers testing and usability of various server side management methods such as IPMI, and other management tools.

Participants:
attending ahs3 (Al Stone)
attending carifio (Mike Carifio)
attending craig.magina (Craig Magina)
attending davewalker (Dave Walker)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending gruemaster (Tobin Davis)
attending hoffman-p (Assaf Hoffman)
attending james-page (James Page)
attending jason-hobbs (Jason Hobbs)
attending jeff-underhill (Jeff Underhill)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending martinbogo (Martin Bogomolni)
attending racb (Robie Basak)
attending r-herring (Rob Herring)
attending russ-lindsay (Russ Lindsay)
attending sfeole (Sean Feole)
attending therve (Thomas Herve)
attending zulcss (Chuck Short)

Tracks:
  • Server and Cloud
Antigua 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Adding the -lowlatency kernel into the universe repository will allow Ubuntu Studio users to have a tuned kernel for audio work installed by default. This kernel will be built and maintained by the Ubuntu Studio team, therefore it presumably would be in the universe repository. Responsibilities also include rebasing the kernel for security updates and working with -security to push updates.

Participants:
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending diwic (David Henningsson)
attending jdstrand (Jamie Strandboge)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending knitzsche (Kyle Nitzsche)
attending leannogasawara (Leann Ogasawara)
attending sconklin (Steve Conklin)
attending slavender (Scott Lavender)
attending themuso (Luke Yelavich)
attending timg-tpi (Tim Gardner)

Tracks:
  • Other
Antigua 4 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Meeting between ARM, Linaro and Fujitsu

Participants:
attending akira-tsukamoto (Akira Tsukamoto)
attending ishikawa-jun-07 (Jun Ishikawa)
attending jamiebennett (Jamie Bennett)
attending joe-bates (Joe Bates)
attending roger-teague (Roger Teague)
attending steve-bannister (Steve Bannister)

Tracks:
  • Business
Boca VII Go to Blueprint
Review ARB activity, and plan for the next cycle. Introducing new members.

Participants:
attending allison (Allison Randal)
attending bhavi (Bhavani Shankar)
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending cparrino (Cristian Parrino)
attending czajkowski (Laura Czajkowski)
attending dpitkin (David Pitkin)
attending dpm (David Planella)
attending elachuni (Anthony Lenton)
attending gary-lasker (Gary Lasker)
attending jdstrand (Jamie Strandboge)
attending jjohansen (John Johansen)
attending jml (Jonathan Lange)
attending jonathan (Jonathan Carter)
attending jpugh (John Pugh)
attending lfaraone (Luke Faraone)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending michael.nelson (Michael Nelson)
attending mvo (Michael Vogt)
attending stefanor (Stefano Rivera)
attending stgraber (Stéphane Graber)
attending zack-debian (Stefano Zacchiroli)

Tracks:
  • Community
Bonaire 1 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending Cloud power management ( Server and Cloud )
With the fast growing adoption of the Cloud, the lack of a consistent and efficient power management has become a major concern. A first set of features has been developed since UDS-O. The purpose of this blueprint is to discuss the remaining steps to complete Cloud power management for Precise.

Participants:
attending andreserl (Andres Rodriguez)
attending aquette (Arnaud Quette)
attending cr3 (Marc Tardif)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending kirkland (Dustin Kirkland )
attending lynxman (Marc Cluet)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending martinbogo (Martin Bogomolni)
attending nijaba (Nick Barcet)
attending smoser (Scott Moser)
attending soren (Soren Hansen)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)
attending ttx (Thierry Carrez)
attending zulcss (Chuck Short)

Tracks:
  • Server and Cloud
Bonaire 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
With rapid release now a reality in Oneiric and presumably in Precise, we should discuss the potential impact of updates that can affect people that were just expecting security updates, but getting a whole lot more (new features and potentially breaking stuff that used to work). After this session, a clear path forward for supporting the existing LTS and Precise should be established and documented.

Participants:
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending chihchun (Rex Tsai)
attending chrisccoulson (Chris Coulson)
attending etienne-goyer-outlands (Etienne Goyer)
attending gz (Martin Packman)
attending jdstrand (Jamie Strandboge)
attending jpds (Jonathan Davies)
attending mdeslaur (Marc Deslauriers)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending smagoun (Steve Magoun)
attending taitenpeng (Taiten taiten.peng@canonical.com)

Tracks:
  • Security
Bonaire 3 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
How to use Ask Ubuntu More effectively - show the experts in the field; the kind of people we want participating more often, how they can use the site to help answer everyday user questions

Participants:
attending bryce (Bryce Harrington)
attending charlie-tca (Charlie Kravetz)
attending cjohnston (Chris Johnston)
attending cprofitt (Charles Profitt)
attending czajkowski (Laura Czajkowski)
attending jpugh (John Pugh)
attending marcoceppi (Marco Ceppi)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending nuthinking (Christian Giordano)
attending pendulum (Penelope Stowe)
attending txwikinger (Ralph Janke)

Tracks:
  • Community
Bonaire 4 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
This is where we will track the progress of Kubuntu Docs for the 12.04 LTS release of Precise Pangolin.

Participants:
attending david.wonderly (David Wonderly)
attending txwikinger (Ralph Janke)
attending valorie-zimmerman (Valorie Zimmerman)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Bonaire 5 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
= Summary = We have lots of ideas for changes we'd like to make to Upstart this cycle. This blueprint will outline those features at a relatively high level. Ideas (highly incomplete list currently): - Fully segregated SystemV / Upstart system shutdown - Introduce "setuid" and "setgid" stanzas to allow jobs to run as a different user/group. - Enable user jobs (a simple change to a dbus config file). = Desired Outcome = - A better understanding of those Upstart features you'd like us to work on - A feel for the relative importance of each feature which we'll factor into our plans to allow us to prioritise the work.

Participants:
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending broder (Evan Broder)
attending chihchun (Rex Tsai)
attending cjwatson (Colin Watson)
attending clint-fewbar (Clint Byrum)
attending fourdollars (Shih-Yuan Lee)
attending ivoks (Ante Karamatić)
attending jamesf (James Ferguson)
attending jamesodhunt (James Hunt)
attending jdstrand (Jamie Strandboge)
attending knitzsche (Kyle Nitzsche)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending mdeslaur (Marc Deslauriers)
attending mfisch (Matt Fischer)
attending mjeanson (Michael Jeanson)
attending serge-hallyn (Serge Hallyn)
attending stgraber (Stéphane Graber)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)
attending tgm4883 (Thomas Mashos)
attending vorlon (Steve Langasek)

Tracks:
  • Foundations
Bonaire 6 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
There are different services to print through the cloud, which means that you either print out of a cloud application, like Ubuntu One or Google Docs, or from a mobile device through the cloud to a printer at home, in the office, or at a print service. We should support this in Ubuntu One, allowing to print printable files from the cloud storage to services like Google Cloud Print and/or HP ePrint.

Participants:
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending dpitkin (David Pitkin)
attending duanedesign (Duane d)
attending larsu (Lars Uebernickel)
attending mattgriffin (Matt Griffin)
attending ories (Olli Ries)
attending sil (Stuart Langridge)
attending till-kamppeter (Till Kamppeter)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Bonaire 7 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
A session to go more in depth on Acceptance Criteria as it relates to Canonical upstreams, DX specifically.

Participants:
attending cjcurran (Conor Curran)
attending dbarth (David Barth)
attending njpatel (Neil J. Patel)
attending om26er (Omer Akram)
attending ories (Olli Ries)
attending rick-rickspencer3 (Rick Spencer)
attending ted (Ted Gould)
Bonaire 8 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Come and join us for a brainstorming workshop on the profile page in launchpad.

Participants:
attending cjohnston (Chris Johnston)
attending danhg (Dan Harrop-Griffiths)
attending svwilliams (Stephen V. Williams)

Tracks:
  • Other
Curacao 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
libjpeg-turbo has been worked on Linaro Evaluation Builds for some time now, and it has been shown to bring improvements vs Libjpeg62 on Android and Ubuntu builds (https://wiki.linaro.org/TomGall/LibJpegTurbo). There has been a comparison of libjpeg8 and libjpeg-turbo (with libjpeg8 compatibility turned on), https://wiki.linaro.org/TomGall/LibJpeg8 libjpeg-turbo is also available in Oneiric, using v62 emulation. Debian/Ubuntu P are going to move to libjpeg8 by default making current package obsolete in the future. So we should discuss - should we package libjpeg-turbo with v8 compatibility mode enabled? Why would that be advantageous? - should we test v8 emulation mode - what needs to be taken care of there? - is there a real advantage of using v8 instead of ljt? Discuss with Ubuntu to see if they should really continue with v8. - as part of the testing - we should probably run tjbench as part of LAVA tests to get comparisons (plain libjpeg vs ljt) - any benchmarking needed for the Android platform?

Participants:
attending fboudra (Fathi Boudra)
attending ibiris (Ilias Biris)
attending kiko (Christian Reis)
attending mansr (Mans Rullgard)
attending m-k-edwards (Michael K. Edwards)
attending tom-gall (Tom Gall)

Tracks:
  • Graphics and Multimedia
Curacao 4 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending Automated Android Testing ( Android & Ubuntu Platforms )
In this session we will talk about automated Android testing. Description ------------------ Before each change is accepted it undergoes premerge testing. The tester, LAVA, runs a set of tests on a test build that contains the change. To get the most out of the test loop, we would like to identify areas of improvement so that faults found in this loop can be efficiently analysed and fixed. Agenda ------------ 1. Introduce what we have and what's happened recently with reviewing, building and testing. 2. Open a discussion on improvements/new features  * What improvements can we make in LAVA  * What improvements can we make in Gerrit  * Speed ups/efficiencies. Goals -------- 1. Discuss new tests 2. Plan for keeping a unit alive in a failed state 3. Plan for bootloader testing (JTAG) 4. Discuss the best way to capture and present test results for developers

Participants:
attending abhishek-paliwal (Abhishek Paliwal)
attending amitk (Amit Kucheria)
attending asac (Alexander Sack)
attending berolinux (Bernhard Rosenkraenzer)
attending chaoyang (Chao Yang)
attending danilo (Данило Шеган)
attending doanac (Andy Doan)
attending dpigott (Dave Pigott)
attending espersson (Thomas Espersson)
attending fboudra (Fathi Boudra)
attending fgiff (Frans Gifford)
attending le-chi-thu (Le Chi Thu)
attending mathieu.poirier (Mathieu Poirier)
attending mwhudson (Michael Hudson-Doyle)
attending noritsuna-oesf (Noritsuna Imamura)
attending patrik-ryd (Patrik Ryd)
attending pfalcon (Paul Sokolovsky)
attending pfefferz (Zach Pfeffer)
attending pwlars (Paul Larson)
attending tony-mansson (Tony Mansson)

