Friday, 7 June 2013

Re: [Ubuntu-phone] Status of 100 scopes and touch landing to saucy


On Fri, Jun 7, 2013 at 6:46 AM, Didier Roche <> wrote:
> Le 06/06/2013 18:59, Didier Roche a écrit :
> Hopefully the latest report before telling "it's in saucy now".
> "It's in saucy now". \o/
> When you will read those lines, the 100 scopes, unity 7 and a big chunk of
> the touch port is in saucy! Please note that most of components of the touch
> parts remains in universe.
> During the night, grabbing the latest fixes for Unity 7, however, we got
> some intrusives commits with it and had to revert them (basically, bad
> reconnection with unity-panel-service if it crashed and some big refactoring
> which made unity segfaulting a lot). The good news is that the automated
> tests caught that and we had to go the revert way to find the culprits. No
> harm was done in this revert, but maybe some baguette has been eaten ;)
> That with some NEWing and promotions to main (with some adjustments upload),
> saucy now gets all those latest goodness.
> For the stats fan, here are some involved in this transition:
> 85 uploads to the archive was involved (83 by daily release)
> 36 NEW components (28 for main, 16 in universe).
> 38 components MIRed and promoted to main.
> 1 demotion to universe
> 3 packages removed from distro (old lenses replaced or not compatible with
> 100 scopes).
> Note that 3 are rejected (mainly the touch apps) as they need some license
> fix before entering the archive.
> We noticed some remarks for our upstreams of things that would be good to
> fix packaging-wise (most of them were not blockers apart from the 3 previous
> mentioned components). Sebastien and I, while reviewing for NEWing them,
> made some notes available here: The
> ubuntu-unity integration team will as well help to get excellent package
> standard as well, fixing those.
> So, we are resuming to normal daily release plan (but now to saucy) apart
> for the apps stack so that upstream can fix (without any other tentative
> upload to archive) the licensing. This one will be in manual publication
> mode, meaning that we will still have package uploaded to the daily build
> ppa and tests running. Just no publication to the archive.
> Thanks to everyone involved in the landing and upstream for helping fixing
> promptly the issues we noticed!
> Happy upgrade :)
> Cheers,
> Didier
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