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B3-M8

Monday, 10:00 - 10:45 CET
Not Attending Plenary Follow-up: Technical Q&A
Walk though the process of installing the Nexus7 image on your device and how to report bugs.

Participants:
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending ajenbo (AJenbo)
attending ayrton (Ayrton Araujo)
attending brunogirin (Bruno Girin)
attending cwayne18 (Chris Wayne)
attending daker (Adnane Belmadiaf)
attending hatocorp (Jacob Okoniewski)
attending kfallwine (Kenneth Allwine II)
attending lexical (Keng-Yü Lin)
attending mfisch (Matt Fischer)
attending ssweeny (Scott Sweeny)
attending themuso (Luke Yelavich)
B3-M8 (Audio Feed) (IRC Logs)
Monday, 15:00 - 16:00 CET
Not Attending Meeting for Ubuntu IRC ops ( Community )
Meeting for Ubuntu IRC ops, to meet and discuss various topics.

Participants:
attending alanbell (Alan Bell)
attending bkerensa (Benjamin Kerensa)
attending idleone (IdleOne)
attending knome (Pasi Lallinaho)
attending lyz (Elizabeth K. Joseph)
attending tmt (Jussi Kekkonen)

Tracks:
  • Community
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Monday, 16:15 - 17:00 CET
Not Attending How do I know my code is not consuming too much memory
How do I know my code is not consuming too much memory

Participants:
attending achiang (Alex Chiang)
attending allanlesage (Allan allanlesage)
attending ayrton (Ayrton Araujo)
attending czajkowski (Laura czajkowski)
attending davidc3 (David Callé)
attending hatocorp (Jacob Okoniewski)
attending hrw (Marcin Juszkiewicz)
attending hzliu123 (Hao-Ran Liu)
attending ivan.hu (Ivan Hu)
attending joetalbott (Joe Talbott)
attending jpakkane (Jussi Pakkanen)
attending lexical (Keng-Yü Lin)
attending markjtully (Mark Tully)
attending mfisch (Matt Fischer)
attending pgraner (Pete Graner)
attending pitti (Martin Pitt)
attending quintasan (Michał Zając)
attending raof (Chris Halse Rogers)
attending rsalveti (Ricardo Salveti)
attending stolowski (Paweł Stołowski)
attending tgm4883 (Thomas Mashos)
attending vorlon (Steve Langasek)
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Monday, 17:05 - 18:00 CET
Not Attending What new devs should be doing ( Community )
As part of this session we should talk about these topics: - Find a way to deal with updating the wiki page in the most painless way. - Investigate how we could get things into Harvest automatically. - Encourage engineers to tag bugs as 'bitesize'."

Participants:
attending ajmitch (Andrew Mitchell)
attending andrewsomething (Andrew Starr-Bochicchio)
attending ayrton (Ayrton Araujo)
attending bdrung (Benjamin Drung)
attending bhavi (Bhavani Shankar)
attending bkerensa (Benjamin Kerensa)
attending cjohnston (Chris Johnston)
attending dholbach (Daniel Holbach)
attending hrw (Marcin Juszkiewicz)
attending itnet7 (Chris Crisafulli)
attending javier.collado (Javier Collado)
attending josephjamesmills (Joseph Mills)
attending laney (Iain iain@orangesquash.org.uk)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending pete-woods (Pete Woods)
attending rafalcieslak256 (Rafal Cieślak)
attending soren-bronsted (Søren Brønsted)
attending stefanor (Stefano Rivera)
attending tiagohillebrandt (Tiago Hillebrandt)
attending ursinha (Ursula Junque)
attending vibhavp (Vibhav Pant)
attending zequence (Kaj Ailomaa)