Tracks:
  • Android & Ubuntu Platforms
Grand Sierra G (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
11:00 - 11:55 EDT
As usual the Canonical hardware certification team will be hosting a session at UDS to plan and gather feedback about the general run of the certification programme for Ubuntu. For 12.04 LTS these are the goals of the improvements of the hardware certification team: == Blocked systems follow-up == When a system fails certification for a particular system the hardware certification team is doing a good job opening bugs, helping developers to debug the error and testing candidate fixes and packages. This is a great start, but for 12.04 LTS we need to improve the way we follow up those blocked system. How do we know when a system has been unblocked? When do we recertify? We need a proper policy for this, plus the needed integration between the certification site and Launchpad to be able to do this in an automated fashion. Also, we need to have good reports to help us following up for bugs waiting verification on -proposed. == Improve the efficiency of regular testing == Right now, the hardware certification team performs two types of regular testing: weekly testing on the development release and SRU testing on the kernels in -proposed. The weekly testing is currently run against all the systems scheduled to be certified in the next Ubuntu release and the SRU against all systems certified for the Ubuntu release that the SRU is being released for. We want to improve the efficiency of this type of regular testing by reducing the number of systems tested. The idea is to maintain a list of the minimum set of systems required for each of the testing. == Functional and stress testing coverage == Every 6 months the hardware certification team revisits the list of components that are covered in the certification programme and the list of tests that are part of the certification site. We will revisit the list and come up with a list of things that we will need to include (or remove) to the list for 12.04 LTS certification. Some ideas:  * USB 3.0  * 30 cycles suspend and hibernate  * Multitouch  * Battery  * Wifi slider (FCC requirement?) * BIOS modes: uEFI vs Compatibility vs Legacy

Participants:
attending anthonywong (Anthony Wong)
attending apulido (Ara Pulido)
attending bladernr (Jeff Lane)
attending brad-figg (Brad Figg)
attending brendan-donegan (Brendan Donegan)
attending colin-king (Colin Ian King)
attending cr3 (Marc Tardif)
attending ctf (Tim Chen)
attending davewalker (Dave Walker)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending kentb (Kent Baxley)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)

Tracks:
  • Hardware
Antigua 1 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Ensure the ability to fully use Ubuntu Medium in Ubuntu 12.04 This is needed for the typographic review of the user interface. It will be necessary to be able to ship and use Ubuntu Medium and Ubuntu Medium Italic without advise effects on the rest of the interface. Currently a metadata loss occurs in FontConfig, the font matching framework used on Linux. Data that is (incorrectly) presumed to be duplicated is discarded, later causing the substitution of Ubuntu Medium with Ubuntu Bold or vice-versa at higher up levels of the stack in Qt and Gtk+. Similar issues occur with the Linux Libertine typeface, another advanced font with multiple weights within the same family. To implement, this will require upstream fixing of FontConfig and associated libraries to fix the model. To encourage completion or this, Ubuntu Medium will be once again re-uploaded to the 12.04 archives at an early stage.   LP bug #744812. There's a data-loss (discarding additional meta-data on the assumption that it's duplication, when it's not) in FontConfig, which is perpetuated by anything that follows FC's data-model and presumptions (Qt, Gtk+).   I keep not getting far enough stuck to work out a decent solution. But two guesses at the moment are either to duplicate entries (give two slightly different entries) within the current model, or to extend the data-model to cope with the meta-data in the fonts themselves.   I believe that other OSs have two basic API entries; a "dumb" mode that just matches on string:name + bool:bold + bool:italic, and an advanced selection mode that selects based on string:name + integer:weight + integer:slant + string:style + etc.   The two advanced open fonts it affects are Ubuntu (shows up particular with Medium) and with Linux Libertine.

Participants:
attending sladen (Paul Sladen)
attending ted (Ted Gould)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Antigua 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
There are two big topics to discuss in this session: - Fixing the way we handle /etc/resolv.conf to be consistent across the whole distro - Integrate a DNS resolver daemon in the default Ubuntu desktop installation == The notes below are about including a local resolver in the default Ubuntu Desktop installation == The idea is to have a local resolver like dnsmasq or unbound running on all Ubuntu desktop installations and controlled by Network Manager. All machines would then use "nameserver 127.0.0.1" in their /etc/resolv.conf search path/domain may be retained in resolv.conf or moved into dnsmasq/unbound's configuration too. The main benefit of doing this is to increase overall responsiveness of the desktop by having a local DNS cache and allow for better dispatching of DNS queries. For example in the following scenario: - Wired connection with DNS 1.1.1.1 and domain blah.com - Wireless connection with DNS 2001::2 and domain example.com - VPN connection with DNS 2.2.2.2 and domain ubuntu.com With current Network Manager, all DNS queries would be going to 2.2.2.2, making everything slow if the latency on that link is high. Also, any request to blah.com or example.com will be sent to 2.2.2.2 which doesn't necessarily know these domains (if they are internal domains for example). The resolver will fix all that by sending DNS queries to the right server depending on the domain, will cache the results and will properly handle timeouts and detection of broken server, thereby reducing delays and reliability of DNS on Ubuntu.

Participants:
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending broder (Evan Broder)
attending davewalker (Dave Walker)
attending hloeung (Haw Loeung)
attending jdstrand (Jamie Strandboge)
attending lamont (LaMont Jones)
attending lfaraone (Luke Faraone)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending mathieu-tl (Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre)
attending mdeslaur (Marc Deslauriers)
attending mjeanson (Michael Jeanson)
attending sfeole (Sean Feole)
attending smoser (Scott Moser)
attending stefanor (Stefano Rivera)
attending stgraber (Stéphane Graber)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)
attending themuso (Luke Yelavich)
attending vorlon (Steve Langasek)

Tracks:
  • Foundations
Antigua 3 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Google Cloud Print allows printing on your local printers from whereever you can send jobs to the Google Cloud Print service, especially from mobile devices, like smartphones, tablets, and computers running Google Chrome OS. Google itself only offers to either use HP ePrint printers (network printers which can receive print jobs by e-mail) or to use the Chromium browser as server to share the local printers to Cloud Print. The latter is officially only supported under Windows and Mac OS X, but under Linux it can be enabled through a secret "Cheat Mode", entering the URL "about:Flags" and enabling the “Cloud Print Proxy” entry, then clicking the wrench at the upper right and selecting "Preferences" -> "Under The Hood" and there will be a "Google Cloud Print" section near the end of the list. So these methods are awkward, running a full-featured browser only to make available ones printers or to have to use a printer out of small choice of models. There is also a "cloudprint" package in Universe which is a small lightweight command line tool to replace the Cloud Print functionality of Chromium, but usual desktop users are not aware of that. What we would need is something like a capplet in GNOME Control Center to (de)activate and configure Google Cloud Print. This GUI needs to be designed and it also needs to be decided which user daemon will be used to enable Cloud Print, the one of Chromium or the "cloudprint" package.

Participants:
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending charlinepoirier (Charline Poirier)
attending cjohnston (Chris Johnston)
attending dbarth (David Barth)
attending dpitkin (David Pitkin)
attending larsu (Lars Uebernickel)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending pitti (Martin Pitt)
attending rodrigo-moya (Rodrigo Moya)
attending sil (Stuart Langridge)
attending themuso (Luke Yelavich)
attending till-kamppeter (Till Kamppeter)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Antigua 4 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Private Ops Review for TI LT

Tracks:
  • General
Boca VI
ARM & Fujitsu Business Meeting

Participants:
attending akira-tsukamoto (Akira Tsukamoto)
attending ishikawa-jun-07 (Jun Ishikawa)
attending jamiebennett (Jamie Bennett)
attending roger-teague (Roger Teague)
attending steve-bannister (Steve Bannister)

Tracks:
  • Business
Boca VII Go to Blueprint
Community testing of accessibility during the development cycle. During most cycles, testing can not be started until the last month or later of the cycle. Testing needs to start as close to the cycle start as possible, with Alpha2 as the latest date to be able to test it.

Participants:
attending charlie-tca (Charlie Kravetz)
attending frederik-gladhorn (Frederik Gladhorn)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending pendulum (Penelope Stowe)
attending themuso (Luke Yelavich)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Bonaire 1 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Discussion and handling of various virtualization solutions on the ARM platform including Codezero Embedded Hypervisor and KVM

Participants:
attending ahs3 (Al Stone)
attending craig.magina (Craig Magina)
attending davewalker (Dave Walker)
attending gruemaster (Tobin Davis)
attending hoffman-p (Assaf Hoffman)
attending ikepanhc (Ike Panhc)
attending jason-hobbs (Jason Hobbs)
attending jeff-underhill (Jeff Underhill)
attending justin-l-werner (Justin L Werner)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending martinbogo (Martin Bogomolni)
attending mcasadevall (Michael Casadevall)
attending riku-voipio (Riku Voipio)
attending zulcss (Chuck Short)

Tracks:
  • Ubuntu ARM
Bonaire 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Discussion and action items coming from UDS-P for the direction and development of the LoCo Team Portal during the "P" Cycle This to discuss: Bug #878593

Participants:
attending bdfhjk (Marek Bardoński)
attending cjohnston (Chris Johnston)
attending cprofitt (Charles Profitt)
attending czajkowski (Laura Czajkowski)
attending daker (Adnane Belmadiaf)
attending fourdollars (Shih-Yuan Lee)
attending lyz (Elizabeth K. Joseph)
attending mhall119 (Michael Hall)
attending nigelbabu (Nigel Babu)
attending svwilliams (Stephen V. Williams)
attending txwikinger (Ralph Janke)
attending yoboy-leguesh (YoBoY)

Tracks:
  • Community
Bonaire 3 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending KVM plans for p ( Server and Cloud )
kvm plans:    * 1.0    * spice    * robust caps-lock handling    * vde (needs MIR) Community requests?

