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Details

Attendees

If you are interested please add your name to the list below. Feel free to add yourself even if you're not sure if you will attend.

Name

Nick

email

phone

sleep

notes

SteveMcIntyre

Sledge

93sam@debian.org

07775 786572

Hosting

Space for at least 6 people. Please contact before taking

?VincentSanders

kyllikki

vince@debian.org

?JonathanWiltshire

jmw

jmw at debian

Sledge's

?AndySimpkins

?RattusRattus

andy-debian @ koipond.org.uk

gopher / teaboy etc

MichaelDorrington

<michael.dorrington AT SPAMFREE gmail DOT com>

-

-

Attending via IRC

?JulienCristau

jcristau@debian.org

ManuelMontecelo

manuel.montezelo@gmail.com

BenHutchings

bwh

benh@debian.org

JoostvanBaal

joostvb

joostvb@debian.org

no thanks

will attend for about half a day

?JaviMerino

vicho

vicho@debian.org

NeilWilliams

codehelp

codehelp@debian.org

07960 584222

hosting space already taken

?EdwardBetts2

edward

edward@4angle.com

07984 003999

NeilMcGovern

Maulkin

neilm@debian.org

07969 791292

For the weak

?TimMarston

edam

tim_AT_ed.am

going home

Accommodation

There are quite a few DDs in/around Cambridge who might be persuaded to put you up if desired - please ask before paying for a place!

Transport

If you need a lift from the train station, there are people around who may be able to help you, so please ask.

Nearest airport to Cambridge is Stansted (STN) which has regular train links to Cambridge.

Bring

Please consider bringing the following items:

  • computers
  • power adaptors
  • power bars

Reports

Bugs pseudo-squashed:

Bugs reproduced / followed up:

  • 691898 (coreutils, asked for more info)

  • 669878 (dist-upgrade/kde/phonon-backend-vlc reproduced)

  • 694340 (libgconf2-4 / banshee - ping'd asking for a targeted fix.)

  • 696661 (bind9, patch written and requested testing by reporter)

  • 685726 (linux, patches tested and committed for next upload)

  • 695701 (kdesdk: bug already marked pending, pinged asking about upload)

  • 677407 (gnome-core|gnome-dbg: asked for re-testing using updated libglib2.0-0 from unstable)

  • 619600 (libghc-warp-dev: messed up package uploads causing problems, pinged maintainer for an update)

  • 694284 (fstrcmp: chased maintainer to ask about versions in wheezy)

  • 694870 (initramfs-tools-tcos: "gentcos uses non-existent option "-l" of modprobe", ask the opinion of Release Team about an unblock pre-approval in 699109)

  • 681830 (gdm3: reproduced with mechanism and suggested fix.)

Bugs closed with uploads:

  • 684854 (scim-chewing, testing-proposed-updates)

  • 697025 (gstreamer0.10, delayed/1)

  • 672986 (gnustep-gui, binNMUed)

  • 697173 (epiphany-browser)

  • 690799 (cairo, reassigned from evince)

  • 698922 (grub2-splashimages)

  • 687906 (coreutils, fix FTBFS in wheezy with tpu)

  • 698635 (gosa, delayed)

  • 696837 (deluge, delayed)

  • 693666 (dahdi-linux, delayed)

  • 697406 (python-greenlet, fix FTBFS in armel with tpu)

  • 665890 (python-greenlet, fix FTBFS in mips* with tpu)

  • 699102 (python-greenlet, fix FTBFS in sparc with tpu)

Bugs closed as done:

  • 694753 (brasero, ancient bug which includes lots of different, mostly-unrelated issues; original bugs is probably fixed already and the other issues should be re-opened as separate bugs with logs etc. has been tagged with moreinfo since May 2012 with no useful followups)

  • 698971 (cups, misfiled and the cause appears to be non-Debian packages)

  • 683012 (gnome-dvb-daemon, caused by glib ABI breakage)

Bugs looked at and abandoned:

  • 683289 and cloned as 694948 (libmono-webbrowser4.0-cil and libmono-webbrowser2.0-cil): "Doesn't work after dropping libgluezilla", I think that it cannot be fixed unless the whole src:mono is rebuilt without these binary packages enabled.

Removals proposed/requested:

  • RM: 699051 RC: 694589 (lastfmproxy - removal from unstable & testing)

  • RM: 699053 RC: 697901 (c2html) remove from unstable and testing

  • 696552 (mtpfs, removed from testing)

  • 659489 (gnumail, removed from testing)

  • 697871 (dma, removed from testing)

  • 697974 (axis2c + rampart, both for removal from testing)

Downgrades proposed:

Bugs downgraded:

  • 582774 (seed, not RC on ia64)

  • 695751 (insserv, not a regression and maybe not a bug in insserv at all)

  • 689268 (linux, only affects some hardware, should get fixed along with 687442)

  • 692814 (X, looks like a drm init race condition, seems hard to hit)

  • 697402 (pydoc loads both gtk2 and gtk3 and explodes in some cases; doesn't make it unusable)

  • 683671 (dash, probably not a regression and not all that common)

  • 687597 (openslp-dfsg, can't reproduce; probably there, but not that important IMHO)

  • 646704 (live-installer, maintainer gave up the package --and was OK with a wheezy-ignore tag--, and everyone else thinks it is not RC)

  • 696530 (menu-xdg, worked around elsewhere)

  • 698572 (setools, m68k ftbfs)

  • 699103 (telepathy-rakia, inflated initial severity)

Bugs opened:

  • 699110 (WNPP: O batv-milter for MIA maintainer)

  • 699114 (WNPP: O libnss-ldap for MIA maintainer)

  • 699116 (WNPP: O libnss-pam for MIA maintainer)

  • 699117 (WNPP: O sendmail for MIA maintainer)

  • 699118 (WNPP: O uucp for MIA maintainer)


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