sugarteam first steps.
jani at ubuntu.com
Sat Jul 26 17:54:32 BST 2008
I will be mostly offline in the next couple of weeks.
Regarding packaging I have not seen what Debian's status is.
It is most effective to start pushing the current packages in the sugarteam
PPA (copy over those from sugar PPA
as well) and go on working without blocking on someone who pushes them to
That should happen too eventually, I may find the time. But ideally it woul
donlyt be sync request and all coming
On Sat, Jul 26, 2008 at 7:42 PM, David Farning <dfarning at sugarlabs.org>wrote:
> The mailing list is up and working at
> https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/ubuntu-sugarteam so please
> sign up.
> Now that much of the administriva is out of the way, how should we
> For full disclosure, my goal is to have edubuntu shipping a Sugar based
> 1. Stabilize the Sugar packages in Universe. It is amazing how much
> has changed in Ubuntu in the last 1.5 years since I have been active.
> It is going to take me a while to catch up on the processes.
> a. Jani, are you willing/able to sponsor the Sugar packages until we
> can find/develop someone with the skills and trust to push packages
> into universe? If you are unable, could you point us in the right
> b. Identify a subset of sugar packages and start pushing them into
> universe. This basically looks to be a three way merge between Jani's
> original work, Jamses' packaging updates, and updated from upstream.
> c. Add new sugar packages and continue to sync current packages with
> 2. Respond to bugs. This will involve setting up a process for
> triaging bug, determining how and when to push issues upsteam, and
> patching local issues and pushing those patches into update repos.
> 3. Increase awareness of Sugar on Ubuntu.
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