Kernel Bug Day Tuesday 9 March 2010
jeremy.foshee at canonical.com
Wed Mar 10 00:43:30 UTC 2010
On Tue, 2010-03-09 at 16:55 -0600, manoj.iyer at canonical.com wrote:
> Jfo, the link you posted lists karmic, hardy, and jaunty. I believe the
> focus should be on Lucid.
Initial focus I agree should be Lucid. Additionally, and going forward,
I want all regressions addressed so that we aren't pushing kernels that
have breakage on things that worked at one time in the not so distant
past. It would please me to no end to show big goose eggs for most of
the regressions on releases we track.
> --- manjo
> On Mon, 8 Mar 2010, Jeremy Foshee wrote:
> > Hi All!
> > I'd like to officially announce the organization of the Weekly Kernel
> > Bug Day to address regressions.
> > What this means is that we would like for all members of the Ubuntu
> > Kernel Team as well as the community to focus on regression bugs for one
> > day a week up to release. We will then discuss and enhance the Bug Day
> > to a more general bug focused day going forward into the next release at
> > UDS.
> > I'll be modifying the script that generates the weekly Bug List  to
> > include regressions from all of the other kernel architectures, so
> > expect to see something on that tomorrow.
> > All are welcome to help so please join us in the #ubuntu-kernel channel
> > as we work to resolve these bugs!
> > Thanks!
> > ~JFo
> >  https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelTeam/BugDay
> >  http://qa.ubuntu.com/reports/jfo/kernel-buglist.html
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