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Core

Tuesday 16:00 - 16:55 UTC
Not Attending Creating more Snappy frameworks
Frameworks extend the functionality of Snappy Ubuntu Core systems in a vary practical way. Let's discuss how we can bring more services to Snappy Ubuntu Core.

Participants:
attending alan-meekins (Alan Meekins)
attending alecu (Alejandro J. Cura)
attending chipaca (John Lenton)
attending dholbach (Daniel Holbach)
attending faenil (Andrea Bernabei)
attending gard-runar (Gard Honningsø)
attending jason-aras (Jay Aras)
attending kyrofa (Kyle Fazzari)
attending larreamikel (Mikel Larrea)
attending mvo (Michael Vogt)
attending robert-joslyn (Robert Joslyn)
attending sergiusens (Sergio Schvezov)
attending ted (Ted Gould)

Tracks:
  • Core
Core (IRC Logs) Go to Blueprint
Tuesday 19:00 - 20:00 UTC
Not Attending Snap packages for phone and desktop apps
In this session we’ll show a prototype of a tool to install GUI apps packaged as snaps on the current phone and desktop images, and we’ll discuss what steps are needed to fully transition phone and desktop applications to snaps.

Participants:
(required) alecu (Alejandro J. Cura)
attending benjamin-goldman (Ben Goldman)
attending dholbach (Daniel Holbach)
attending ken-vandine (Ken VanDine)
attending kyrofa (Kyle Fazzari)
attending larreamikel (Mikel Larrea)
attending nhaines (Nathan Haines)

Tracks:
  • Core
Core (IRC Logs)
Wednesday 15:00 - 15:55 UTC
Not Attending node.js and libv8 for 16.04
node.js was updated to 4.0, having support on all our architectures. investigate how to get node.js and libv8 in sync, and how to maintain it for the timespan of an LTS release. The reason is that we are patching a lot of packages in main building some javascript enabled documentation to avoid build dependencies on universe packages.

Participants:
attending alecu (Alejandro J. Cura)
attending chrisccoulson (Chris Coulson)
attending raharper (Ryan Harper)
attending smoser (Scott Moser)
attending tyhicks (Tyler Hicks)
attending vorlon (Steve Langasek)

Tracks:
  • Core
Core (IRC Logs)
Wednesday 16:00 - 16:55 UTC
Not Attending Python3 Only on the images
Python 2.7 should not be shipped anymore by default. There is progress to make the desktop image Python 2.7 free, but a few packages remain. The situation for the other images should be evaluated as well. Python 3.5 will be the only Python3 version included in 16.04. Some work is still required to reach this goal.

Participants:
attending barry (Barry Warsaw)
attending bryanquigley (Bryan Quigley)
attending chipaca (John Lenton)
attending cmiller (Chad Miller)
attending mterry (Michael Terry)
attending mvo (Michael Vogt)
attending pitti (Martin Pitt)
attending smoser (Scott Moser)
attending ted-albert (Ted Albert)
attending willcooke (Will Cooke)

Tracks:
  • Core
Core (IRC Logs)
Wednesday 18:00 - 18:55 UTC
Not Attending EFI Capsule Update and Fallback
Ubuntu should support updating firmware for systems and components; we should also further define the behavior for EFI fallbacks.

Participants:
attending bryanquigley (Bryan Quigley)

Tracks:
  • Core
Core (IRC Logs) Go to Blueprint
Thursday 14:00 - 14:55 UTC
Not Attending Your feedback counts: the Snappy onboarding experience
In this session we want your feedback on your Snappy and Snapcraft onboarding experience: - How were you welcomed into the world of Snappy? Was the documentation sufficient? Were you able to find your way around? - We are planning some changes to the documentation and would like to present them and get feedback. - If you are a device builder, we would specifically like to get your input as well, so we can improve our device builder documentation.

Participants:
attending chipaca (John Lenton)
attending dholbach (Daniel Holbach)
attending jason-aras (Jay Aras)
attending larreamikel (Mikel Larrea)
attending mvo (Michael Vogt)
attending sergiusens (Sergio Schvezov)
attending simosx (Simos Xenitellis)
attending tingray71 (Ting-Ray Chang)
attending wililupy (Luke Williams)

Tracks:
  • Core
Core (IRC Logs) Go to Blueprint
Thursday 15:00 - 15:55 UTC
Not Attending Snappy Developer Community Resources
In this session we want to figure out how the Snappy developer community can interact and get support, particularly: - support of askubuntu/stackoverflow - which G+ communities/Twitter/etc to use - which presentation and workshop materials we want to create and share - how we can support people who want to represent Snappy Ubuntu Core at events/hackathons/workshops

Participants:
attending chipaca (John Lenton)
attending dholbach (Daniel Holbach)
attending jason-aras (Jay Aras)
attending larreamikel (Mikel Larrea)
attending leecowdrey (Lee Cowdrey)
attending mvo (Michael Vogt)
attending sergiusens (Sergio Schvezov)
attending simosx (Simos Xenitellis)
attending ted (Ted Gould)
attending thibautr (Thibaut Rouffineau)

Tracks:
  • Core
Core (IRC Logs) Go to Blueprint
Thursday 16:00 - 16:55 UTC
Not Attending Porting popular apps/software to Snappy
With hardware becoming cheaper (ie Raspberry Pi, etc.) a number of apps and appliances were built, which are very popular today. It'd be great if it was easy for app developers to bring their apps to Snappy Ubuntu Core as well. Let's figure out how developers can port them over and we can get feedback about what should be easier.

Participants:
attending chipaca (John Lenton)
attending dholbach (Daniel Holbach)
attending elopio (Leo Arias)
attending jason-aras (Jay Aras)
attending kyrofa (Kyle Fazzari)
attending larreamikel (Mikel Larrea)
attending maclin.jun (Ma Jun)
attending mvo (Michael Vogt)
attending sergiusens (Sergio Schvezov)
attending simosx (Simos Xenitellis)
attending ted (Ted Gould)
attending ted-albert (Ted Albert)

Tracks:
  • Core
Core (IRC Logs) Go to Blueprint