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B3-M6

Monday, 11:00 - 11:55 CET
Not Attending Enhance Dash with online music searching ( Desktop )
Enhance Dash to support searching online music.

Participants:
attending anthonywong (Anthony Wong)
attending davidc3 (David Callé)
attending joey-elijah (Joey-Elijah Sneddon)
attending josephjamesmills (Joseph Mills)
attending markjtully (Mark Tully)
attending mhr3 (Michal Hruby)
attending paulliu (Ying-Chun Liu)
attending ricardokirkner (Ricardo Kirkner)
attending sil (Stuart Langridge)
attending soren-bronsted (Søren Brønsted)
attending stolowski (Paweł Stołowski)
attending thomir (Thomi Richards)
attending timo-jyrinki (Timo Jyrinki)
attending xiaodongyi (Xiaodong Yi)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
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Monday, 12:00 - 13:00 CET
Not Attending Kernel Configuration Review ( Hardware )
Review of the kernel configuration for 13.04. This will concentrate on confirming the policy for various option types as well as new options. For major new options, we will discuss and confirm the selection of each.

Participants:
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending brouer (Jesper Dangaard Brouer)
attending christopherarges (Chris J Arges)
attending ikepanhc (Ike Panhc)
attending ivan.hu (Ivan Hu)
attending javier.collado (Javier Collado)
attending joetalbott (Joe Talbott)
attending leannogasawara (Leann Ogasawara)
attending narindergupta (Narinder Gupta)
attending r-herring (Rob Herring)
attending rsalveti (Ricardo Salveti)
attending sforshee (Seth Forshee)
attending zequence (Kaj Ailomaa)

Tracks:
  • Hardware
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Monday, 15:00 - 16:00 CET
Not Attending Ubuntu SSO 2-factor authentication workshop ( Other )
Secure your Ubuntu SSO account with 2-factor authentication! Get help setting up and using your *new* YubiKey (or Android/iOS smartphone!) to add an extra layer of security to your Ubuntu SSO account. Come to the workshop sessions and help us out making Ubuntu SSO more secure for you and everybody else.

Participants:
attending amigadave (David King)
attending andreagrandi (Andrea Grandi)
attending ayrton (Ayrton Araujo)
attending ballock (Bolesław Tokarski)
attending carla-sella (Carla Sella)
attending daker (Adnane Belmadiaf)
attending itnet7 (Chris Crisafulli)
attending jose (José Antonio Rey Cama)
attending mdeslaur (Marc Deslauriers)
attending ove-risberg (Ove Risberg)
attending ricardokirkner (Ricardo Kirkner)
attending rohangarg (Rohan Garg)
attending sil (Stuart Langridge)
attending tpeeters (Tim Peeters)
attending ttx (Thierry Carrez)

Tracks:
  • Other
B3-M6 (Audio Feed) (IRC Logs)
Tuesday, 09:00 - 09:55 CET
Not Attending Canonical QA CoP meetup at UDS ( QA )
The Canonical QA Cop is a cross company team that collaborates on improving the qa process and toolset inside Canonical.

Participants:
attending adconrad (Adam Conrad)
attending bladernr (Jeff Lane)
attending brendan-donegan (Brendan Donegan)
attending chris.gagnon (Chris Gagnon)
attending cjohnston (Chris Johnston)
attending fabiomarconi (Fabio Marconi)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending pgraner (Pete Graner)
attending roadmr (Daniel Manrique)
attending xnox (Dimitri John Ledkov)

Tracks:
  • QA
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Tuesday, 10:00 - 10:45 CET
Not Attending Create Ubuntu Archive Snapshots swift-mirror ( Cloud & Server )
Initially this came out as a discussion on #ubuntu-cloud (or was it #juju?) when swift CDN backed mirrors were announced for Amazon EC2 cloud. It is in a way related to servercloud-q-apt-improvements the hash based apt repositories. Debian has http://snapshot.debian.org/ repository. In essence it has every package, every version, every architecture, ever published in debian (more or less). Furthermore it also makes all of these packages available with standard apt-get, by storing and providing Releases/Packages files made by each publisher run (more or less). Currently in Ubuntu/Launchpad we do not have such facility. It is possible to retrieve individual source&binary packages from launchpadlibrarian, but the whole Ubuntu Archive is not available as of that point in time. Ideally if the Ubuntu Mirror is backed by immutable CDN, it should be relatively cheap to also store and server the repository files over the CDN to create equivalent service like snapshot.debian.org but only for the ubuntu archive. Another use case for this type of mirror would be the archive that currently holds automatically generated dbgsym packages. Currently dbgsym packages are not available for every single version of packages in the archive. And for launchpad/whoopsie/daisy retraces it has been requested to keep all versions of dbgsym packages and not remove them, otherwise retraces fail and we are loosing important information from submitted core dumps. Rationale: Goal:

