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Old 03-09-2009, 06:22 AM
Donnie Berkholz
 
Default Council agenda for 12 March 2009

This week's agenda:

On 19:19 Mon 02 Mar , Thomas Anderson wrote:
> - GLEP 55
> There had been quite a bit of discussion on this topic recently.
> Within hours of the council meeting new proposals were being proposed
> and discussion was ongoing.
>
> Conclusion:
> No decision as of yet. Ciaran Mccreesh(ciaranm) and Zac
> Medico(zmedico) volunteered to benchmark the various proposals on
> the package managers they maintain(paludis and portage
> respectively. Petteri(Betelgeuse) will assist with the portage
> benchmarks. Tiziano(dev-zero) and Alec Warner(antarus) will write
> up a comparison of the various proposals and their various
> advantages and disadvantages within a week.
>
> - GLEP 54
> There had been some discussion on gentoo-dev since last meeting,
> though no consensus or agreement had been reached(surprise!)
>
> Conclusion:
> Thomas Anderson(tanderson) and Luca Barbato(lu_zero) will write up
> a comparison of the advantages and disadvantages of the two
> proposals(-scm and _live). This will be completed within a week.

Both of these GLEPs are still pending progress on the above commitments.
We cannot move forward before these steps are completed. If for some
reason we still haven't seen the above or a detailed reason describing
the lack thereof by the meeting, let's get live updates there.

> - Overlay Masking in Repositories.
> Brian Harring(ferringb) asked for discussion for when overlays
> attempted to unmask packages provided by the master
> repository(gentoo-x86). Because this is only available in portage
> (it is contrary to PMS), Brian thought it should not be allowed.
>
> Numerous suggestions were made to the effect that if a standardized
> set format was agreed upon for repositories and package.unmask was
> allowed to contain sets, then this problem would be fixed.
>
> Conclusion:
> No decision, as only discussion was requested. Mart Raudsepp(leio)
> will follow up on this with discussion on gentoo-dev

What, if anything, do you think we should do here? I looked over the
discussion on -dev and it wasn't entirely clear to me what needed to
happen next.

Mart, perhaps you could fill us in -- do you need to respond to some of
the open questions?


Other than that, I didn't see any requests on the announcement thread.
Let's get an update on open bugs.

--
Thanks,
Donnie

Donnie Berkholz
Developer, Gentoo Linux
Blog: http://dberkholz.wordpress.com
 

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