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Old 10-04-2011, 11:45 AM
Sebastien Bacher
 
Default Desktop quality (bugs fixing)

Hey,

That's not really a topic but we all know we need to fix bugs (a lot of
those) for the LTS, we should make sure to budget time for that and have
a driven focus on the goal. One thing we might want to discuss is how we
will build the list of desktop bugs that we think we should work on the
during the LTS cycle.

The current list from Pedro and Qa are a nice but they only cover
selected set, how do we get visibility on i.e foundation issues, kernel
bugs, plymouth issues, etc that impact on what we are doing?

Cheers,
Sebastien Bacher


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Old 10-04-2011, 09:11 PM
Bryce Harrington
 
Default Desktop quality (bugs fixing)

On Tue, Oct 04, 2011 at 01:45:38PM +0200, Sebastien Bacher wrote:
> Hey,
>
> That's not really a topic but we all know we need to fix bugs (a lot of
> those) for the LTS, we should make sure to budget time for that and have
> a driven focus on the goal. One thing we might want to discuss is how we
> will build the list of desktop bugs that we think we should work on the
> during the LTS cycle.

Will there be a focus for LTS->LTS upgrade bugs? (More robust upgrades
in general would be nice.)

> The current list from Pedro and Qa are a nice but they only cover
> selected set, how do we get visibility on i.e foundation issues, kernel
> bugs, plymouth issues, etc that impact on what we are doing?

Can you elaborate on what info would be desired, or give some examples
of how this visibility was impared on oneiric?

Bryce

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Old 10-05-2011, 10:59 AM
Sebastien Bacher
 
Default Desktop quality (bugs fixing)

Le mardi 04 octobre 2011 à 14:11 -0700, Bryce Harrington a écrit :
> On Tue, Oct 04, 2011 at 01:45:38PM +0200, Sebastien Bacher wrote:

> Will there be a focus for LTS->LTS upgrade bugs? (More robust upgrades
> in general would be nice.)

I guess we should yes, we usually try to make sure lts to lts upgrades
work fine no reason to change that ;-)

> > The current list from Pedro and Qa are a nice but they only cover
> > selected set, how do we get visibility on i.e foundation issues, kernel
> > bugs, plymouth issues, etc that impact on what we are doing?
>
> Can you elaborate on what info would be desired, or give some examples
> of how this visibility was impared on oneiric?

Well, for "desktop ui" issue (i.e GNOME,dx,etc) we used
http://status.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/ubuntu-desktop/oneiric.html for
example. The xorg team has a similar status tracking, I think.
But where do we track i.e libc, plymouth, upstart bugs which have an
impact on the desktop?

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Old 10-05-2011, 11:25 AM
Sebastien Bacher
 
Default Desktop quality (bugs fixing)

Le mercredi 05 octobre 2011 à 12:59 +0200, Sebastien Bacher a écrit :
> But where do we track i.e libc, plymouth, upstart bugs which have an
> impact on the desktop?

One way would be to create a "desktop tracked" project on launchpad and
use "also affect" on all the bugs we think we should track...

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Old 10-05-2011, 12:02 PM
Pedro Villavicencio
 
Default Desktop quality (bugs fixing)

Hello,

El 05/10/11 08:25, Sebastien Bacher escribió:

Le mercredi 05 octobre 2011 à 12:59 +0200, Sebastien Bacher a écrit :

But where do we track i.e libc, plymouth, upstart bugs which have an
impact on the desktop?

One way would be to create a "desktop tracked" project on launchpad and
use "also affect" on all the bugs we think we should track...


That would be a good idea to help us with that. Probably the other way
we can take is to use tags, but I personally don't like to use tags much
since they are 'really' easy to change and I've seen a lot of users
using those as the forums do or even blog posts. If i have to choose one
approach I'd go for the 'also affects'.


Have a nice day,

pedro.

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