Participants:
attending ahs3 (Al Stone)
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending craig.magina (Craig Magina)
attending davewalker (Dave Walker)
attending jdstrand (Jamie Strandboge)
attending jplans (Jose Plans)
attending lynxman (Marc Cluet)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending serge-hallyn (Serge Hallyn)
attending soren (Soren Hansen)
attending stefan-bader-canonical (Stefan Bader)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)
attending therve (Thomas Herve)
attending tyhicks (Tyler Hicks)

Tracks:
  • Server and Cloud
Bonaire 4 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
With our switch to tb this cycle we let the default installation without a calendering solution. We should decide if we need one by default. We might not need a full client ui but we should probably at least have a way to subscribe to a remote calendar to have desktop integration and notifications working

Participants:
attending alkisg (Alkis Georgopoulos)
attending andreasn (Andreas Nilsson)
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending chrisccoulson (Chris Coulson)
attending cmiller (Chad Miller)
attending czajkowski (Laura Czajkowski)
attending davidc3 (David Callé)
attending gekker (Gary Ekker)
attending gilir (Julien Lavergne)
attending ivoks (Ante Karamatić)
attending jamesf (James Ferguson)
attending ken-vandine (Ken VanDine)
attending knitzsche (Kyle Nitzsche)
attending mdeslaur (Marc Deslauriers)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending om26er (Omer Akram)
attending osomon (Olivier Tilloy)
attending ove-risberg (Ove Risberg)
attending seb128 (Sebastien Bacher)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Bonaire 6 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
We will present Developers.com, a site for developers to find the tools they need to create apps.

Participants:
attending chihchun (Rex Tsai)
attending dpm (David Planella)
attending gary-lasker (Gary Lasker)
attending jamesf (James Ferguson)
attending johnoxton (John Oxton)
attending lexical (Keng-Yü Lin)
attending nuthinking (Christian Giordano)
attending rick-rickspencer3 (Rick Spencer)
attending slavender (Scott Lavender)
attending txwikinger (Ralph Janke)
attending yaili (Inayaili de León)

Tracks:
  • Design
Bonaire 7 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
David Brash of ARM will discuss the ARMv7 architecture with an emphasis on new features.

Participants:
attending ams-codesourcery (Andrew Stubbs)
attending asa-sandahl (Asa Sandahl)
attending chunsang (Chunsang Jeong)
attending girish-shivananjappa (Girish K S)
attending kurt-r-taylor (Kurt Taylor)
attending marcoil (Marc Ordinas i Llopis)
attending mwaddel (Matt Waddel)
attending pahmann (Philipp Ahmann)
attending paulliu (Ying-Chun Liu)
attending pmaydell (Peter Maydell)
attending qzhang (Spring Zhang)
attending sangwook (Sangwook Lee)
attending subashp (Subash Patel)

Tracks:
  • Training
Grand Sierra F (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
In this session we'll talk about the future of Linaro Android and brainstorm ways we can make things better for the platform. Agenda: ICS Android's Pandaboard Build Community unification Phone builds/components RT Linux Android LTS (long-term-support) Single Android image Getting to 48 hour monkey Goals: Have a lively discussion about Linaro's future Android plans Generate ideas for future topics

Participants:
attending abhishek-paliwal (Abhishek Paliwal)
attending berolinux (Bernhard Rosenkraenzer)
attending fboudra (Fathi Boudra)
attending fgiff (Frans Gifford)
attending mathieu.poirier (Mathieu Poirier)
attending noritsuna-oesf (Noritsuna Imamura)
attending patrik-ryd (Patrik Ryd)
attending pfalcon (Paul Sokolovsky)
attending pfefferz (Zach Pfeffer)
attending tony-mansson (Tony Mansson)
attending vishalbhoj (Vishal Bhoj)

Tracks:
  • Android & Ubuntu Platforms
Grand Sierra G (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Session remotely led by Vincent Guittot We will discuss the results of investigations into sched_mc - how to make it save power on dual core, single cluster - results for quad-core experiements

Participants:
attending amitdanielk (Amit Daniel Kachhap)
attending amitk (Amit Kucheria)
attending damm (Magnus Damm)
attending mturquette (Mike Turquette)
attending omar.ramirez (Omar Ramirez Luna)
attending paulmck (Paul McKenney)
attending r-herring (Rob Herring)
attending shawnguo (Shawn Guo)
attending skannan-p (Saravana Kannan)
attending steve-bannister (Steve Bannister)
attending tony-mansson (Tony Mansson)
attending vincent-guittot (Vincent Guittot)

Tracks:
  • Power Management
Grand Sierra H (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
This Summit will bring together the main players in ARM Set Top Box to describe their current plans and problems, to promote wider understanding and collaboration. The aim will be to propose initial solutions and with Linaro able to coordinate moving forward

Participants:
attending adconrad (Adam Conrad)
attending david-rusling (David Rusling)
attending fader (Ronald McCollam)
attending ibiris (Ilias Biris)
attending jesse-barker (Jesse Barker)
attending kiko (Christian Reis)
attending ld-anderson (Lars Anderson)
attending lool (Loïc Minier)
attending rsalveti (Ricardo Salveti)
attending steve-mcintyre (Steve McIntyre)
attending subashp (Subash Patel)
attending vtuson (Victor Tuson Palau)

Tracks:
  • Linaro Summits
Grand Sierra I (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
12:00 - 13:00 EDT
Discuss where to focus AppArmor development and integration efforts, part 1 of 2.

Participants:
attending jdstrand (Jamie Strandboge)
attending jjohansen (John Johansen)
attending mdeslaur (Marc Deslauriers)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending sbeattie (Steve Beattie)
attending tyhicks (Tyler Hicks)

Tracks:
  • Security
Antigua 1 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
The Kernel SRU cadence continues to march along. It has been tweaked a bit now and then as needed. It is time once again to see if it needs further refinement or is it the thing of beauty we believe it to be.

Participants:
attending brad-figg (Brad Figg)
attending brendan-donegan (Brendan Donegan)
attending colin-king (Colin Ian King)
attending fourdollars (Shih-Yuan Lee)
attending gruemaster (Tobin Davis)
attending herton (Herton R. Krzesinski)
attending jamesf (James Ferguson)
attending jibel (Jean-Baptiste Lallement)
attending jsalisbury (Joseph Salisbury)
attending leannogasawara (Leann Ogasawara)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending mdeslaur (Marc Deslauriers)
attending stefan-bader-canonical (Stefan Bader)

Tracks:
  • Hardware
Antigua 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Using 1.5GB DVD Image by default

Participants:
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending broder (Evan Broder)
attending bryce (Bryce Harrington)
attending davidc3 (David Callé)
attending gilir (Julien Lavergne)
attending jasoncwarner (Jason Warner)
attending jibel (Jean-Baptiste Lallement)
attending jonathan (Jonathan Carter)
attending laney (Iain iain@orangesquash.org.uk)
attending lfaraone (Luke Faraone)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending stefanor (Stefano Rivera)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)
attending tgm4883 (Thomas Mashos)
attending themuso (Luke Yelavich)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Antigua 3 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Review LTS release schedule, coordinate across teams, plan delivery across milestones.

Participants:
attending adconrad (Adam Conrad)
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending brad-figg (Brad Figg)
attending charlie-tca (Charlie Kravetz)
attending davewalker (Dave Walker)
attending ev (Evan Dandrea)
attending gema (Gema Gomez)
attending gilir (Julien Lavergne)
attending jibel (Jean-Baptiste Lallement)
attending jonobacon (Jono Bacon)
attending jplans (Jose Plans)
attending jr (Jonathan Riddell)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending laney (Iain iain@orangesquash.org.uk)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending pancro (Ezio de Mauro)
attending pvillavi (Pedro Villavicencio)
attending slavender (Scott Lavender)
attending stefanor (Stefano Rivera)
attending stgraber (Stéphane Graber)
attending superm1 (Mario Limonciello)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)
attending tgm4883 (Thomas Mashos)
attending ttx (Thierry Carrez)

Tracks:
  • Other
Bonaire 1 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
An opportunity to meet the community and discuss initiatives for the next cycle. Topics: - content in design blog - creative community initiatives (wallpaper, music)

Participants:
attending alanbell (Alan Bell)
attending bwinton (Blake Winton)
attending charlinepoirier (Charline Poirier)
attending cjohnston (Chris Johnston)
attending czajkowski (Laura Czajkowski)
attending nuthinking (Christian Giordano)
attending sladen (Paul Sladen)
attending yaili (Inayaili de León)

Tracks:
  • Design
Bonaire 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
P-cycle discussion of the master git tree maintenance

Participants:
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending brad-figg (Brad Figg)
attending colin-king (Colin Ian King)
attending ikepanhc (Ike Panhc)
attending kamalmostafa (Kamal Mostafa)
attending lli5 (Li Li)
attending vanhoof (Chris Van Hoof)

Tracks:
  • Hardware
Bonaire 3 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Discussion during UDS-P on the further plans and development for summit.ubuntu.com Discussion Items:  * Header links and navigation, currently too many links in the header  * Setting up summit to run concurrent summits allowing for the removal of the Linaro hard coding All items which were not completed last cycle have been added to this list.

Participants:
attending cjohnston (Chris Johnston)
attending cprofitt (Charles Profitt)
attending czajkowski (Laura Czajkowski)
attending danilo (Данило Шеган)
attending davewalker (Dave Walker)
attending davidc3 (David Callé)
attending flacoste (Francis J. Lacoste)
attending james-w (James Westby)
attending joey (Joey Stanford)
attending jorge (Jorge Castro)
attending matthew.revell (Matthew Revell)
attending mhall119 (Michael Hall)
attending nigelbabu (Nigel Babu)
attending pendulum (Penelope Stowe)
attending rick-rickspencer3 (Rick Spencer)
attending svwilliams (Stephen V. Williams)
attending txwikinger (Ralph Janke)

Tracks:
  • Community
Bonaire 4 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Despite current efforts Ubuntu still receives lots of bug reports without a package. These bugs are may be about serious issues in Ubuntu and are unlikely to be triaged. Using launchpadlib and text processing is it possible to determine what packages these bugs may be about? Are there other ways to determine the right package for them?

