bugs and remaining dev for ubuntu studio 12.04
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Mon Apr 2 20:49:48 UTC 2012
On 03/31/2012 05:13 AM, breek wrote:
> Scrive Scott Lavender<scottalavender at gmail.com>:
>> hello everyone,
>> i'd like to list the recent bugs and discuss which ones we feel we
>> need to address in the remaining time for the precise release cycle.
>> * bug #963498 - menu is not ubuntu studio menu 
>> * bug #925257 - pulse/jack not bridging 
>> * bug #964931 - plymouth text screen says ubuntu not ubuntu studio 
>> * bug #956438 - qjackctl unable to stop jack via dbus 
>> * bug #946591 - add ubuntustudio-live-settings to repository 
>> * not filed yet - change mixer plugin backend
>> * not filed yet - graphical partition confirmation uses xfce logo
>> during installation
>> are there any that i have missed that should be discussed for the
>> remainder of 12.04?
>> which ones are suggested that we should work on for 12.04? keep in
>> mind that we are at the end of the cycle.
>> i think the menu bug (963498) is an important one. and given
>> feedback, i would like to address the mixer plugin bug (not filed yet)
>> as well.
>> the ubuntustudio-live-settings bug (946591) doesn't seemed to be
>> "fix-released" and i wonder what impact that is having. my memory was
>> that this had to do with the ubiquity plugin.
>> lastly, is the pulse/jack bug (925257) still a bug? should we mark as
>> "incomplete" or otherwise adjust the report?
>> let's discuss these please.
>>  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/pulseaudio/+bug/925257
>>  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+bug/964931
>>  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/qjackctl/+bug/956438
>>  https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntustudio-live/+bug/946591
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> file manager on menu opens nautilus while home folder and devices on desktop
> open thunar; i think having 2 file managers is a bit confusing.
> video production menu shows inkscape and audacity: a bug?
If thunar is opened when opening items on the desktop (a gnome config?),
I guess that means Thunar is set to handle the desktop, even when
nautilus is set to be the standard file manager.
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