Minutes from the Ubuntu Kernel Team meeting, 2011-03-13
joseph.salisbury at canonical.com
Tue Mar 13 17:32:59 UTC 2012
= Meeting Minutes =
[[http://irclogs.ubuntu.com/2012/03/13/%23ubuntu-meeting.txt|IRC Log of
== Agenda ==
[[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelTeam/Meeting#Tues, 13 Mar, 2012|20120313
=== ARM Status ===
P/omap4: a new kernel (3.2.0-1408.11) is out - it contains a buch of
CVE fixes and it has been rebased on Ubuntu-3.2.0-18.2 (vanilla 3.2.9).
=== Release Metrics and Incoming Bugs ===
Release metrics and incoming bug data can be reviewed at the following
=== Milestone Targeted Work Items ===
|| apw || hardware-p-kernel-boot || 4 work items ||
|| || hardware-p-kernel-config-review || 1 work items ||
|| || hardware-p-kernel-delta-review || 3 work items ||
|| ogasawara || hardware-p-kernel-config-review || 1 work item ||
If your name is in the above table, please review your Beta-2 work items.
=== Blueprint: hardware-p-kernel-power-management ===
nothing to report this week
=== Status: Precise Development Kernel ===
We uploaded the 3.2.0-18.29 kernel last Friday and we have just
rebased master-next to upstream stable v3.2.10 (minus 1 patch which
introduces a build failure). Beta-2 Freeze is next Thurs, March 22. I
plan to upload this Friday and hope that this will be the kernel we use
for Beta-2. Should any additional patches land which are deemed
necessary for Beta-2 we would have enough time to upload again no later
than Tues, March 20. Any uploads after that are subject to approval by
the release team.
Important upcoming dates:
* Thurs Mar 22 - Beta-2 Freeze (~1 week)
* Thurs Mar 29 - Beta-2 (~2 weeks)
=== Status: CVE's ===
Currently we have 71 CVEs on our radar, two new CVEs were added this week.
See the CVE matrix for the current list:
In addition to the two new CVEs one gained an additional fix which has
also been applied. Overall the backlog is unchanged this week:
=== Status: Stable, Security, and Bugfix Kernel Updates -
Here is the status for the main kernels, until today (Mar. 06):
* Hardy - 2.6.24-31.100 - Regression testing; A single CVE.
* Lucid - 2.6.32-40.87 - Regression testing; CVEs, eCryptfs,
NFSv4, block, and other misc. fixes.
* Maverick - 2.6.35-32.67 - Promote to -updates; A single CVE.
* Natty - 2.6.38-13.57 - Security pocket review; CVEs, eCryptfs
and some other fixes.
* Oneiric - 3.0.0-16.29 - Verification; CVEs and 3 stable upstream
Current opened tracking bugs details:
For SRUs, SRU report is a good source of information:
Future stable cadence cycles:
=== Open Discussion or Questions? Raise your hand to be recognized ===
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