Participants:
attending brian-murray (Brian Murray)
attending bryce (Bryce Harrington)
attending flacoste (Francis J. Lacoste)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)

Tracks:
  • Foundations
Bonaire 5 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
We'd like the tutorials section of the app developer site to grow with interesting content for Ubuntu app developers. In this session we'll discuss and come up with a plan to do that. Ideas: - Brainstorming of topics where we need tutorials - Structure the list of topics in a shortlist of essential ones - Reach out to the community to assign at least one person to a tutorial - Set up editorial permissions and process in place on the app developer site

Participants:
attending bdfhjk (Marek Bardoński)
attending cprofitt (Charles Profitt)
attending davidc3 (David Callé)
attending dpitkin (David Pitkin)
attending dpm (David Planella)
attending elachuni (Anthony Lenton)
attending gary-lasker (Gary Lasker)
attending jml (Jonathan Lange)
attending jpugh (John Pugh)
attending rick-rickspencer3 (Rick Spencer)
attending txwikinger (Ralph Janke)

Tracks:
  • Community
Bonaire 6 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
kde filesharing improvements/fixes

Participants:
attending jr (Jonathan Riddell)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Bonaire 7 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
LTS Thunderbird Enhancements

Participants:
attending allison (Allison Randal)
attending andreasn (Andreas Nilsson)
attending bwinton (Blake Winton)
attending carifio (Mike Carifio)
attending chihchun (Rex Tsai)
attending chrisccoulson (Chris Coulson)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending gekker (Gary Ekker)
attending lfaraone (Luke Faraone)
attending marc-descharles (Aquilon)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending mconley (Mike Conley)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending ove-risberg (Ove Risberg)
attending randall (Randall Ross)
attending ricotz (Rico Tzschichholz)
attending seb128 (Sebastien Bacher)
attending sfeole (Sean Feole)
attending ssweeny (Scott Sweeny)
attending themuso (Luke Yelavich)
attending wmills (Bill Mills)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Curacao 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending Porting Android to New Platforms ( Android & Ubuntu Platforms )
Agenda of "Android Porting" session at Connect. ============================== This will be a "How-To" session on "Porting Android on New Platforms", including but not limited to following sub-topics:    * Android Software Stack overview    * AOSP Code structure    * Vendor/Device specific settings and HAL implementations/hooks.    * AOSP Build process.    * Android Boot process. * Android Debugging

Participants:
attending abhishek-paliwal (Abhishek Paliwal)
attending asac (Alexander Sack)
attending chaoyang (Chao Yang)
attending doanac (Andy Doan)
attending fgiff (Frans Gifford)
attending kurt-r-taylor (Kurt Taylor)
attending mathieu.poirier (Mathieu Poirier)
attending patrik-ryd (Patrik Ryd)
attending paulliu (Ying-Chun Liu)
attending pundiramit (Amit Pundir)
attending ryanharkin (Ryan Harkin)
attending sachin.kamat (Sachin Kamat)
attending tixy (Tixy (Jon Medhurst))
attending uweigand (Ulrich Weigand)

Tracks:
  • Android & Ubuntu Platforms
Curacao 5 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Placeholder for the first presentation for the NEON Optimization Forum. Mans Rullgard will give a presentation on NEON optimization best practices.

Participants:
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending chihchun (Rex Tsai)
attending ibiris (Ilias Biris)
attending pahmann (Philipp Ahmann)
attending subashp (Subash Patel)

Tracks:
  • Graphics and Multimedia
Grand Sierra G (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Discussion of of overall Linaro kernel process, including CI loop and bug tracking, Android trees, Landing Team trees, upstream coordination, etc. Etherpad @ http://summit.linaro.org/uds-p/meeting/19260/linaro-kernel-ci-loop/

Participants:
attending angus-akkea (Angus Ainslie)
attending asac (Alexander Sack)
attending dave-martin-arm (Dave Martin)
attending jcrigby (John Rigby)
attending marcus-lorentzon (Marcus Lorentzon)
attending mounir-bsaibes (Mounir Bsaibes)
attending mwhudson (Michael Hudson-Doyle)
attending npitre (Nicolas Pitre)
attending omar.ramirez (Omar Ramirez Luna)
attending pfefferz (Zach Pfeffer)
attending pwlars (Paul Larson)
attending qzhang (Spring Zhang)
attending r-herring (Rob Herring)
attending scottb (Scott Bambrough)
attending shawnguo (Shawn Guo)
attending triad (Linus Walleij)
attending tusharbehera (Tushar Behera)
attending wmills (Bill Mills)

Tracks:
  • Kernel
Grand Sierra H (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Select a GL tracing and debugging tool and add EGL/GLES2.0 support to it.

Participants:
attending afrantzis (Alexandros Frantzis)
attending chunsang (Chunsang Jeong)
attending ibiris (Ilias Biris)
attending marcoil (Marc Ordinas i Llopis)

Tracks:
  • Graphics and Multimedia
Grand Sierra I (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
13:00 - 14:00 EDT
Lunch
14:00 - 14:15 EDT [PLENARY]
David Brash
Grand Sierra D (Audio Feed)
14:15 - 14:30 EDT [PLENARY]
David Brash
Grand Sierra D (Audio Feed)
14:30 - 14:45 EDT [PLENARY]
Keith Bergelt from OIN
Grand Sierra D (Audio Feed)
14:45 - 15:00 EDT [PLENARY]
Grand Sierra D (Audio Feed)
15:00 - 16:00 EDT
Ubuntu certification is entirely performed by Canonical engineers, who receive systems to be certified and test them on a Canonical facility. It would be desirable to allow partners to perform a pre-test themselves on-site, so they can have a clear idea of whether a system is likely to be certified, and take any action they deem necessary. This eases the logistics and increases the amount of systems that can be tested by allowing partners to anticipate work that needs to be done. However, since a certification program implies a strong validation component, the process needs to be improved and formalized to better respond to the special requirements of this new arrangement. A third-party testing environment introduces the following challenges (note possible solutions in parentheses): - non-Canonical engineers won't be as familiar with the Ubuntu certification suite (make the tests less prone to failure and clearer in their instructions, have clear, unambiguous documentation on how to run tests and what to do when they fail, improve the tests and redesign the testing tool's user interface to make the process friendlier and more "foolproof"). - A certain motivation for "cheating" appears (automate as much as possible, so as to reduce reliance on a human's judgement at test runtime. do not show the results during the testing process. Instead, results are sent to Canonical for assessment.). - Partner testing labs may not have internet connectivity (ensure that the tools can reliably collect all needed data offline, and submit on a connected system). Particular suggestions include: - A complete redesign of the Checkbox UI to address usability concerns that have been raised both in the past and as part of the large amount of feedback gathered from Ubuntu Friendly. This is particularly important as the tool gets wider exposure and is compared to other, more polished applications present in Ubuntu. - Splitting the tests into categories:   1 - Tests that can be executed and verified automatically (no human interaction required - testing CPU frequency governors)   2 - Tests where the system can perform the required action and only confirmation is required from a human. (Changing display resolution)   3 - Tests where a human has to perform an action and then the system can test and decide whether the test passes (insert USB stick and automatically test read/write behavior, wiggling the mouse and checking that things work as expected) - For category 2, collecting the information for later review, possibly by Canonical engineers, so the partners will mainly collect information and won't necessarily receive feedback as to which tests passed and which failed. - An "academic exam" approach, where, as mentioned, the testing tools just collect raw data and send to Canonical for analysis. To avoid all possible forms of cheating, some form of video surveillance has been suggested. - Signing and/or encryption of test data, to identify and/or avoid tampering. This needs more thought as, being free software, the source code for the tools is widely available. - Looking at the way Checkbox is used currently and adding functionality that's needed (keeping old submissions, something that at the moment is done ad hoc, but whose frequent need indicates it should be doable through the UI). - Leveraging information gathered from the Ubuntu Friendly program. Since this will have widespread use, a lot can be learned about which tests are important to people, how people are running them, how to make them easier or automate them, and how to redesign the user interface for the testing tools to make the process as streamlined as possible. Ubuntu Friendly constitutes an external user running the test suite without prior knowledge and no help, so the usability and automation improvements that will derive from that program will prove valuable to enhance the partner self-performed pretesting experience. Partners will be benefited by faster certification times, since they can get faster local feedback on how their systems perform prior to sending them in for actual certification. Canonical hardware certification engineers will profit from a more-automated set of tests and tools, enabling them to certify more systems. End-users will benefit from a wider selection of Ubuntu-certified systems, with the confidence that results are trustworthy due to the verification processes in place to prevent faulty systems from gaining certified status. All three will also benefit from the widespread on-the-field experience, knowledge, user interface redesign and test improvements stemming from the Ubuntu Friendly program and results.

Participants:
attending bladernr (Jeff Lane)
attending brad-figg (Brad Figg)
attending brendan-donegan (Brendan Donegan)
attending colin-king (Colin Ian King)
attending cr3 (Marc Tardif)
attending ctf (Tim Chen)
attending erw-ubuntu (erw-ubuntu)
attending jason-hobbs (Jason Hobbs)
attending javier.collado (Javier Collado)
attending jibel (Jean-Baptiste Lallement)
attending maaarc (Marc Legris)
attending roadmr (Daniel Manrique)
attending sylvain-pineau (Sylvain Pineau)

Tracks:
  • Hardware
Antigua 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending GNOME Version ( Desktop )
discuss what GNOME version we will track for the LTS.

Participants:
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending chihchun (Rex Tsai)
attending chrisccoulson (Chris Coulson)
attending davidc3 (David Callé)
attending didrocks (Didier Roche)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending elle.uca (Luca Ferretti)
attending gary-lasker (Gary Lasker)
attending gekker (Gary Ekker)
attending gilir (Julien Lavergne)
attending jbicha (Jeremy Bicha)
attending ken-vandine (Ken VanDine)
attending laney (Iain iain@orangesquash.org.uk)
attending lexical (Keng-Yü Lin)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending mdeslaur (Marc Deslauriers)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending mterry (Michael Terry)
attending om26er (Omer Akram)
attending ricotz (Rico Tzschichholz)
attending robert-ancell (Robert Ancell)
attending rodrigo-moya (Rodrigo Moya)
attending seb128 (Sebastien Bacher)
attending themuso (Luke Yelavich)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Antigua 3 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint

Tracks:
  • General
Boca VI
Based on the results of the Ubuntu Community Survey (http://www.jonobacon.org/2011/10/24/ubuntu-community-survey-results/) a common area of de-motivation is with community members often bickering about Ubuntu and it's focus and direction. Many felt like this was frustrating because many of those who bicker contribute little.