Tracks:
  • Community
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Tuesday, 11:00 - 11:55 CET
Not Attending PackageKit 0.8.x ( Desktop )
Hi! There have been many changes on PackageKit recently. The 0.8.x series broke API, so we are now able to do very clever cache handling in PackageKit backends, also we changed the DBus interaction to be a lot faster and did some improvements on the core, which will also result in increased speed due to less overhead. The new PackageKit also contains the possibility to run transactions in parallel, which provides another speed gain. The frontend API has been simplified, so it is now easier to use and more extendable. Also PackageKit now contains a few cool new features - like systemd-interaction. (inhibiting shutdown on upgrade & showing error messages) Also offline-upgrades are possible, if a recent enough Plymouth version is present. I don't know if these features are wanted in Ubuntu, but at least for the huge improvements made in PackageKit 0.8.x I suggest upgrading it to 0.8.x in the next cycle. Also, it would be very cool if the Aptcc backend of PackageKit (the current default backend) would receive the same improvements on Ubuntu-specific stuff like Aptdaemon did, so that most Ubuntu tools are usable with Aptdaemon and PackageKit. Most Aptd features are already present in PackageKit for a long time and just need implementation in the Aptcc backend. (which currently doesn't cover all features of PackageKit) The most recent PackageKit, including dependent packages, is available in Debian Experimental for testing. Aptd would need to be updated, because it's compatibility-layers will most likely not work with the changes done in PK. Kind regards, Matthias

Participants:
attending bjoern-michaelsen (Björn Michaelsen)
attending evfool (Robert Roth)
attending gilir (Julien Lavergne)
attending glatzor (Sebastian Heinlein)
attending josephjamesmills (Joseph Mills)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending nobuto (Nobuto Murata)
attending quintasan (Michał Zając)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
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Tuesday, 12:00 - 13:00 CET
Not Attending Servergy PowerPC Server Demo ( Other )
Servergy unveils new class of hyper-efficient Power Linux ™ Enterprise Server in a Microserver footprint. At under 9lbs, with the foot print of a legal pad of paper. The CTS-1000 is the next generation of high-density high-bandwidth Power Linux enterprise server that operates on up to 80% less power and space. Built on Power Architecture, and offering a variety of Linux distributions and software applications, the servers literally help pay for themselves.

Participants:
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending ben-collins (Ben Collins)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending r-herring (Rob Herring)
attending tmt (Jussi Kekkonen)

Tracks:
  • Other
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Tuesday, 15:00 - 16:00 CET
Not Attending Leadership Mini-Summit ( Community )
At the Ubuntu Leadership Mini-Summit we want to to provide an opportunity to block off some time to discuss leadership topics and help empower our leadership and governance community to feel empowered to lead in our community.

Participants:
attending a-emma (Emma Marshall)
attending bdrung (Benjamin Drung)
attending bhavi (Bhavani Shankar)
attending bkerensa (Benjamin Kerensa)
attending czajkowski (Laura czajkowski)
attending dholbach (Daniel Holbach)
attending fenris (Khairul Aizat Kamarudzzaman)
attending itnet7 (Chris Crisafulli)
attending jose (José Antonio Rey Cama)
attending knome (Pasi Lallinaho)
attending koolhead17 (koolhead17)
attending lyz (Elizabeth K. Joseph)
attending primes2h (Sergio Zanchetta)
attending randall (Randall Ross)
attending sergiomeneses (Sergio Meneses)
attending soeren-b-c (Søren Bredlund Caspersen)
attending susebeek (Marten Susebeek)
attending tiagohillebrandt (Tiago Hillebrandt)
attending tmt (Jussi Kekkonen)
attending zequence (Kaj Ailomaa)
attending zilvador (Daniel Ejsing-Duun)

Tracks:
  • Community
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Tuesday, 16:15 - 17:00 CET
Not Attending Leadership Mini-Summit ( Community )
At the Ubuntu Leadership Mini-Summit we want to to provide an opportunity to block off some time to discuss leadership topics and help empower our leadership and governance community to feel empowered to lead in our community.

