problems with upgrade of kde
jjesse at gmail.com
Thu May 21 21:10:22 BST 2009
On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 12:56 PM, Harald Sitter <apachelogger at ubuntu.com>wrote:
> On Donnerstag, 21. Mai 2009 01:33:03 Richard JOHNSON wrote:
> > On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 01:20:29AM +0200, Harald Sitter wrote:
> > > Also, that kind of stuff should probably be done over at KDE, Kubuntu,
> > > most, can do a second run every once in a while to ensure that Kubuntu
> > > specific patches don't cause regressions.
> > I think that once we get settled into a release we would go for the
> > automated testing and really get into the regression testing. We should
> > least make sure right now that packages build and install correctly,
> > because we don't need more grumpy developers, I think I am all you can
> > handle :p
> True :P
> > > Nope, this will be done based on debs built in $PPA (or eventually as
> > > provided by the developer). In any case the server will also do
> > > uploading of packages if a new revision was pushed, so it probably
> > > sense to just check for newly built debs and compare it's content to an
> > > established database of previous versions.
> > So we will in essence have 2 buildd's? We will push to this server which
> > will do some testing, and then if all goes well it will go to the PPA?
> Nah, the server just acts as proxy creating the source packages by merging
> with the branch and pushing that to the PPA. Then it grabs the deb
> it built, if not we get spam from soyuz anyway) and does the testing.
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However we do this in the future it would nice to make sure the packages are
able to be installed before announcing it in such a global way such as
kubuntu.org. I would have loved to test this in my Jaunty VM and provide
the updates/feedback to the list before we release it to the wild.
Now I am going to be reloading my laptop when i get back from vacation.
Currently the screen does not display in a way I can read the text, network
manager is dropping all the time the hotel wireless (my windows 7 system
maintains the link so its not the link thats the problem) and numerous other
whether we automate it or not, future3 updates should be announced first to
kubujntu-devel for testing then an announcement to the rest of the world
once that testing is done
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