Participants:
attending andrenoel (Andre Noel)
attending charlie-tca (Charlie Kravetz)
attending christophe.sauthier (Christophe Sauthier)
attending cjohnston (Chris Johnston)
attending cprofitt (Charles Profitt)
attending czajkowski (Laura Czajkowski)
attending gary-lasker (Gary Lasker)
attending jonobacon (Jono Bacon)
attending kamalmostafa (Kamal Mostafa)
attending lfaraone (Luke Faraone)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending pendulum (Penelope Stowe)
attending rafik (Rafik Ouerchefani)
attending randall (Randall Ross)
attending txwikinger (Ralph Janke)
attending valorie-zimmerman (Valorie Zimmerman)
attending yoboy-leguesh (YoBoY)

Tracks:
  • Community
Bonaire 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
For some derivative products based on Ubuntu, it is key to be able to offer some customization of Unity. For example, business and government entities running Ubuntu would prefer to have other applications on the home lens than photo viewers and music players. It is also important for localized images for regions like China.

Participants:
attending 3v1n0 (Marco Trevisan (Treviño))
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending amaranth (Travis Watkins)
attending appsmanster (Appsmanster)
attending bfiller (Bill Filler)
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending dbarth (David Barth)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending elle.uca (Luca Ferretti)
attending fourdollars (Shih-Yuan Lee)
attending gary-lasker (Gary Lasker)
attending gekker (Gary Ekker)
attending jamesf (James Ferguson)
attending johnlea (John Lea)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending njpatel (Neil J. Patel)
attending osomon (Olivier Tilloy)
attending pendulum (Penelope Stowe)
attending ranman (Randy Linnell)
attending smagoun (Steve Magoun)
attending ssweeny (Scott Sweeny)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)
attending uriboni (Ugo Riboni)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Bonaire 4 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
* Whither Kubuntu Mobile? * Plasma Active for the win?

Participants:
attending david.wonderly (David Wonderly)
attending jr (Jonathan Riddell)
attending quintasan (Michał Zając)
attending rbelem (Rodrigo Belem)
attending txwikinger (Ralph Janke)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Bonaire 5 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Present current state of OpenJDK on ARM for the p-series

Participants:
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending adconrad (Adam Conrad)
attending doko (Matthias Klose)
attending gruemaster (Tobin Davis)
attending james-page (James Page)
attending jcrigby (John Rigby)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending r-herring (Rob Herring)
attending riku-voipio (Riku Voipio)
attending sbeattie (Steve Beattie)
attending wmills (Bill Mills)

Tracks:
  • Foundations
Bonaire 6 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
CEPH has become a first class object and block storage mechanism, and has integration hooks for key pieces of Ubuntu Cloud Infrastructure. Especially interesting is CEPH-RBD for storing kvm block devices on the scalable CEPH block store, and the Hadoop HDFS shim to replace HDFS with CEPH in hadoop clusters.

Participants:
attending ahs3 (Al Stone)
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending clint-fewbar (Clint Byrum)
attending coleton (cole crawford)
attending craig.magina (Craig Magina)
attending davewalker (Dave Walker)
attending gandelman-a (Adam Gandelman)
attending heckj (Joseph Heck)
attending ivoks (Ante Karamatić)
attending james-page (James Page)
attending jdstrand (Jamie Strandboge)
attending jeff-underhill (Jeff Underhill)
attending justin-l-werner (Justin L Werner)
attending kirkland (Dustin Kirkland )
attending lynxman (Marc Cluet)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending mark-mims (Mark Mims)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending nijaba (Nick Barcet)
attending sage-newdream (Sage Weil)
attending serge-hallyn (Serge Hallyn)
attending soren (Soren Hansen)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)
attending tyhicks (Tyler Hicks)

Tracks:
  • Server and Cloud
Bonaire 7 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Jay's plenary, but as a session

Participants:
attending andreagrandi (Andrea Grandi)
attending jorge (Jorge Castro)

Tracks:
  • Community
Bonaire 8 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
General improvement of power consumption

Participants:
attending 3v1n0 (Marco Trevisan (Treviño))
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending amaranth (Travis Watkins)
attending andreserl (Andres Rodriguez)
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending broder (Evan Broder)
attending bryce (Bryce Harrington)
attending chihchun (Rex Tsai)
attending colin-king (Colin Ian King)
attending ev (Evan Dandrea)
attending gary-lasker (Gary Lasker)
attending gekker (Gary Ekker)
attending gilir (Julien Lavergne)
attending ikepanhc (Ike Panhc)
attending jamesf (James Ferguson)
attending kentb (Kent Baxley)
attending ken-vandine (Ken VanDine)
attending kiwinote (Kiwinote)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending martinbogo (Martin Bogomolni)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending om26er (Omer Akram)
attending osomon (Olivier Tilloy)
attending pitti (Martin Pitt)
attending p-pisati (Paolo Pisati)
attending raof (Chris Halse Rogers)
attending rick-rickspencer3 (Rick Spencer)
attending ricotz (Rico Tzschichholz)
attending sarvatt (Robert Hooker)
attending sfeole (Sean Feole)
attending sforshee (Seth Forshee)
attending smagoun (Steve Magoun)
attending ssweeny (Scott Sweeny)
attending stefan-bader-canonical (Stefan Bader)
attending stefanor (Stefano Rivera)
attending taitenpeng (Taiten taiten.peng@canonical.com)
attending themuso (Luke Yelavich)
attending tom-leiming (Ming Lei)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Curacao 1 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
The Ubuntu online brand guidelines will make it easier to access the guidelines, download assets, look at examples of design work; it will be an important tool for Canonical and the entire Ubuntu community, and useful in communicating the brand clearly and in the right way. We'd like to present the first version of the site, get feedback, hear comments, suggestions, etc., so that it can as useful and easy to use as possible.

Participants:
attending cjohnston (Chris Johnston)
attending cprofitt (Charles Profitt)
attending davidc3 (David Callé)
attending mattgriffin (Matt Griffin)
attending mhall119 (Michael Hall)
attending nigelbabu (Nigel Babu)
attending yaili (Inayaili de León)
attending yoboy-leguesh (YoBoY)

Tracks:
  • Design
Curacao 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Afternoon engineering and hacking session for Toolchain and OCTO Working Groups

Participants:
attending ams-codesourcery (Andrew Stubbs)
attending asa-sandahl (Asa Sandahl)
attending davidgil-uk (Dr. David Alan Gilbert)
attending david-rusling (David Rusling)
attending lool (Loïc Minier)
attending markos-genesi-usa (Konstantinos Margaritis)
attending paulmck (Paul McKenney)
attending pmaydell (Peter Maydell)
attending steve-mcintyre (Steve McIntyre)
attending uweigand (Ulrich Weigand)

Tracks:
  • Hackfest
  • Toolchain
Curacao 3 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending Graphics & Multimedia WG Engineering Wednesday 1 ( Graphics and Multimedia , Hackfest )
Afternoon engineering and hacking sessions for Graphics and Multimedia Working Groups

Participants:
attending afrantzis (Alexandros Frantzis)
attending amaranth (Travis Watkins)
attending b34248 (Feng Wei)
attending benjamin-gaignard (Benjamin Gaignard)
attending chunsang (Chunsang Jeong)
attending jesse-barker (Jesse Barker)
attending kurt-r-taylor (Kurt Taylor)
attending mansr (Mans Rullgard)
attending marcoil (Marc Ordinas i Llopis)
attending marcus-lorentzon (Marcus Lorentzon)
attending rob-ti (Rob Clark)
attending sumit-semwal (Sumit Semwal)

Tracks:
  • Graphics and Multimedia
  • Hackfest
Curacao 4 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Discussion with David Brash of ARM

Participants:
attending amitk (Amit Kucheria)
attending angus-akkea (Angus Ainslie)
attending david-rusling (David Rusling)
attending ibiris (Ilias Biris)
attending jesse-barker (Jesse Barker)
attending kiko (Christian Reis)
attending pfefferz (Zach Pfeffer)
attending qzhang (Spring Zhang)
attending r-herring (Rob Herring)
attending rob-ti (Rob Clark)
attending roger-teague (Roger Teague)
attending sangwook (Sangwook Lee)
attending steve-bannister (Steve Bannister)
attending steve-mcintyre (Steve McIntyre)

Tracks:
  • General
Curacao 5 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending Kernel & Power Mgt WG Engineering Wednesday 1 ( Hackfest , Kernel , Power Management )
Afternoon engineering and hacking session for Kernel and Power Mgt Working Groups

Participants:
attending amitdanielk (Amit Daniel Kachhap)
attending amitk (Amit Kucheria)
attending dave-martin-arm (Dave Martin)
attending mturquette (Mike Turquette)
attending niklas-hernaeus (Niklas Hernaeus)
attending npitre (Nicolas Pitre)
attending robertdavidlee (Robert D Lee)
attending shawnguo (Shawn Guo)
attending sumit-semwal (Sumit Semwal)
attending tom-leiming (Ming Lei)

Tracks:
  • Hackfest
  • Kernel
  • Power Management
Curacao 6 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Afternoon engineering and hacking session for Validation and Infrastructure Working Groups

Participants:
attending danilo (Данило Шеган)
attending dooferlad (James Tunnicliffe)
attending dpigott (Dave Pigott)
attending le-chi-thu (Le Chi Thu)
attending liuyq0307 (Liu Yongqin)
attending mabac (Mattias Backman)
attending mwhudson (Michael Hudson-Doyle)
attending pfalcon (Paul Sokolovsky)
attending pwlars (Paul Larson)
attending qzhang (Spring Zhang)
attending salgado (Guilherme Salgado)
attending zkrynicki (Zygmunt Krynicki)

Tracks:
  • Hackfest
  • Validation & LAVA
Curacao 7 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending Platform WG Engineering Wednesday 1 ( Android & Ubuntu Platforms , Hackfest )
Afternoon engineering and hacking session for Platform Working Group

Participants:
attending abhishek-paliwal (Abhishek Paliwal)
attending aviksil (Avik Sil)
attending berolinux (Bernhard Rosenkraenzer)
attending botao-sun (Botao Sun)
attending chaoyang (Chao Yang)
attending fgiff (Frans Gifford)
attending hrw (Marcin Juszkiewicz)
attending jcrigby (John Rigby)
attending patrik-ryd (Patrik Ryd)
attending pfefferz (Zach Pfeffer)
attending tom-gall (Tom Gall)
attending vishalbhoj (Vishal Bhoj)
attending wookey (Wookey)

Tracks:
  • Android & Ubuntu Platforms
  • Hackfest
Curacao 8 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
The Ubuntu Cloud images are built by a loose confederation of scripts. There is no documentation on how to setup an image build server, nor is there any documentation on the dependencies of the scripts. This blue print seeks to consolidate the information and consolidate the tools to make reproduction of a build server and maintenance of the scripts easier.