Participants:
attending a-emma (Emma Marshall)
attending bdrung (Benjamin Drung)
attending bhavi (Bhavani Shankar)
attending bkerensa (Benjamin Kerensa)
attending czajkowski (Laura czajkowski)
attending dholbach (Daniel Holbach)
attending fenris (Khairul Aizat Kamarudzzaman)
attending itnet7 (Chris Crisafulli)
attending jose (José Antonio Rey Cama)
attending knome (Pasi Lallinaho)
attending koolhead17 (koolhead17)
attending lyz (Elizabeth K. Joseph)
attending primes2h (Sergio Zanchetta)
attending randall (Randall Ross)
attending sergiomeneses (Sergio Meneses)
attending soeren-b-c (Søren Bredlund Caspersen)
attending susebeek (Marten Susebeek)
attending tiagohillebrandt (Tiago Hillebrandt)
attending tmt (Jussi Kekkonen)
attending zequence (Kaj Ailomaa)
attending zilvador (Daniel Ejsing-Duun)

Tracks:
  • Community
B3-M8 (Audio Feed) (IRC Logs)
Tuesday, 17:05 - 18:00 CET
Not Attending Leadership Mini-Summit ( Community )
At the Ubuntu Leadership Mini-Summit we want to to provide an opportunity to block off some time to discuss leadership topics and help empower our leadership and governance community to feel empowered to lead in our community.

Participants:
attending a-emma (Emma Marshall)
attending bdrung (Benjamin Drung)
attending bhavi (Bhavani Shankar)
attending bkerensa (Benjamin Kerensa)
attending czajkowski (Laura czajkowski)
attending dholbach (Daniel Holbach)
attending fenris (Khairul Aizat Kamarudzzaman)
attending itnet7 (Chris Crisafulli)
attending jose (José Antonio Rey Cama)
attending knome (Pasi Lallinaho)
attending koolhead17 (koolhead17)
attending lyz (Elizabeth K. Joseph)
attending primes2h (Sergio Zanchetta)
attending randall (Randall Ross)
attending sergiomeneses (Sergio Meneses)
attending soeren-b-c (Søren Bredlund Caspersen)
attending susebeek (Marten Susebeek)
attending tiagohillebrandt (Tiago Hillebrandt)
attending tmt (Jussi Kekkonen)
attending zequence (Kaj Ailomaa)
attending zilvador (Daniel Ejsing-Duun)

Tracks:
  • Community
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Wednesday, 09:00 - 09:55 CET
Not Attending Cloud Image Testing and Automation ( Cloud & Server )
[RATIONALE]: Currently the Cloud Images are built and released based on upstream tests. The idea is that if the upstream tests work, that the images will just work. However, due to bugs hit this past cycle, and with the proliferation of new clouds, the need to validate that the cloud images work where they should and characterisiticly are what we say they are, is becoming apparent. Also, with the proliferation of new cloud vendors, there is a need to automate the release process. Some in the community have asked for a more frequent release cadance for the cloud images. As a result, for the R-cycle, we will implement testing and automation that will be aimed at ensuring enhanced quality of the images. [GOAL]:   1) Implement deeper testing for the Ubuntu Cloud Images   2) Improve the quality of the Ubuntu Cloud Images by pro-actively looking for regressions and stress testing.   3) Implement Automatic releases to increase the release cadance for the Cloud Images The following Tests will be implemented: * Image Characteristic Tests:   - Define attributes of a Cloud Image, i.e. prescense of certain files, file formats, and package sets. For example:         - precences of /etc/cloud and files under it         - check boot loader configruation for grub and grub2         - deeper cloud-init testing         - check SSH configuration * Bug regression tests: look over the Cloud Image bugs related to the bulding of the images. For example:     - check that /var/log/{btmp,wtmp,lastlog} exist     - In order for a cloud image bug to be "fixed released" a test should be written to prevent future regressions. * Image boot tests    - Test that QCow images boot on KVM and OpenStack    - Test that outputed files are valid    - Validate boot loader and console configurations * Image proactive bug searching in Cloud instances    - Fully excersize disk, I/O and network looking for potential bugs    - Increase Amazon instance sizes tested    - Excercise -proposed updates to check for issues which may cause problems    - Use of Juju for testing Juju/Cloud Integration    - Mock workload tests * Image performance testing    - Measure I/O performance to identify problems with kernels or userland configurations caused by updates or build process * Explore implementation of UTAH testing framework * Integration and publication of results to Jenkins Instance    - Add the daily images to iso.qa.ubuntu.com    - Automatically update test results to iso.qa.ubuntu.com For Automation: * Integrate testing into image build process.    - Daily images for the development release must pass characteristic and regression tests.    - Daily images for the stable releases must pass all tests to be published    - Milestones for the development image are subjected to all tests suites    - Introduce automatic promotion of QA'd daily images when the daily has a new kernel or boot-criticial (i.e. reboot required to use) package.        - Automate email announcement generation - Implement Twitter Announcements - RSS Feeds Feedback Requests (via the two major Ubuntu Cloud Lists) https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-cloud/2012-October/000839.html https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/ec2ubuntu/HLjoxOgOJ10

