A new SRU cycle started...
stefan.bader at canonical.com
Tue Jun 25 11:12:14 UTC 2019
On 19.06.19 14:22, Stefan Bader wrote:
> Note that added an additional buffer week this cycle before starting
> to crank kernels. This pushes out the release date for this cycle to
> July 1rst.
> cycle: 03-Jun through 30-Jun
> 05-Jun Last day for kernel commits for this cycle.
> 10-Jun - 14-Jun Kernel prep week.
> 17-Jun - 28-Jun Bug verification & Regression testing.
> 01-Jul Release to -updates.
As we had been impacted by multiple urgent security updates and follow-up
re-spins we are unable to provide kernel for this cycle which would get enough
testing time before release.
For that reason we decided to not release this cycle and carry all changes over
into the next cycle with additional changes applied. We apologize for the delay.
Note, that this keeps the dates for the next cycle unchanged. So any patches for
next cycle must be submitted until June-26 (as before) to make it into next cycle.
> Kernel Versions
> linux: 5.0.0-18.19
> linux: 4.18.0-23.24
> linux: 4.15.0-53.57
> linux-hwe: 4.18.0-23.24~18.04.1
> linux-hwe-edge: 5.0.0-18.19~18.04.2
> linux: 4.4.0-152.179
> linux-hwe: 4.15.0-53.57~16.04.1
> linux-hwe-edge: 4.15.0-53.57~16.04.1
> cycle: 01-Jul through 21-Jul
> 26-Jun Last day for kernel commits for this cycle.
> 01-Jul - 05-Jul Kernel prep week.
> 08-Jul - 19-Jul Bug verification & Regression testing.
> 22-Jul Release to -updates.
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