Participants:
attending cody-somerville (Cody A.W. Somerville)
attending davewalker (Dave Walker)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending nijaba (Nick Barcet)
attending smagoun (Steve Magoun)
attending utlemming (Ben Howard)

Tracks:
  • Server and Cloud
Grand Sierra F (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Afternoon of engineering and hacking for Member Services

Participants:
attending dave-long (David Long)
attending jassisinghbrar (Jassi Brar)
attending mathieu.poirier (Mathieu Poirier)
attending paulliu (Ying-Chun Liu)
attending triad (Linus Walleij)

Tracks:
  • Hackfest
Grand Sierra G (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Afternoon of engineering and hacking for Member Services

Participants:
attending angus-akkea (Angus Ainslie)
attending sachin.kamat (Sachin Kamat)
attending sangwook (Sangwook Lee)
attending tusharbehera (Tushar Behera)

Tracks:
  • Hackfest
Grand Sierra H (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Linaro Roadmap Review - Agenda TBD

Participants:
attending david-rusling (David Rusling)
attending gcgrey (George Grey)
attending kiko (Christian Reis)
attending paulmck (Paul McKenney)
attending roger-teague (Roger Teague)
attending vpasam (Vijay Pasam)

Tracks:
  • Linaro Summits
Grand Sierra I (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
16:15 - 17:00 EDT
We currently have a couple of problems with the Firefox and Thunderbird upgrade experience, which users of Mozilla's update service don't experience (ie, everybody on Windows, Mac, or anyone using mozilla.org binaries on Linux). 1) A long standing issue we have is that upgrades totally break all currently running instances of Firefox or Thunderbird until they are restarted. This is made worse because we move the install location around between updates, but pulling the rug from underneath any running instance is probably never going to work reliably, even if the install location doesn't change. Note, this isn't just an issue with Mozilla applications - we just notice it more because we update them a lot more frequently than anything else in the archive. As another example, there was a glade -> GtkBuilder transition a few cycles ago, where upgrades between distro-versions broke things such as the currently running instance of gnome-panel [2] due to the glade files being replaced with gtkbuilder ui files. I just wanted to point this out before people start blaming Firefox that this is really a problem with how our package manager works... Upstream are currently planning work around silent updates, and they have a wiki page documenting how their update process will probably work [3]. We might be able to learn some things from this. 2) We have no way of warning people if any of their addons might stop working when we offer them an upgrade. People using upstream builds are notified before an upgrade if any of their ddons aren't compatible with the update, and if there are no addon updates available to fix this. Do we want to provide such functionality, bearing in mind: - We haven't had that many bug reports yet from users complaining of addons being incompatible after an upgrade, although there have been 1 or 2. - As of the time of writing, 92% of addons on AMO are compatible with the current Firefox beta (due to be released on November 8th). However, approximately 75% of addons in use are not hosted on AMO [4]. - From Firefox 10 (Jan 31st, 2012), addons are going to default to being compatible, with some exceptions (addons with binary components) [4]. [1] - https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/desktop-p-mozilla-upgrade-experience [2] - https://launchpad.net/bugs/422568 [3] - https://wiki.mozilla.org/Background_Updates [4] - https://wiki.mozilla.org/Features/Add-ons/Add-ons_Default_to_Compatible

Participants:
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending bdfhjk (Marek Bardoński)
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending chrisccoulson (Chris Coulson)
attending gz (Martin Packman)
attending jamesf (James Ferguson)
attending jdstrand (Jamie Strandboge)
attending mconley (Mike Conley)
attending mdeslaur (Marc Deslauriers)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending mvo (Michael Vogt)
attending sfeole (Sean Feole)
attending taitenpeng (Taiten taiten.peng@canonical.com)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Antigua 1 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
The goals for the Accessibility Team community for the Precise cycle. Please add items for discussion to the whiteboard!

Participants:
attending alanbell (Alan Bell)
attending charlie-tca (Charlie Kravetz)
attending charlinepoirier (Charline Poirier)
attending cprofitt (Charles Profitt)
attending czajkowski (Laura Czajkowski)
attending frederik-gladhorn (Frederik Gladhorn)
attending lyz (Elizabeth K. Joseph)
attending maco.m (Mackenzie Morgan)
attending pendulum (Penelope Stowe)
attending sfeole (Sean Feole)
attending themuso (Luke Yelavich)
attending valorie-zimmerman (Valorie Zimmerman)

Tracks:
  • Community
Antigua 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
The Papercuts project failed to reach its target of fixing 100 papercut bugs in both the Natty and the Oneiric cycles. The initiative needs a new life.

Participants:
attending 3v1n0 (Marco Trevisan (Treviño))
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending bryce (Bryce Harrington)
attending chihchun (Rex Tsai)
attending cjohnston (Chris Johnston)
attending davidc3 (David Callé)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending jamesf (James Ferguson)
attending jorge (Jorge Castro)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending nskaggs (Nicholas Skaggs)
attending nuthinking (Christian Giordano)
attending om26er (Omer Akram)
attending rafik (Rafik Ouerchefani)
attending sense (Sense Egbert Hofstede)
attending svwilliams (Stephen V. Williams)
attending txwikinger (Ralph Janke)

Tracks:
  • Other
Antigua 3 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Continuation of sessions of day 1 and day 2.

Participants:
attending bjoern-michaelsen (Björn Michaelsen)
attending charlinepoirier (Charline Poirier)

Tracks:
  • Design
Antigua 4 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Private

Participants:
attending asac (Alexander Sack)
attending pfefferz (Zach Pfeffer)
attending rsalveti (Ricardo Salveti)
attending scottb (Scott Bambrough)
attending vjanicki (Victoria Janicki)

Tracks:
  • General
Boca VII
Today you can buy a computer preloaded with Ubuntu from many different vendors. The OS image used at the factory is often modified to provide better hardware support. It may also contain customizations such as additional bookmarks or applications. As a result of these customizations, the upgrade path to the next version of Ubuntu is not as clean as it could be.

Participants:
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending apulido (Ara Pulido)
attending brendan-donegan (Brendan Donegan)
attending cody-somerville (Cody A.W. Somerville)
attending diwic (David Henningsson)
attending fourdollars (Shih-Yuan Lee)
attending jamesf (James Ferguson)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending kentb (Kent Baxley)
attending osomon (Olivier Tilloy)
attending pcm689 (Pascal Morin)
attending sfeole (Sean Feole)
attending smagoun (Steve Magoun)
attending superm1 (Mario Limonciello)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)
attending timrchavez (Timothy R. Chavez)

Tracks:
  • Other
Bonaire 1 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Arkose has been entirely rewritten over the past 6 months and a lot of new features have been implemented. During this session, I'd like to talk about the next set of improvements for Arkose and where it can and should be integrated with the distro. Amongst changes I think are worth discussing in this session are:  - Supporting two different "backends", apparmor and LXC  - Offering a better run time experience for users of the wrapper  - Discussing how we want to ship the profiles  - Extend the profile format to include more fine grained options: cgroup options, firewalling rules, ...  - Use Arkose to start GUI packages from older version of Ubuntu - Allow spawning commands in an existing container, allowing to save some resources in some cases Other planned upstream changes:  - Improve the CLI tool to match the features supported by the python module  - Split the python module into plugins helping reduce the number of dependencies of arkose itself

Participants:
attending gary-lasker (Gary Lasker)
attending gekker (Gary Ekker)
attending james-w (James Westby)
attending jdstrand (Jamie Strandboge)
attending jjohansen (John Johansen)
attending jml (Jonathan Lange)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending mdeslaur (Marc Deslauriers)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending pgoodall (Pete Goodall)
attending rodrigo-moya (Rodrigo Moya)
attending sbeattie (Steve Beattie)
attending serge-hallyn (Serge Hallyn)
attending stgraber (Stéphane Graber)

Tracks:
  • Foundations
Bonaire 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
The Nokia Qt team wants to reach out to designers to showcase the QtQuick software and the power of QML to design UIs sharing the same toolset with developers.

Participants:
attending adam-angleofapproach (Adam Weinrich)
attending andreagrandi (Andrea Grandi)
attending andyrock (Andrea Azzarone)
attending awolfson (Alex Wolfson)
attending charlinepoirier (Charline Poirier)
attending dpitkin (David Pitkin)
attending dpm (David Planella)
attending elachuni (Anthony Lenton)
attending fboucault (Florian Boucault)
attending frederik-gladhorn (Frederik Gladhorn)
attending gary-lasker (Gary Lasker)
attending jml (Jonathan Lange)
attending kiwinote (Kiwinote)
attending mattgriffin (Matt Griffin)
attending michael.nelson (Michael Nelson)
attending mvo (Michael Vogt)
attending nebulon (Johannes Zellner)
attending nuthinking (Christian Giordano)
attending thomas-senyk (Thomas Senyk)
attending txwikinger (Ralph Janke)
attending uriboni (Ugo Riboni)

Tracks:
  • Design
Bonaire 3 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
We have detected a need for DSL integration in Juju, this would mean that any of the current configuration management applications available. Advantages * Faster implementation of juju on running platforms * Faster testing of juju on individual nodes * Complements the amazing capabilities of juju with some node specific templating For all this we need to talk about: * Ways to export through a RESTful interface metadata from Juju * Ways to implement this so Juju can action on this without problem * Finding ways around the SPOFs Juju roadmap right now has priority on colocation Colocation can be used in colocation mode as well Colocated service has access to filesystem services (whichever they are) and can establish master/slave relationships with the master unit Juju charms can trigger an update of the facter information since it's always stateful, it can be a "trigger" on the update hook So far the best action would be to query the CLI (juju status) and its a very effective way to recover information from juju in a quick (albeit slightly dirty) way ACTIONS [lynxman] write puppet external node classifier for juju status -> puppet: TODO [clint-fewbar] Start project for recovering useful information out of juju status: TODO [juju] after colocation investigate cli interface for local / arbitrary unit / relation info: TODO

Participants:
attending aquette (Arnaud Quette)
attending clint-fewbar (Clint Byrum)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending fenris (Khairul Aizat Kamarudzzaman)
attending james-page (James Page)
attending justin-l-werner (Justin L Werner)
attending lynxman (Marc Cluet)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending mark-mims (Mark Mims)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending negronjl (Juan L. Negron)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)
attending therve (Thomas Herve)
attending ttx (Thierry Carrez)
attending txwikinger (Ralph Janke)

Tracks:
  • Server and Cloud
Bonaire 4 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
CouchDB replication through U1 makes Ubuntu a unique and attractive platform for forward-looking apps. However, reliability problems have made it difficult to actually use. So how do we improve the situation? And what can app devs expect from CouchDB sync in Precise? * What current upstream CouchDB work might improve the situation for P? * What version of CouchDB will ship in P, what will the U1 infrastructure run? * Although an understandable move because of load/reliability issues, syncing only once an hour makes the platform far less interesting from an app developer perspective... are we stuck with this? * From a user experience perspective, what we really want is continuous replication... and that's also where the platform gets *really* interesting [insert awesome Novacut demos]. * Jason would like to see a U1 sync testbed available in parallel to the production infrastructure... uses usual SSO, but runs on newest Ubuntu release and newest CouchDB... has *no* data-safety guarantee! I want to help improved U1 CouchDB reliability, but can't do much if the production infrastructure isn't usable for my apps.