Participants:
attending amscanne (Adin Scannell)
attending andreserl (Andres Rodriguez)
attending arosales (Antonio Rosales)
attending bladernr (Jeff Lane)
attending brad-figg (Brad Figg)
attending brendan-donegan (Brendan Donegan)
attending chaltain (Christopher Chaltain)
attending clint-fewbar (Clint Byrum)
attending davidpbritton (David Britton)
attending dooferlad (James Tunnicliffe)
attending gema (Gema Gomez)
attending ghe.rivero (Ghe Rivero)
attending hatocorp (Jacob Okoniewski)
attending hazmat (Kapil Thangavelu)
attending ijc (Ian Campbell)
attending james-page (James Page)
attending jibel (Jean-Baptiste Lallement)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending koolhead17 (koolhead17)
attending louis-bouchard (Louis Bouchard)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending med (David Medberry)
attending mikalstill (Michael Still)
attending mordred (Monty Taylor)
attending narindergupta (Narinder Gupta)
attending negronjl (Juan L. Negron)
attending nobuto (Nobuto Murata)
attending pertinent (Kevin Metz)
attending psivaa (Parameswaran Sivatharman)
attending roadmr (Daniel Manrique)
attending smoser (Scott Moser)
attending sylvain-pineau (Sylvain Pineau)
attending utlemming (Ben Howard)

Tracks:
  • Cloud & Server
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Wednesday, 12:00 - 13:00 CET
Not Attending Proxy support ( Desktop )
We started discussing proxy support in Ubuntu last cycle [1]. Keeping in line and expanding on that discussion (and really, taking back some of the work items from there), we should spend some time working with upstream NetworkManager to properly fold in proxy into NetworkManager connections for the desktop. Per-connection proxy support has been in TODO/roadmap for NetworkManager for a little while now; I think we'd benefit from seeing this to completion. Basically, this would mean: - Adding the necessary sections in NM config files for connections to describe proxy settings. - Moving/reworking proxy code elsewhere in GNOME to a "proxy manager" in NetworkManager. - Adding the necessary UI bits to nm-applet, as an extra tab for connections. - Testing, testing, testing. Proxy settings tend to be highly location-dependant, which is why it makes sense to tie them to connections, which also change depending on where a computer is located. This would make the life of mobile workers easier, since they could use a proxy automatically when logged in to their "work" wifi connections, and disabling it automatically when they go home... We should also more generally discuss the current state of proxy support in Ubuntu and what has improved from last cycle, the next steps. etc. In line with testing and with the documentation I started [2], we may also want to spend time setting up the necessary infrastructure for testing proxy support automatically. [1] https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/desktop-q-full-proxy-support [2] https://wiki.ubuntu.com/Testing/Proxy