Participants:
attending andreserl (Andres Rodriguez)
attending ayrton (Ayrton Araujo)
attending ballock (Bolesław Tokarski)
attending chaltain (Christopher Chaltain)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending james-page (James Page)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending mikalstill (Michael Still)
attending nobuto (Nobuto Murata)
attending racb (Robie Basak)
attending schwuk (David Murphy)
attending smoser (Scott Moser)
attending stefanor (Stefano Rivera)
attending utlemming (Ben Howard)
attending xnox (Dimitri John Ledkov)

Tracks:
  • Cloud & Server
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Tuesday, 11:00 - 11:55 CET
Not Attending Improving support for RAID (mdadm) within Ubiquity ( Foundations )
In the Q cycle alternate CDs have been dropped for some flavours. But there is still one major feature missing from the ubiquity installer - RAID (mdadm) support. This spec will implement RAID support in ubiquity.

Participants:
attending agoliveira (Adilson Oliveira)
attending bladernr (Jeff Lane)
attending brian-murray (Brian Murray)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending kitterman (Scott Kitterman)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending nobuto (Nobuto Murata)
attending ove-risberg (Ove Risberg)
attending petermatulis (Peter Matulis)
attending peter-petrakis (Peter Petrakis)
attending superm1 (Mario Limonciello)
(required) xnox (Dimitri John Ledkov)

Tracks:
  • Foundations
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Tuesday, 12:00 - 13:00 CET
Not Attending Add widget support for Unity ( Desktop )
Implement a widget mechanism in Unity. Provide the API for developing widgets. And provide the documentation on the API.

Participants:
attending 3v1n0 (Marco Trevisan (Treviño))
attending anthonywong (Anthony Wong)
attending ayrton (Ayrton Araujo)
attending bernd-sch (Bernd Schlapsi)
attending bryce (Bryce Harrington)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending joey-elijah (Joey-Elijah Sneddon)
attending josephjamesmills (Joseph Mills)
attending kokoto-java (George Karavasilev)
attending markjtully (Mark Tully)
attending nick-dedekind (Nick Dedekind)
attending nobuto (Nobuto Murata)
attending pete-woods (Pete Woods)
attending shroudedcloud (Jonathan Meek)
attending stolowski (Paweł Stołowski)
attending timo-jyrinki (Timo Jyrinki)
attending xiaodongyi (Xiaodong Yi)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
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Tuesday, 15:00 - 16:00 CET
Not Attending Ubuntu Kernel Delta Review ( Hardware )
Review of the current Ubuntu Kernel patch delta from upstream. This session will look at the current delta comprised of both patches to the core and the ubuntu specific drivers. The aim is to record what we are carrying, review the reasons for that component(s) to be carried, and recommend replacements, updates, cleanups, upstreaming etc of those components.

Participants:
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending brouer (Jesper Dangaard Brouer)
attending christopherarges (Chris J Arges)
attending ikepanhc (Ike Panhc)
attending leannogasawara (Leann Ogasawara)
attending lexical (Keng-Yü Lin)
attending louis-bouchard (Louis Bouchard)
attending narindergupta (Narinder Gupta)
attending r-herring (Rob Herring)
attending rsalveti (Ricardo Salveti)
attending sforshee (Seth Forshee)
attending zequence (Kaj Ailomaa)

Tracks:
  • Hardware
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Tuesday, 16:15 - 17:00 CET
Not Attending Ask Ubuntu integration on the Ubuntu App Developer site ( App Development )
Deploy and integrate the Ask Ubuntu plugin into the app developer site