Participants:
attending alanbell (Alan Bell)
attending chipaca (John Lenton)
attending davidc3 (David Callé)
attending duanedesign (Duane d)
attending jamesmr (James Raymond)
attending jballagh (Jeffrey Ballagh)
attending jderose (Jason Gerard DeRose)
attending mattgriffin (Matt Griffin)
attending rick-rickspencer3 (Rick Spencer)
attending rodrigo-moya (Rodrigo Moya)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Bonaire 7 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Text-Free Boot

Participants:
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending amaranth (Travis Watkins)
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending broder (Evan Broder)
attending carifio (Mike Carifio)
attending chihchun (Rex Tsai)
attending cjwatson (Colin Watson)
attending davewalker (Dave Walker)
attending gekker (Gary Ekker)
attending jamesf (James Ferguson)
attending mdeslaur (Marc Deslauriers)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending osomon (Olivier Tilloy)
attending ove-risberg (Ove Risberg)
attending raof (Chris Halse Rogers)
attending rick-rickspencer3 (Rick Spencer)
attending robert-ancell (Robert Ancell)
attending rsalveti (Ricardo Salveti)
attending sarvatt (Robert Hooker)
attending smagoun (Steve Magoun)
attending stefan-bader-canonical (Stefan Bader)
attending stgraber (Stéphane Graber)
attending taitenpeng (Taiten taiten.peng@canonical.com)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)
attending themuso (Luke Yelavich)
attending txwikinger (Ralph Janke)
attending vorlon (Steve Langasek)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Bonaire 8 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Afternoon engineering and hacking session for Toolchain and OCTO Working Groups

Participants:
attending ams-codesourcery (Andrew Stubbs)
attending asa-sandahl (Asa Sandahl)
attending davidgil-uk (Dr. David Alan Gilbert)
attending david-rusling (David Rusling)
attending lool (Loïc Minier)
attending markos-genesi-usa (Konstantinos Margaritis)
attending paulmck (Paul McKenney)
attending pmaydell (Peter Maydell)
attending steve-mcintyre (Steve McIntyre)
attending uweigand (Ulrich Weigand)

Tracks:
  • Hackfest
  • Toolchain
Curacao 3 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending Graphics & Multimedia WG Engineering Wednesday 2 ( Graphics and Multimedia , Hackfest )
Afternoon engineering and hacking session for Graphics and Multimedia Working Group

Participants:
attending afrantzis (Alexandros Frantzis)
attending amaranth (Travis Watkins)
attending b34248 (Feng Wei)
attending benjamin-gaignard (Benjamin Gaignard)
attending chunsang (Chunsang Jeong)
attending jesse-barker (Jesse Barker)
attending kurt-r-taylor (Kurt Taylor)
attending mansr (Mans Rullgard)
attending marcoil (Marc Ordinas i Llopis)
attending marcus-lorentzon (Marcus Lorentzon)
attending rob-ti (Rob Clark)
attending sumit-semwal (Sumit Semwal)

Tracks:
  • Graphics and Multimedia
  • Hackfest
Curacao 4 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending Bazaar Training ( Training )
A training session guiding users through common use-case scenarios for BZR users.

Participants:
attending amaranth (Travis Watkins)
attending asa-sandahl (Asa Sandahl)
attending chunsang (Chunsang Jeong)
attending doanac (Andy Doan)
attending fgiff (Frans Gifford)
attending hrw (Marcin Juszkiewicz)
attending jameinel (John A Meinel)
attending marcoil (Marc Ordinas i Llopis)
attending mwaddel (Matt Waddel)
attending pahmann (Philipp Ahmann)
attending tusharbehera (Tushar Behera)

Tracks:
  • Training
Curacao 5 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending Kernel & Power Mgt WG Engineering Wednesday 2 ( Hackfest , Kernel , Power Management )
Afternoon engineering and hacking session for Kernel and Power Mgt Working Groups

Participants:
attending amitdanielk (Amit Daniel Kachhap)
attending amitk (Amit Kucheria)
attending dave-martin-arm (Dave Martin)
attending mturquette (Mike Turquette)
attending niklas-hernaeus (Niklas Hernaeus)
attending npitre (Nicolas Pitre)
attending robertdavidlee (Robert D Lee)
attending shawnguo (Shawn Guo)
attending sumit-semwal (Sumit Semwal)

Tracks:
  • Hackfest
  • Kernel
  • Power Management
Curacao 6 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Afternoon engineering and hacking session for Validation and Infrastructure Working Groups

Participants:
attending danilo (Данило Шеган)
attending dooferlad (James Tunnicliffe)
attending dpigott (Dave Pigott)
attending le-chi-thu (Le Chi Thu)
attending liuyq0307 (Liu Yongqin)
attending mabac (Mattias Backman)
attending mwhudson (Michael Hudson-Doyle)
attending pfalcon (Paul Sokolovsky)
attending pwlars (Paul Larson)
attending qzhang (Spring Zhang)
attending salgado (Guilherme Salgado)
attending zkrynicki (Zygmunt Krynicki)

Tracks:
  • Hackfest
  • Validation & LAVA
Curacao 7 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending Platform WG Engineering Wednesday 2 ( Android & Ubuntu Platforms , Hackfest )
Afternoon engineering and hacking session for Platform Working Group

Participants:
attending abhishek-paliwal (Abhishek Paliwal)
attending aviksil (Avik Sil)
attending berolinux (Bernhard Rosenkraenzer)
attending botao-sun (Botao Sun)
attending chaoyang (Chao Yang)
attending fgiff (Frans Gifford)
attending hrw (Marcin Juszkiewicz)
attending jcrigby (John Rigby)
attending patrik-ryd (Patrik Ryd)
attending pfefferz (Zach Pfeffer)
attending tom-gall (Tom Gall)
attending vishalbhoj (Vishal Bhoj)
attending wookey (Wookey)

Tracks:
  • Android & Ubuntu Platforms
  • Hackfest
Curacao 8 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Afternoon of engineering and hacking for Member Services

Participants:
attending dave-long (David Long)
attending jassisinghbrar (Jassi Brar)
attending mathieu.poirier (Mathieu Poirier)
attending paulliu (Ying-Chun Liu)
attending triad (Linus Walleij)

Tracks:
  • Hackfest
Grand Sierra G (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Afternoon of engineering and hacking for Member Services

Participants:
attending angus-akkea (Angus Ainslie)
attending sachin.kamat (Sachin Kamat)
attending sangwook (Sangwook Lee)
attending tusharbehera (Tushar Behera)

Tracks:
  • Hackfest
Grand Sierra H (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Linaro Roadmap Review - Agenda TBD

Participants:
attending david-rusling (David Rusling)
attending gcgrey (George Grey)
attending kiko (Christian Reis)
attending paulmck (Paul McKenney)
attending roger-teague (Roger Teague)
attending vpasam (Vijay Pasam)

Tracks:
  • Linaro Summits
Grand Sierra I (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
17:05 - 18:00 EDT
Linaro Roadmap Review - Agenda TBD

Participants:
attending david-rusling (David Rusling)
attending gcgrey (George Grey)
attending kiko (Christian Reis)
attending paulmck (Paul McKenney)
attending roger-teague (Roger Teague)
attending vpasam (Vijay Pasam)

Tracks:
  • Linaro Summits
Grand Sierra I (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Discussion about Ubuntu on phones.

Participants:
attending andreagrandi (Andrea Grandi)
attending charlinepoirier (Charline Poirier)
attending fboucault (Florian Boucault)
attending keenerchristopher (Christopher Keener)
attending maxolasersquad (David Baucum)
attending osomon (Olivier Tilloy)
attending txwikinger (Ralph Janke)
attending uriboni (Ugo Riboni)

Tracks:
  • Community
Antigua 1 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
That's another "classic" for UDS, we should probably not change a lot but we said we would revisit having pitivi on the CD, we should also have a look to GNOME new stuff like the sushi previewer for nautilus

Participants:
attending 3v1n0 (Marco Trevisan (Treviño))
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending carifio (Mike Carifio)
attending chihchun (Rex Tsai)
attending chrisccoulson (Chris Coulson)
attending davidc3 (David Callé)
attending didrocks (Didier Roche)
attending dpitkin (David Pitkin)
attending elle.uca (Luca Ferretti)
attending gary-lasker (Gary Lasker)
attending gekker (Gary Ekker)
attending gilir (Julien Lavergne)
attending jasoncwarner (Jason Warner)
attending jibel (Jean-Baptiste Lallement)
attending johnlea (John Lea)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending ken-vandine (Ken VanDine)
attending laney (Iain iain@orangesquash.org.uk)
attending lexical (Keng-Yü Lin)
attending lfaraone (Luke Faraone)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending mterry (Michael Terry)
attending mvo (Michael Vogt)
attending novatillasku (novatillasku)
attending om26er (Omer Akram)
attending pitti (Martin Pitt)
attending quadrispro (Alessio Treglia)
attending ricotz (Rico Tzschichholz)
attending robert-ancell (Robert Ancell)
attending rodrigo-moya (Rodrigo Moya)
attending smagoun (Steve Magoun)
attending ssweeny (Scott Sweeny)
attending taitenpeng (Taiten taiten.peng@canonical.com)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)
attending themuso (Luke Yelavich)
attending thomas-voss (Thomas Voß)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
Antigua 3 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending FreeIPA Tech Preview ( Server and Cloud )
The FreeIPA team (https://launchpad.net/~freeipa) has been working with the goal to get the packages included in Debian and Ubuntu. Running an instance of FreeIPA provides an easy to maintain kerberos realm for users and machines, 'AD for Linux'. This is something that has been requested by administrators for years, so it's about time to provide it in Ubuntu as well, even if just as a technology preview and not something fully supported (=in universe). Even though the focus for the LTS is on stability, it shouldn't raise the bar for providing new funtionality in universe too high. The current state of the packaging effort: IPA client - dependencies packaged * certmonger * python-krbv * python-nss - client packaged, testing ongoing [ref 1] IPA server - dependencies mostly packaged * 389-ds * dogtag missing - server packaging shared with the client, currently disabled from building due to concentrating on getting the client running Dogtag cert server - dependencies packaged * tomcatjss - consists of several small components, some of them completed, more or less simple to package the rest, just not got that far yet Ideally, the packages would flow from Debian, though it would mean getting someone to sponsor the uploads. [1] https://www.redhat.com/archives/freeipa-devel/2011-September/msg00408.html

Participants:
attending davewalker (Dave Walker)
attending gekker (Gary Ekker)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending soren (Soren Hansen)
attending stgraber (Stéphane Graber)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)
attending tjaalton (Timo Aaltonen)

Tracks:
  • Server and Cloud
Antigua 4 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Goals for the UDS-P cycle to help the Ubuntu Leadership Team establish relationships with formal Ubuntu Leadership Councils, Boards, and leaders throughout the community in a effort to provide resources for mentoring new leadership and encourage and motivate current leadership to become even more effective and efficient.