Participants:
attending cyphermox (Mathieu Trudel-Lapierre)
attending davidc3 (David Callé)
attending gilir (Julien Lavergne)
attending ken-vandine (Ken VanDine)
attending mpt (Matthew Paul Thomas)
attending mvo (Michael Vogt)
attending ncli (Nicholas Christian Langkjær Ipsen)
attending nobuto (Nobuto Murata)
attending rafalcieslak256 (Rafal Cieślak)
attending robru (♫ Robert Bruce Park ♫)
attending stefanor (Stefano Rivera)
attending thorsten-rhau (Thorsten Rhau)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
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Wednesday, 15:00 - 16:00 CET
Not Attending PowerPC Bootloader Options ( Foundations )
At this point, only yaboot and grub2-ieee1275 are supported as Power Architecture boot-loaders. Many new, non-IBM systems do not have any sort of OpenFirmware (ieee1275) component and so the boot-loaders are more bare (u-boot). One known system has actually built-in a grub into the BIOS and reads directly from /boot/grub/grub.cfg. Discussion is needed on best practices for hardware vendors and possible work on a more generic grub2 for PowerPC, which wont rely on OpenFirmware hooks being present.

Participants:
attending adconrad (Adam Conrad)
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
(required) ben-collins (Ben Collins)
attending cjwatson (Colin Watson)
attending gilir (Julien Lavergne)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
(required) steve-mcintyre (Steve McIntyre)
attending xnox (Dimitri John Ledkov)

Tracks:
  • Foundations
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Wednesday, 16:15 - 17:00 CET
Not Attending Juju GUI ( Cloud & Server )
Discussion of the juju gui. Solicitation of feedback of current implementation and brainstorm discussion on new features and integrations for raring.

Participants:
attending ahasenack (Andreas Hasenack)
attending allenap (Gavin Panella)
attending bac (Brad Crittenden)
attending benji (Benji York)
attending chihchun (Rex Tsai)
attending deryck (Deryck Hodge)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending frankban (Francesco Banconi)
attending gary (Gary Poster)
attending hardik-dalwadi (Hardik Dalwadi)
attending hazmat (Kapil Thangavelu)
attending jameinel (John A Meinel)
attending jimbaker (Jim Baker)
attending jjo (JuanJo Ciarlante)
attending makyo (Matthew Scott)
attending marcoceppi (Marco Ceppi)
attending marrusl (Mark Russell)
attending mikalstill (Michael Still)
attending milner (Mike Milner)
attending narindergupta (Narinder Gupta)
attending negronjl (Juan L. Negron)
attending nobuto (Nobuto Murata)
attending pertinent (Kevin Metz)
attending ttx (Thierry Carrez)

Tracks:
  • Cloud & Server
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Wednesday, 17:05 - 18:00 CET
Not Attending Plan for future x32 ABI support ( Foundations )
The x32 ABI (http://sites.google.com/site/x32abi/) provides a compromise between IA32 and x86-64: it has a 32-bit pointer size, which is more memory-efficient and may often be faster, but has 64-bit registers and a larger register file. Support for it is gradually trickling into various relevant upstreams (kernel, glibc, gcc, etc.). Although the pieces are unlikely to be in place in time for 12.10, we should think ahead for how we might deploy this in Ubuntu.

Participants:
(required) adconrad (Adam Conrad)
(required) apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending chihchun (Rex Tsai)
(required) cjwatson (Colin Watson)
(required) colin-king (Colin King)
attending craig.magina (Craig Magina)
(required) doko (Matthias Klose)
attending jamesodhunt (James Hunt)
attending kate.stewart (Kate Stewart)
attending kees (Kees Cook)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending sforshee (Seth Forshee)
attending stefanor (Stefano Rivera)
(required) steve-mcintyre (Steve McIntyre)
attending themuso (Luke Yelavich)
attending wgrant (William Grant)
attending wookey (Wookey)
attending xnox (Dimitri John Ledkov)

Tracks:
  • Foundations
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Thursday, 09:00 - 09:55 CET
Not Attending General X.org plans for Raring ( Desktop )
The biannual catch-all X discussion session. If you are involved in a project that directly depends on the X stack, or needs a particular feature from the stack, come along. No specification will be written for this (any work significant enough to warrant a spec must be split out to separate blueprints). This blueprint will be used for tracking any stray work items that don't fit in elsewhere.

