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Old 03-18-2009, 10:45 PM
Mathias Gug
 
Default Server Team 20090317 meeting minutes

Hi,

Here are the minutes of the meeting. They can also be found online with
the irc logs here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MeetingLogs/Server/20090317.


==== KVM backport in hardy ====

kirkland asked for some assistance testing a kvm-84 package that he prepared
for hardy. It's available in ubuntu-virt PPA[1]. The goal is to prepare an
SRU for hardy. There was some discussions about the best way to conduct
testing as the new version contains security fixes. It was suggested to go
through the following workflow: ~ubuntu-virt PPA -> hardy-backports ->
hardy-{proposed|security} -> hardy-updates.

ACTION: kirkland to write a blog post asking for testing of kvm 84 backport to
hardy with specific instructions on how-to setup kvm 84 from the ubuntu-virt
PPA

[1]: https://edge.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-virt/+archive/ppa

==== likewise-open 5 in jaunty ====

ttx reported that a FF Exception had been granted to likewise-open-5 and he
had uploaded the package. He added that this was a new separate package from
the likewise-open 4.1 packages as the upgrade from 4.1 to 5.0 required to
leave the domain and rejoin it. So Likewise Open 5 will coexist with Likewise
Open 4.1 in Jaunty. For the Karmic cycle we'll work with upstream to propose a
seamless upgrade for all users to the latest version and phase out 4.1. There
was some discussion about the best way to document that behavior: the Ubuntu
Server Guide and the Debian.News file seemed to be the most appropriate
locations.

==== screen-profiles by default ====

kirkland brought up the question of installing screen-profiles by default on
EC2 instances and thus running screen by default when logging into an EC2
system. zul, soren and ehammond1 already discussed it and were against. There
were some concerns about overlapping key bindings. The discussion was deferred
to the next release cycle.

==== Agree on next meeting date and time ====

Next meeting will be on Tuesday, March 24th at 15:00 UTC in #ubuntu-server.

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Ubuntu Developer http://www.ubuntu.com

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Old 03-18-2009, 10:45 PM
Mathias Gug
 
Default Server Team 20090317 meeting minutes

Hi,

Here are the minutes of the meeting. They can also be found online with
the irc logs here: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MeetingLogs/Server/20090317.


==== KVM backport in hardy ====

kirkland asked for some assistance testing a kvm-84 package that he prepared
for hardy. It's available in ubuntu-virt PPA[1]. The goal is to prepare an
SRU for hardy. There was some discussions about the best way to conduct
testing as the new version contains security fixes. It was suggested to go
through the following workflow: ~ubuntu-virt PPA -> hardy-backports ->
hardy-{proposed|security} -> hardy-updates.

ACTION: kirkland to write a blog post asking for testing of kvm 84 backport to
hardy with specific instructions on how-to setup kvm 84 from the ubuntu-virt
PPA

[1]: https://edge.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-virt/+archive/ppa

==== likewise-open 5 in jaunty ====

ttx reported that a FF Exception had been granted to likewise-open-5 and he
had uploaded the package. He added that this was a new separate package from
the likewise-open 4.1 packages as the upgrade from 4.1 to 5.0 required to
leave the domain and rejoin it. So Likewise Open 5 will coexist with Likewise
Open 4.1 in Jaunty. For the Karmic cycle we'll work with upstream to propose a
seamless upgrade for all users to the latest version and phase out 4.1. There
was some discussion about the best way to document that behavior: the Ubuntu
Server Guide and the Debian.News file seemed to be the most appropriate
locations.

==== screen-profiles by default ====

kirkland brought up the question of installing screen-profiles by default on
EC2 instances and thus running screen by default when logging into an EC2
system. zul, soren and ehammond1 already discussed it and were against. There
were some concerns about overlapping key bindings. The discussion was deferred
to the next release cycle.

==== Agree on next meeting date and time ====

Next meeting will be on Tuesday, March 24th at 15:00 UTC in #ubuntu-server.

--
Mathias Gug
Ubuntu Developer http://www.ubuntu.com

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