> We usually tend to open the archive with a few prepared changes in place, for
> the 20.04 cycle we are planning to open with
> - python3.8 as a supported version, maybe already as the default.
> - link time optimization enabled by default in GCC. This will
> add a few ftbfs (~400). I am currently planning to have a
> blacklist package listing all the source which cannot be
> built with LTO. The alternative of having to upload around
> 400 packages to disable LTO isn't appealing either.
> - new boost version
well, if i have one in place in time. At least it will split python2 &
What else is planned is:
- openssl, gnutls, nss with TLS v1.2 set as minimum protocol level
> Desktop and server teams didn't want to add anything to this list yet.
> When enabling the Debian syncs, we'll see some more transitions, as usual.
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