Participants:
attending ajenbo (AJenbo)
attending ajmitch (Andrew Mitchell)
attending andrewsomething (Andrew Starr-Bochicchio)
attending barneedhar (Barneedhar Vigneshwar)
attending bhavi (Bhavani Shankar)
attending chris-top (Chris Topaloudis)
attending dpm (David Planella)
attending kokoto-java (George Karavasilev)
attending marcoceppi (Marco Ceppi)
attending markjtully (Mark Tully)
attending stefano-palazzo (Stefano Palazzo)

Tracks:
  • App Development
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Wednesday, 09:00 - 09:55 CET
Not Attending Exploring a hardware database for testing ( QA )
Discussing the usage of HEXR for testing purposes Example use cases; Using your hardware profile inside the qatracker during reporting Ultimate goal; Targeted testcases for specific hardware configurations. Testing campaigns to push testcases and results back to developers

Participants:
attending carla-sella (Carla Sella)
attending fginther (Francis Ginther)
attending hzliu123 (Hao-Ran Liu)
attending joetalbott (Joe Talbott)
attending nskaggs (Nicholas Skaggs)
attending primes2h (Sergio Zanchetta)
attending schwuk (David Murphy)

Tracks:
  • QA
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Wednesday, 10:00 - 10:45 CET
Not Attending Kernel Version and Flavors ( Hardware )
Discussions on the likely mainline kernel version and appropriate kernel flavors for 13.04.

Participants:
attending amscanne (Adin Scannell)
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending ben-collins (Ben Collins)
attending diwic (David Henningsson)
attending gilir (Julien Lavergne)
attending ikepanhc (Ike Panhc)
attending jsalisbury (Joseph Salisbury)
attending leannogasawara (Leann Ogasawara)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending narindergupta (Narinder Gupta)
attending r-herring (Rob Herring)
attending sforshee (Seth Forshee)
attending zequence (Kaj Ailomaa)

Tracks:
  • Hardware
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Wednesday, 11:00 - 11:55 CET
Not Attending Reboot LibreOffice packaging ( Desktop )
LibreOffice upstream is now almost fully migrated to gbuild. This would allow us to do real partial builds of LibreOffice, with split source packages. There are advantages and disadvantages to such an approach. Disadvantages: - More source packages mean more package handling as with an upstream release more source packages need to be build and tested - testing: most tests require a full libreoffice installation, thus a partial source package cant be tested completely during its build, thus these packages need to be staged in -proposed. Advantages: - Bugfixes would be possible without full rebuilds - Updates can be done without pushing a all libreoffice packages again to all users - Faster build times as some parts of libreoffice can be build on multiple builds in parallel - Filesystem limitations on e.g. PPA builders would not hurt us that hard anymore (as the biggest part of the fs-use is objects and dependencies) And initial proposal would be to have the following eight source packages: - libreoffice-dev-internal: libreoffice headers - libreoffice-core: ure and core libraries - libreoffice-writer, libreoffice-calc, libreoffice-base, libreoffice-impress: applications (impress includes draw, writer includes math) -- these could then build in parallel - libreoffice-l10n: localization - libreoffice-common: all the misc. bits and pieces. And yes, this would require a rewrite of the LibreOffice packaging from scratch -- but that might also simplify things a lot.

Participants:
attending bdrung (Benjamin Drung)
attending bjoern-michaelsen (Björn Michaelsen)
attending doko (Matthias Klose)
attending jibel (Jean-Baptiste Lallement)
attending nobuto (Nobuto Murata)
attending pitti (Martin Pitt)
attending primes2h (Sergio Zanchetta)
attending seb128 (Sebastien Bacher)
attending zack-debian (Stefano Zacchiroli)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
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Wednesday, 12:00 - 13:00 CET
Not Attending OpenStack Juju Charms Next Steps ( Cloud & Server )
Discuss state of Juju charms for deploying OpenStack. TODOs: - Quantum - SSL everywhere - HAproxy support for API server scale out and HA - HA rabbitmq and mysql - Nova compute live migration

Participants:
attending craig.magina (Craig Magina)
attending gandelman-a (Adam Gandelman)
attending jimbaker (Jim Baker)
attending mikalstill (Michael Still)
attending sam-juvonen (Sam Juvonen)

Tracks:
  • Cloud & Server
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Wednesday, 15:00 - 16:00 CET
Not Attending Packaging Guide User Testing ( Community )
Did you always want to get involved with Ubuntu Development but don't know where to start? Perfect! We want you to help us test our documentation. No experience necessary, you just need to have a working (not too old) Ubuntu installation.

