Fw: Daily release are now running every 4h.
micahg at ubuntu.com
Wed Aug 14 23:50:58 UTC 2013
On 08/14/2013 10:56 AM, Elfy wrote:
> On 14/08/13 15:06, Stephen Michael Kellat wrote:
>> This is new...
>> Stephen Michael Kellat
>> Begin forwarded message:
>> Date: Wed, 14 Aug 2013 09:48:33 +0200
>> From: Didier Roche <didrocks at ubuntu.com>
>> To: ubuntu-phone at lists.launchpad.net, Ubuntu Development
>> <ubuntu-devel at lists.ubuntu.com> Subject: Daily release are now running
>> every 4h.
>> Hey guys,
>> Yeah, we need a better name with that cadence change. :)
>> So now, the daily release process is run way more often to speed up our
>> delivery time to the baseline (every 4h). You will find more
>> information at
>> The particular important piece for upstream can be summed up there:
>> * you now have a window of 4 hours before the "tick" to push stuff in
>> different trunks in a coherence piece rather than only once a day,
>> before 00 UTC.
>> * everytime there is an issue with one component/stack, a bug is
>> opened, upstream is pinged about it and we write about those on
>> We escalate after 3 days if nothing is fixed by then.
>> You can find the schedule of the 4h tick here:
>> (look at the X cross for when a build starts)
>> I hope that will help to get faster and even more snappier and easy
> This is confusing as well as new.
> Do they mean that there is no longer a Daily to test - or that there
> will be 6 dailies daily - if you see what I mean.
No, this only affects the landing of packages to the Ubuntu archive that
Canonical has automated. Daily builds are unchanged (except for Touch,
but they chose to increase their cadence).
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