Thursday, 20 March 2014

Re: ANN: TRAINCON-0 - CITRAIN all stop starting Friday

On Thursday, March 20, 2014 18:58:28 Alexander Sack wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I am sending this as a proxy for the not-yet existing TRAINCON bot
> that will give you updates about our touch image alert state that come
> with individual landing rules.
>
> The TRAINCON levels that were discussed at UDS are:
>
> - TRAINCON-2 - everything green, normal landing rules apply
> - TRAINCON-1 - no promotion for 2 days, restricted landing rules that
> avoids risks and fastpath regression fixes apply
> - TRAINCON-0 - no promotion for 5 days, regression fixes only rules apply
>
> Since we were not able to promote a touch image since last friday, we
> want to pursue according to the vUDS scheme above and move on to
> TRAINCON-0 state for our touch images. To make that happen, I have
> given the directive to the Landing Team to put the CITrain in "all
> stop" mode first thing Friday morning in Europe. If you have
> questions, concerns or want an exception of this "all stop" approach,
> please contact me (asac) or in case I am not around rickspencer3
> directly.
>
> We also kindly ask our core-devs with direct upload power for their
> support. Please wait with your uploads that affect touch until we have
> fully recovered.
>
> The bugs that are needed to get fixed are below:
>
> * music-app: https://bugs.launchpad.net/music-app/+bug/1292306 (Kevin
> and Saviq)
> - Upon upgrading to Qt5.2 the music app no longer plays the next
> song if the screen is off
>
> * alarms:
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/indicator-datetime/+bug/1295122
> (Thomas S.)
> - Alarms not going off reliably on recent touch images
>
> * alarms:
> https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/indicator-datetime/+bug/1295237
> (Thomas S.)
> - Alarm ringing not going off when clicking dismissed and you have
> to reboot the phone to stop it.
>
> Thanks for everyone helping us in the past week flashing out many bugs
> related to the qt transition and special helps for those brave heros
> that currently work hard to get these three blockers sorted.

If you want to make changes in current policy for archive uploads, I think
that should be coordinated with ubuntu-release. "But it's phone ..." doesn't
give free reign to bypass the community structure of Ubuntu.

Scott K

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