Participants:
attending arosales (Antonio Rosales)
attending attente (William Hua)
attending ayrton (Ayrton Araujo)
attending bac (Brad Crittenden)
attending ballock (Bolesław Tokarski)
attending bdrung (Benjamin Drung)
attending benjaoming (Benjamin Bach)
attending bhavi (Bhavani Shankar)
attending chilicuil (Javier chilicuil)
attending chris-top (Chris Topaloudis)
attending dholbach (Daniel Holbach)
attending gary (Gary Poster)
attending itnet7 (Chris Crisafulli)
attending it-oas (Michael Zaugg)
attending josephjamesmills (Joseph Mills)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending kelemeng (Gabor Kelemen)
attending koolhead17 (koolhead17)
attending mariusko (Marius B. Kotsbak)
attending narindergupta (Narinder Gupta)
attending nuclearbob (Max Brustkern)
attending nullable (Teo Klestrup Röijezon)
attending quintasan (Michał Zając)
attending sergiomeneses (Sergio Meneses)
attending soren-bronsted (Søren Brønsted)
attending stefanor (Stefano Rivera)
attending steveriley (Steve Riley)
attending susebeek (Marten Susebeek)
attending tmt (Jussi Kekkonen)
attending zack-debian (Stefano Zacchiroli)
attending zequence (Kaj Ailomaa)

Tracks:
  • Community
B3-M6 (Audio Feed) (IRC Logs)
Wednesday, 16:15 - 17:00 CET
Not Attending Typography (use of fonts) in Ubuntu's interface ( Design )
For the past few months, Canonical designers have been working on recommendations to improve the way Ubuntu uses fonts. These recommendations cover things like the default font size, a family of sizes for different purposes, use of bold and italics, hinting of the Ubuntu font, spacing in controls, line length and layout of common window types, and changes to default components in Ubuntu. Implementing these recommendations would involve code in many components, including GTK, the default themes, Unity, the file manager, and other default applications. We will also provide guidelines for application developers on how to use fonts to fit in with Ubuntu typographically. At UDS we would like to present a draft of these recommendations and guidelines, and invite feedback both from Ubuntu developers and application developers.

Participants:
attending attente (William Hua)
attending dante (Dante Díaz)
attending davidc3 (David Callé)
attending elle.uca (Luca Ferretti)
attending evfool (Robert Roth)
attending jbicha (Jeremy Bicha)
attending joey-elijah (Joey-Elijah Sneddon)
attending jpakkane (Jussi Pakkanen)
attending kaja (Kaja Podlaska Christiansen)
attending kiwinote (Kiwinote)
attending kokoto-java (George Karavasilev)
attending markjtully (Mark Tully)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending primes2h (Sergio Zanchetta)
attending rafalcieslak256 (Rafal Cieślak)
attending shroudedcloud (Jonathan Meek)
attending xranby (Xerxes Rånby)

Tracks:
  • Design
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Wednesday, 17:05 - 18:00 CET
Not Attending Get Started with Ubuntu Development ( Community )
This workshop should give you a quick introduction to Ubuntu development. You don't need any prior experience, just a working Ubuntu installation.

