kubuntu-bugs team

Jonathan Riddell jr at jriddell.org
Mon Aug 12 10:12:35 UTC 2013

----- Forwarded message from Brian Murray <brian at ubuntu.com> -----

Date: Mon, 5 Aug 2013 09:32:05 -0700
From: Brian Murray <brian at ubuntu.com>
To: jriddell at ubuntu.com
Cc: Steve Langasek <slangasek at canonical.com>
Subject: Re: kubuntu-bugs team

I've discovered that I can subscribe teams which I am not a member of to
packages in Launchpad.  To move this project along I will be subscribing
the kubuntu-bugs team to the packages listed below on Friday, August
9th, if I do not hear any objection from you.

On Wed, Jul 17, 2013 at 02:22:10PM -0700, Brian Murray wrote:
> Hi, I hope things are well with you!
> There is an ongoing project to map the relationship between Ubuntu teams
> and packages in the Ubuntu archive.  This was tracked using a Google
> Document, but the release team and I would really rather it was done
> using Launchpad.  We are working on having Launchpad teams subscribed to
> packages which they care about so that reports like
> http://reqorts.qa.ubuntu.com/reports/rls-mgr/rls-s-tracking-bug-tasks.html
> will show important bugs under that team's name.  Additionally, the
> team's subscribed packages will appear at errors.ubuntu.com:
> https://errors.ubuntu.com/?user=kubuntu-bugs&period=day.
> I'm contacting you as one of the administrators of the Kubuntu Bugs team
> in Launchpad.  This team maps really well to the packages listed for the
> Kubuntu team in the Google Document, however there are some
> discrepancies (packages to which kubuntu-bugs is not subscribed):
> attica
> blas
> calligra-l10n
> cmake
> eigen2
> kdesudo
> kipi-plugins
> kopete-message-indicator
> kvkbd
> lensfun
> libdbusmenu-qt
> liblastfm
> libnova
> libspectre
> libutempter
> pyenchant
> qoauth
> qscintilla2
> qt-assistant-compat
> shared-desktop-ontologies
> skanlite
> speedcrunch
> If you could subscribe the team to these packages (by going to
> http://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/attica and clicking "Subscribe
> to bug mail") or let me know which ones you don't think are Kubuntu ones
> and why, that would help move the project along.  If you are not the
> right person to take care of this please let me know who may be.

Brian Murray

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