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Old 05-12-2008, 09:12 PM
John Poelstra
Default Fedora Release Engineering Meeting Recap 2008-05-12

Recap and full IRC transcript found here:

Please make corrections and clarifications to the wiki page.

== Preparing Fedora 9 ==
* The x86_64 DVD jigdo is busted due to our last minute respins on
Friday--need to hand edit newly created files

* Consider making jigdo tree verification an F10 feature
* Change permissions 40 minutes before release
* Change the inheritance of 'dist-rawhide' from 'f9-final' to
* Create .ini files for torrent

== Post Fedora 9 ==
* During our short "down" time before F10 alpha f13 would like to get
some things going

1. Better use of our Trac space
* closing out tickets on time
* tracking milestones and tasks
1. Start scoping tasks for summer intern
* Casey Dahlin (he's worked with notting in the past on things
like upstart)
* work on things lik new maintainer containment, tooling around
non-responsive maintainers, Trac gateway, and other potential things
like Kopers (Koji Personal Repos)

1. Tools
* sigul--signing server needs work and connection with koji
* pungi is going to inherit splittree and pkgorder from
anaconda-runtime; need to integrate the functionality of those into
pungi code

* more tooling around releng tasks and tree validation
1. Upgrade releng1 to RHEL5 from FC6
1. What to cover at FUDCon Boston
a. Start conversation about generation SCM (Source Control
* primary focus on requirements gathering and work flow

a. SELinux vs. chroots discussion--see fedora-selinux-list
* f13 is planning to run for Fedora Board and if he secures a position
he would no longer represent Release Engineering on FESCo--would need a

== IRC Transcript ==

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