18.04.3 Point Release delayed to August 8th
paul.richards at gmail.com
Fri Aug 2 20:38:33 UTC 2019
For those not familiar with the iso tracker, is this the download we should
On Fri, 2 Aug 2019 at 17:39, Adam Conrad <adconrad at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Due to some miscommunication and a staffing issue (I was sick), this
> mail didn't go out earlier, but it should be obvious to most by now
> that the point release scheduled for this week was delayed due to
> last-minute kernel issues.
> The kernel issues are now resolved, and we're just cleaning up a few
> remaining DKMS problems, and should be on schedule to release 18.04.3
> next Thursday.
> With that in mind, we've spun up a set of near-RCs on the ISO tracker
> to get some testing over the weekend. These (intentionally) don't
> have the correct volume label or updated base-files yet, but should
> otherwise represent what we plan to release next week, so please do
> get some testing out there and let us know if something's terribly
> broken so we can address it first thing in the week and confidently
> release sane images by Thursday.
> Thanks in advance,
> ... Adam
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