Participants:
attending apw (Andy Whitcroft)
attending bryce (Bryce Harrington)
attending drussell (Dave Russell)
attending mlankhorst (Maarten Lankhorst)
attending nobuto (Nobuto Murata)
attending raof (Chris Halse Rogers)
attending rsalveti (Ricardo Salveti)
attending tjaalton (Timo Aaltonen)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
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Thursday, 12:00 - 13:00 CET
Not Attending Certification coverage for 13.04 (and 12.04.3) for servers
We will make a follow up to session on coverage https://blueprints.launchpad.net/certify-planning/+spec/cert-r-13-04-coverage to cover server specific features

Participants:
attending apulido (Ara Pulido)
attending bladernr (Jeff Lane)
attending brendan-donegan (Brendan Donegan)
attending mahmoh (M.Morana)
attending pcarrier (Pierre Carrier)
attending roadmr (Daniel Manrique)
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Thursday, 15:00 - 16:00 CET
Not Attending Client solution for CUPS' new Avahi-based printer share broadcasting ( Desktop )
The CUPS Browsing/Broadcasting mechanism which made print queues shared on remote CUPS servers automatically visible for the local CUPS daemon and so for local applications got dropped upstream from CUPS 1.6.x on. Ubpstream has replaced this functionality by Bonjour-based broadcasting (under Linux implemented via Avahi), an OS-indpendent PWG (Printing Working Group) standard, but this lacks the implementation of browsing on the client side making the printers on remote CUPS servers not automatically appearing any more. Quantal's CUPS has a mega patch to forward-port this functionality from the old CUPS for one cycle, to avoid regressions. We cannot carry such a patch eternally, and we should follow upstream and the PWG standards. So in Raring we need the real solution which means that the print dialogs (upstream-recommended solution) or the CUPS daemon (how I like to have it) takes the new Bonjour (Avahi) broadcasts to display the shared remote CUPS queues automatically. The browsing functionality is implemented in the CUPS library (libcups) from CUPS 1.6.x on, but there is currently no production code using these functions. Upstream expects the print dialogs to use the new library functions for displaying the new queues. This would require modifications and upstream submissions for GTK, Qt, and LibreOffice at least and this does not safely cover all existing applications which have CUPS-aware print dialogs and therefore listed the remote queues before. Especially printing from the command line would not be covered. The better approach would be modifying the CUPS daemon so that it uses the new library function to find the remote queues and advertize them like its own local queues. Where the CUPS daemon needs to be patched for that we could probably derive from Quantal's CUPS Broadcasting/Browsing forward port patch. The new Bonjour browsing patch being based on the new standard way of Bonjour broadcasting has probably good chances to be accepted upstream. This feature does not only prevent a regression, but it also helps to more easily access printers connected to Mac OS X machines (they broadcasted Bonjour-only all the time) and also for mobile Ubuntu devices. Usually you do not have connected printers to tablets or phones and you carry them around between different local networks, so here it is especially important that they automatically pick up the print queues in the local network. In the session we will discuss which method to use and the implementation in Raring.

Participants:
attending bjoern-michaelsen (Björn Michaelsen)
attending cmiller (Chad Miller)
attending jasoncwarner (Jason Warner)
attending kaja (Kaja Podlaska Christiansen)
attending kokoto-java (George Karavasilev)
attending larsu (Lars Uebernickel)
attending nobuto (Nobuto Murata)
attending saviq (Michał Sawicz)
attending seb128 (Sebastien Bacher)
attending till-kamppeter (Till Kamppeter)

Tracks:
  • Desktop
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Thursday, 16:15 - 17:00 CET
Not Attending Compiling Ubuntu binaries for mobile
How do you compile Ubuntu binaries that run in the mobile roms

Participants:
attending ayrton (Ayrton Araujo)
attending hrw (Marcin Juszkiewicz)
attending josephjamesmills (Joseph Mills)
attending jpakkane (Jussi Pakkanen)
attending mariusko (Marius B. Kotsbak)
attending mfisch (Matt Fischer)
attending ssweeny (Scott Sweeny)
attending vanhoof (Chris Van Hoof)
attending xranby (Xerxes Rånby)
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