Todo list. Please add things, we can think about prioritising later.
Web and Documentation
Set up scheduled builds of live-manual, particularly the html version.
After every git commit, the live-manual is updated on https://live-team.pages.debian.net/live-manual/html/live-manual/index.en.html
Open: regularly publish the Debian packages and include in devel-manuals (807954)
- live-wrapper is no longer present in Bookworm and later (due to Python2)
Build a picture of where development currently stands.
- live-build is used to generate the live images for Bookworm
The generated images are reproducible, when using test/rebuild.sh (see https://wiki.debian.org/ReproducibleInstalls/LiveImages)
- The images are generated regularly by Jenkins and live-setup and tested for functionality on openQA
- Enable rebuild.sh to name the ISO file directly, which would (re)enable zsync
- Enable/Offer more localisation options in GRUB
- Test the images that are generated by live-setup on openQA (in addition to the images generated by Jenkins)
Investigate whether eatmydata (or apparently the more modern the dpkg option force-unsafeio will speed up building the images
Designated contact: evgeni
- Add History section.
Update URLs & project related instructions. -- ?RolandClobus 2019-04-07 08:00:00: I'm working on fixing the URLs
- Try not to break translations in the process.
Every git commit will update https://live-team.pages.debian.net/live-manual/
Web live images builder
Host a replacement for the former web live images builder. (807957)
Currently tests are on https://openqa.debian.net/group_overview/14
- Add the images generated by live-setup to openQA
- Test an installation scenario that requires LUKS
- Test an installation scenario with pre-installed Windows 10/11
- Test whether the installed programs will start for desktops other than Gnome and KDE
- Extend the list of tested programs with all programs that are present on the live image