Participants:
attending allanlesage (Allan allanlesage)
attending amscanne (Adin Scannell)
attending arosales (Antonio Rosales)
attending attente (William Hua)
attending ayrton (Ayrton Araujo)
attending bdrung (Benjamin Drung)
attending benjaoming (Benjamin Bach)
attending bhavi (Bhavani Shankar)
attending brunogirin (Bruno Girin)
attending carla-sella (Carla Sella)
attending chilicuil (Javier chilicuil)
attending chris-top (Chris Topaloudis)
attending christophe.sauthier (Christophe Sauthier)
attending cjohnston (Chris Johnston)
attending dholbach (Daniel Holbach)
attending einonm (Mark Einon)
attending fenris (Khairul Aizat Kamarudzzaman)
attending gary (Gary Poster)
attending itnet7 (Chris Crisafulli)
attending it-oas (Michael Zaugg)
attending josephjamesmills (Joseph Mills)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending kjetil-fleten (Kjetil Fleten)
attending koolhead17 (koolhead17)
attending mariusko (Marius B. Kotsbak)
attending nullable (Teo Klestrup Röijezon)
attending primes2h (Sergio Zanchetta)
attending quintasan (Michał Zając)
attending rocketcoder (Evan Uebel)
attending sergiomeneses (Sergio Meneses)
attending soren-bronsted (Søren Brønsted)
attending stefanor (Stefano Rivera)
attending susebeek (Marten Susebeek)
attending tgm4883 (Thomas Mashos)
attending tiagohillebrandt (Tiago Hillebrandt)
attending zequence (Kaj Ailomaa)
attending zilvador (Daniel Ejsing-Duun)

Tracks:
  • Community
B3-M6 (Audio Feed) (IRC Logs)
Thursday, 09:00 - 09:55 CET
Not Attending Google Cloud Print Integration ( Desktop )
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. For Cloud Print support under Ubuntu we need to consider both server and client side, as Ubuntu can be used on a desktop or server machine with a printer set up or also on a mobile device from where we should be able to print. Server: 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 menu button at the upper right and selecting "Settings", opening the advanced settings 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 or an appropriate entry in the Google accounts section of the "Online Accounts" part of the System Settings. This GUI elements need to be designed and it also needs to be decided which user daemon will be used to enable Cloud Print, the one of Chromium, the "cloudprint" package. some already existing user daemon of GNOME with Cloud print patched in, or perhaps a completely new user daemon. The protocol is know and can most easily be found in the source code of cloudprint. Client: For using Cloud Print as a client applications must be able to send jobs into a queue in the cloud. Such queues are user-specific and not system-wide as they depend on the Google account of the user and not on anything local. Therefore the Cloud Print queues cannot get made available through CUPS queues without major changes on the CUPS architecture. Instead we should implement the Cloud print client access in the print dialogs (GTK, Qt, LibreOffice, ... how was it with the Common Print Dialog?), for example as a backend for the GTK print dialog.

Participants:
attending ayrton (Ayrton Araujo)
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending brianfromme (Brian Fromme)
attending carla-sella (Carla Sella)
attending dbarth (David Barth)
attending jasoncwarner (Jason Warner)
attending larsu (Lars Uebernickel)
attending mardy (Alberto Mardegan)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending mikalstill (Michael Still)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending nobuto (Nobuto Murata)
attending ove-risberg (Ove Risberg)
attending pitti (Martin Pitt)
attending seb128 (Sebastien Bacher)
attending sil (Stuart Langridge)
attending superm1 (Mario Limonciello)
attending ted (Ted Gould)
attending themuso (Luke Yelavich)
attending till-kamppeter (Till Kamppeter)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
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Thursday, 10:00 - 10:45 CET
Not Attending Developer Advisory Team Plans for R ( Community )
The DAT has been becoming better and better organised, still we need to fix the following things to be able to better accompany new contributors: - define checkpoints (first upload, ready for membership, ready for upload rights, etc.) - find changes in contributor status more easily (went inactive, might be ready, etc.) - bring more regularity in fulfilling our tasks - sync our task of helping contributors to apply with DMB meetings

Participants:
attending andrewsomething (Andrew Starr-Bochicchio)
attending ayrton (Ayrton Araujo)
attending barneedhar (Barneedhar Vigneshwar)
attending bdrung (Benjamin Drung)
attending bhavi (Bhavani Shankar)
attending christophe.sauthier (Christophe Sauthier)
attending dholbach (Daniel Holbach)
attending jonathan (Jonathan Carter)
attending jose (José Antonio Rey Cama)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending kitterman (Scott Kitterman)
attending mohanchml (mohi)
attending vibhavp (Vibhav Pant)

