Da: Peter Robinson
Inviato: 01/06/2011, 22:41
A: Development discussions related to Fedora
Oggetto: Re: Plan for tomorrow's FESCo meeting (2011-06-01)
On 1 Jun 2011 19:44, "Josef Bacik" <josef(a)toxicpanda.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 1, 2011 at 11:15 AM, Peter Robinson <pbrobinson(a)gmail.com>
> > I will be unable to attend tomorrow but I have concerns of making btrfs
> > default without a well tested fsck. I'm aware one is due soon but I
> > believe 3-4 months is enough time to test it well enough. On 2.6.38.x I
> > still get regular kernel abrt crashes on resume. Is it even marked
> > the upstream kernel yet?
> Have you filed bugs for these crashes?
Yes. Well at least I've submitted them using abrt to wherever is sends the
kernel crash dumps. Not done a manual separate bug though.
libmemcached 0.49, in rawhide, now provides:
You may also have to check new syntax for config, which could affect
I've just orphaned cnetworkmanager.
Upstream is pretty dead, and nmcli does everything cnetworkmanager did
and more. Also, it may not work at all in f15+ due to NM changes.
There's 2 open bugs on it:
709356 Fedora new cnetworkmanager D-Bus error, "ServiceName" property
583043 Fedora assigned UnicodeEncodeError in networkmanager/util.py line 125
If someone would like to take it and run with it, great. ;)
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As more and more bugzapper F13 EOL mails continue to come in, I've had a look
at some grab samples and have run into multiple bug reports for package "ocp"
not having been responded to since 2010:
owns only two packages: flac123 ocp
Last build in koji: 2010-08-09
Any news here?
I have stopped using compiz a while ago and didn't really have much
time to maintain it (it has a lots of open bugs) I decided that
it is probably better to hand it over to someone else who has more
time and actually still uses it.
It has lots abrt of bugs open some of them are bugs inside compiz,
others are driver bugs (some might be actually fixed by updates).
I have CC'ed Scott as he has been doing most of the maintenance work
recently, he probably might want to become the primary maintainer,
otherwise fell free to pick them up.
What does it occur when an update is revoked and is deleted?
I've done an updated version of package, made a build and when I write
the name in Package field I've found a bit odd that new build doesn't
appear in the combo box. I wonder if I did something wrong...
What do you think?
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