Minutes from the Ubuntu Kernel Team meeting, 2012-05-15

Joseph Salisbury joseph.salisbury at canonical.com
Tue May 15 17:15:01 UTC 2012

= Meeting Minutes =
[[http://irclogs.ubuntu.com/2012/05/15/%23ubuntu-meeting.txt|IRC Log of
the meeting.]]
[[http://voices.canonical.com/kernelteam|Meeting minutes.]]

== Agenda ==
[[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/KernelTeam/Meeting#Tues, 15 May, 2012|20120515
Meeting Agenda]]

=== ARM Status  ===
 work on a Q/omap4 kernel is ongoing, but apart from that, nothing to
report this week

=== Release Metrics and Incoming Bugs  ===
 Release metrics and incoming bug data can be reviewed at the following

=== Status: Quantal Development Kernel  ===
 a few things...
 Work items are beginning to populate the blueprints.  I'll start calling
 out specific work items in upcoming meetings.
 We've rebased the Quantal kernel to upstream v3.4-rc7.  We uploaded but
 ran into a build failure on i386.  Test builds are currently underway
 and we will re-upload shortly.  We also have the quantal kernel building
 in precise.  We are getting a PPA set up so that testing can commence.
 Important upcoming dates:
  * Thurs Jun 7 - Alpha 1 (~3 weeks)

=== Status: CVE's  ===
 Currently we have 82 CVEs on our radar, with 5 new CVEs in the last
 three weeks.  See the CVE matrix for the current list:


 Overall the backlog has increased slightly slightly this week:


 This week sees Quantal listed for the first time, and the addition
 of the armadaxp kernels for ease of tracking.

=== Status: Stable, Security, and Bugfix Kernel Updates -
Precise/Oneiric/Natty/Lucid/Hardy  ===
 Here is the status for the main kernels, until today (May  15):

  * Hardy    - 2.6.24-31.101 - Testing; Single CVE
  * Lucid    - 2.6.32-41.89  - Testing; 5 CVEs
  * Natty    - 2.6.38-15.59  - Nothing this cycle
  * Oneiric  - 3.0.0-20.34   - Testing; 4 stable upstream releases
(approx. 300 commits)
  * Precise  - 3.2.0-24.38   - Testing; 2 stable upstream releases
(approx. 140 commits)

 Current opened tracking bugs details:
  * http://people.canonical.com/~kernel/reports/kernel-sru-workflow.html

 For SRUs, SRU report is a good source of information:
  * http://people.canonical.com/~kernel/reports/sru-report.html

 Future stable cadence cycles:
  * https://wiki.ubuntu.com/QuantalQuetzal/ReleaseInterlock

=== Open Discussion or Questions? Raise your hand to be recognized  ===
 No discussion.

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