Tracks:
  • Community
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Thursday, 11:00 - 11:55 CET
Not Attending Printer setup tool: system-config-printer or the tool of the Control Center in GNOME 3 ( Desktop )
From Oneiric on we are using GNOME 3.x and from this GNOME version on there is a printer setup tool in the Control Center. This tool is new and has much less features than system-config-printer and especially does not contain all the functionality for selecting best drivers, identifying network printers, HPLIP integration and so on. So dropping system-config-printer in favor of GNOME's new tool will be a major step back. Discussion has already started on the OpenPrinting Summit in April this year (see links below) and on the UDSes for Oneiric and Precise. Here we will continue discussing the situation to see how the situation improved with the further development of the new tool. Our plans are to finally switch over in Raring. In Oneiric and Precise we have continued to use system-config-printer, patching and configuring gnome-control-center and the system menu so that system-config-printer is started in its own window instead of the capplet of the control center, at least for Unity desktops. For Raring we want to finally use the original GNOME tool. The support for setting option defaults, especially the configuration of the printer's hardware (accessories like extra trays, duplex unit, ...) got added, but we need to take care about the following items: - Server Settings: Share printers, accept shared remote printers, debug logging, everyone can kill everyones jobs, remote admin, ... - Correct printer/driver assignment, joining auto-detection results of the same device, ... using system-config-printer algorithmic part via D-Bus. - Auto-configure hardware add-ons of PostScript printers using the functionality provided by CUPS. - Printer driver auto-download via OpenPrinting - Plug'n'Print (fully automatic setup of USB printers) See also: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/buglist.cgi?component=Printers https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=654742 https://www.linuxfoundation.org/sites/main/files/system-config-printer-status.pdf

Participants:
attending bcurtiswx (Brian Curtis)
attending bilalakhtar (Bilal Akhtar)
attending calumpringle (Calum Pringle)
attending davidc3 (David Callé)
attending elle.uca (Luca Ferretti)
attending evfool (Robert Roth)
attending gilir (Julien Lavergne)
attending jan-catalin (Jan Catalin)
attending jasoncwarner (Jason Warner)
attending jbicha (Jeremy Bicha)
attending kokoto-java (George Karavasilev)
attending larsu (Lars Uebernickel)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending mdeslaur (Marc Deslauriers)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending nobuto (Nobuto Murata)
attending ove-risberg (Ove Risberg)
attending primes2h (Sergio Zanchetta)
attending seb128 (Sebastien Bacher)
attending ted (Ted Gould)
attending till-kamppeter (Till Kamppeter)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
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Thursday, 12:00 - 13:00 CET
Not Attending Enable kdump mechanism from kdump-tool instead of kexec-tools ( Cloud & Server )
The kdump mechanism from the kdump-tool package is more flexible than its kexec-tool equivalent. It allows for multiple dumps to be collected, is the mechanism used in upstream Debian and has a configuration file that let the sysadmin controls some parameters. It is currently functional on Ubuntu but the documented way of gathering a kernel dump is to use the 0_kdump initscript delivered by kexec-tools which package the kernel dump file as an Apport bundle. While this solution is sufficient on Desktops, it becomes restrictive on server/cloud installs. Rationale: Current kexec-tool kernel dump capture mechanism is too limitative in a server/cloud environment Goal: Decide on the feasibility of using kdump-tool as default for server/cloud installs

Participants:
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending bladernr (Jeff Lane)
attending christopherarges (Chris J Arges)
attending craig.magina (Craig Magina)
attending jplans (Jose Plans)
attending louis-bouchard (Louis Bouchard)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending med (David Medberry)
attending narindergupta (Narinder Gupta)
attending petermatulis (Peter Matulis)
attending peter-petrakis (Peter Petrakis)
attending stefan-bader-canonical (Stefan Bader)

Tracks:
  • Cloud & Server
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Goals for the Ubuntu Women UDS-Q cycle Add your ideas here for consideration in this formal blueprint: http://wiki.ubuntu-women.org/Roadmap-R

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attending idleone (IdleOne)
attending itnet7 (Chris Crisafulli)
attending jjo (JuanJo Ciarlante)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending knome (Pasi Lallinaho)
attending lyz (Elizabeth K. Joseph)
attending philipballew (Philip Ballew)
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