Participants:
attending akgraner (Amber Graner)
attending andrenoel (Andre Noel)
attending charlie-tca (Charlie Kravetz)
attending christophe.sauthier (Christophe Sauthier)
attending cjohnston (Chris Johnston)
attending cprofitt (Charles Profitt)
attending czajkowski (Laura Czajkowski)
attending david.wonderly (David Wonderly)
attending gilir (Julien Lavergne)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending pendulum (Penelope Stowe)
attending randall (Randall Ross)
attending slavender (Scott Lavender)
attending valorie-zimmerman (Valorie Zimmerman)
attending yoboy-leguesh (YoBoY)

Tracks:
  • Community
Bonaire 1 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
A review of past activity and future plans for the Ubuntu-Hams team. Open to all amateur radio operators and anyone else who is interested.

Participants:
attending bryanstein (Bryan Smith)
attending craigmoir (Gruntchef)
attending joey (Joey Stanford)
attending jonathan (Jonathan Carter)
attending jpugh (John Pugh)
attending kamalmostafa (Kamal Mostafa)
attending sconklin (Steve Conklin)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)

Tracks:
  • Community
Bonaire 2 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
today ubuntu-core is actually the most minimal OS you need to run apt-get, there is no root password, no user or any other configuration in place on the core images ... this confuses users that want to use -core as a minimal development environment. target of this spec is to give users something in hand to easier make use of ubuntu-core, collect certain typical usecases and document what needs to be done to turn -core into a proper rootfs for these cases.

Participants:
attending adconrad (Adam Conrad)
attending carifio (Mike Carifio)
attending cody-somerville (Cody A.W. Somerville)
attending knitzsche (Kyle Nitzsche)
attending mfrey (Michael Frey)
attending ogra (Oliver Grawert)
attending rsalveti (Ricardo Salveti)
attending tom-gall (Tom Gall)
attending wmills (Bill Mills)

Tracks:
  • Ubuntu ARM
Bonaire 3 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
We currently test Ubuntu Server ec2 AMI's at key milestones during the current development cycle; we should expand this todo daily testing of both the current development release and existing supported releases as well to provide assurance that Ubuntu Server cloud images are validated on ec2 and OpenStack.

Participants:
attending davewalker (Dave Walker)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending james-page (James Page)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending martinbogo (Martin Bogomolni)
attending mhall119 (Michael Hall)
attending mordred (Monty Taylor)
attending nijaba (Nick Barcet)
attending smoser (Scott Moser)
attending soren (Soren Hansen)
attending stefan-bader-canonical (Stefan Bader)

Tracks:
  • Server and Cloud
Bonaire 5 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Followup on https://blueprints.launchpad.net/launchpad/+spec/other-o-bug-lifecycle, reviewing results of developer survey, and discussing proposed changes to bug states and workflows.

Participants:
attending allison (Allison Randal)
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending brad-figg (Brad Figg)
attending brian-murray (Brian Murray)
attending broder (Evan Broder)
attending bryce (Bryce Harrington)
attending cgregan (Chris Gregan)
attending charlie-tca (Charlie Kravetz)
attending cjohnston (Chris Johnston)
attending cprofitt (Charles Profitt)
attending flacoste (Francis J. Lacoste)
attending fourdollars (Shih-Yuan Lee)
attending gema (Gema Gomez)
attending gilir (Julien Lavergne)
attending gz (Martin Packman)
attending jibel (Jean-Baptiste Lallement)
attending jplans (Jose Plans)
attending jsalisbury (Joseph Salisbury)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending matthew.revell (Matthew Revell)
attending micahg (Micah Gersten)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending om26er (Omer Akram)
attending ories (Olli Ries)
attending pancro (Ezio de Mauro)
attending pvillavi (Pedro Villavicencio)
attending rick-rickspencer3 (Rick Spencer)
attending samantha-jian (Samantha Jian-Pielak)
attending sense (Sense Egbert Hofstede)
attending ursinha (Ursula Junque)

Tracks:
  • Other
Bonaire 6 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Grow the contributions of community submitted charms for juju

Participants:
attending clint-fewbar (Clint Byrum)
attending czajkowski (Laura Czajkowski)
attending davidpbritton (David Britton)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending fenris (Khairul Aizat Kamarudzzaman)
attending itnet7 (Chris Crisafulli)
attending jorge (Jorge Castro)
attending marcoceppi (Marco Ceppi)
attending mark-mims (Mark Mims)
attending robbiew (Robbie Williamson)
attending svwilliams (Stephen V. Williams)
attending tellis (Tom Ellis)
attending txwikinger (Ralph Janke)

Tracks:
  • Community
Bonaire 7 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Afternoon engineering and hacking session for Toolchain and OCTO Working Groups

Participants:
attending ams-codesourcery (Andrew Stubbs)
attending asa-sandahl (Asa Sandahl)
attending davidgil-uk (Dr. David Alan Gilbert)
attending david-rusling (David Rusling)
attending lool (Loïc Minier)
attending markos-genesi-usa (Konstantinos Margaritis)
attending paulmck (Paul McKenney)
attending pmaydell (Peter Maydell)
attending steve-mcintyre (Steve McIntyre)
attending uweigand (Ulrich Weigand)

Tracks:
  • Hackfest
  • Toolchain
Curacao 3 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending Graphics & Multimedia WG Engineering Wednesday 3 ( Graphics and Multimedia , Hackfest )
Afternoon engineering and hacking session for Graphics and Multimedia Working Group

Participants:
attending afrantzis (Alexandros Frantzis)
attending amaranth (Travis Watkins)
attending b34248 (Feng Wei)
attending benjamin-gaignard (Benjamin Gaignard)
attending chunsang (Chunsang Jeong)
attending jesse-barker (Jesse Barker)
attending kurt-r-taylor (Kurt Taylor)
attending mansr (Mans Rullgard)
attending marcoil (Marc Ordinas i Llopis)
attending marcus-lorentzon (Marcus Lorentzon)
attending rob-ti (Rob Clark)

Tracks:
  • Graphics and Multimedia
  • Hackfest
Curacao 4 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Private

Tracks:
  • General
Curacao 5 (Audio Feed)
Not Attending Kernel & Power Mgt WG Engineering Wednesday 3 ( Hackfest , Kernel , Power Management )
Afternoon engineering and hacking session for Kernel and Power Mgt Working Groups

Participants:
attending amitdanielk (Amit Daniel Kachhap)
attending amitk (Amit Kucheria)
attending dave-martin-arm (Dave Martin)
attending mturquette (Mike Turquette)
attending niklas-hernaeus (Niklas Hernaeus)
attending npitre (Nicolas Pitre)
attending robertdavidlee (Robert D Lee)
attending shawnguo (Shawn Guo)
attending sumit-semwal (Sumit Semwal)

Tracks:
  • Hackfest
  • Kernel
  • Power Management
Curacao 6 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Afternoon engineering and hacking session for Validation and Infrastructure Working Groups

Participants:
attending danilo (Данило Шеган)
attending dooferlad (James Tunnicliffe)
attending dpigott (Dave Pigott)
attending le-chi-thu (Le Chi Thu)
attending liuyq0307 (Liu Yongqin)
attending mabac (Mattias Backman)
attending mwhudson (Michael Hudson-Doyle)
attending pfalcon (Paul Sokolovsky)
attending pwlars (Paul Larson)
attending qzhang (Spring Zhang)
attending salgado (Guilherme Salgado)
attending zkrynicki (Zygmunt Krynicki)

Tracks:
  • Hackfest
  • Validation & LAVA
Curacao 7 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Not Attending Platform WG Engineering Wednesday 3 ( Android & Ubuntu Platforms , Hackfest )
Afternoon engineering and hacking session for Platform Working Group

Participants:
attending abhishek-paliwal (Abhishek Paliwal)
attending aviksil (Avik Sil)
attending berolinux (Bernhard Rosenkraenzer)
attending botao-sun (Botao Sun)
attending chaoyang (Chao Yang)
attending fgiff (Frans Gifford)
attending hrw (Marcin Juszkiewicz)
attending jcrigby (John Rigby)
attending patrik-ryd (Patrik Ryd)
attending pfefferz (Zach Pfeffer)
attending tom-gall (Tom Gall)
attending vishalbhoj (Vishal Bhoj)
attending wookey (Wookey)

Tracks:
  • Android & Ubuntu Platforms
  • Hackfest
Curacao 8 (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Afternoon of engineering and hacking for Member Services

Participants:
attending dave-long (David Long)
attending jassisinghbrar (Jassi Brar)
attending mathieu.poirier (Mathieu Poirier)
attending paulliu (Ying-Chun Liu)
attending triad (Linus Walleij)

Tracks:
  • Hackfest
Grand Sierra G (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
Afternoon of engineering and hacking for Member Services

Participants:
attending angus-akkea (Angus Ainslie)
attending sachin.kamat (Sachin Kamat)
attending sangwook (Sangwook Lee)
attending tusharbehera (Tushar Behera)

Tracks:
  • Hackfest
Grand Sierra H (Audio Feed) Go to Blueprint
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