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* Introduction: the release cycle approach
 
* Introduction: the release cycle approach
 
* Define the overall goal for 0.90
 
* Define the overall goal for 0.90

Revision as of 10:18, 25 October 2010

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  • The Development team holds regular, bi-weekly meetings on Mondays at 14 UTC (9:00 EST) on irc://irc.freenode.net#sugar-meeting. Please add to the agenda below, and please join in with your ideas.
  • The Fedora development project for the OLPC XO and a Sugar distribution holds weekly meetings on Thursdays at 17:00 UTC (12:00 EST) on irc://irc.freenode.net#fedora-olpc.
(Hint: You can use an online time calculator to convert from UTC to your local time zone or back.)

The Sugar Labs Meetings calendar is available in a variety of formats at these links: XML.gif ICal.gif HTML.gif

Upcoming Agenda

  • Settle down patch submitting workflow alsroot 07:59, 25 October 2010 (EDT)
  • Requirement to use sugar-lint (or so) in git pre-commit. alsroot 07:59, 25 October 2010 (EDT)
  • Increase a level of trust within core team, make patch reviewing workflow more clear:
    • Any submitter, to a particular core project, might be a reviewer (we either should trust all these people or drop them from committer list) alsroot 07:59, 25 October 2010 (EDT)
    • To accept regular (reviewer decides whether patches are regular or not, of course, better to discuss it with other committers if there are doubts) patches, only one reviewer is needed alsroot 07:59, 25 October 2010 (EDT)
    • Non-regular patches should be formed in Features. These patches might take several tens of K. This is by design; that it is hard not only to develop, but also to review and it should involve several committers for a reasonable amount of time. alsroot 09:28, 25 October 2010 (EDT)
    • Review process should not include debates about coding style, if coding style conforms to lint checks and Hacking Policy (if it has unequivocal statements, needs to be rechecked), it should be applied alsroot 09:33, 25 October 2010 (EDT)
  • officially dropping support for 0.86? (e.g. #1838)
    • do we need to discuss thing like that on Development Team meeting, is it a more appropriate task for Deployment and Platform teams? alsroot 07:59, 25 October 2010 (EDT)

About

  • Quick update about what we have been working on and eventually the problems we have run into.
  • Discussion about the implementation details of tickets we are planning to work on. Figure out how to split up the work and who should be owning the various parts.
  • Questions from activity authors about specific aspects of the platform and more in general on how to better integrate their activity in Sugar. Report about problems they run into.
  • Help out new contributors to figure out where to start. Point out the tickets we need help with, discuss with them the implementation.

Who

The meeting is mainly targeted to Sugar core and activity developers, but everyone interested is welcome to join. It's primary purpose is to try to open the development up a bit, make it more transparent and allow the community to participate more easily. For when to join see 'When and Where'.

How to add topics

You can add the topics that you want to discuss during the week to the topics section for the meeting. They will be collected during the week and send out in the meeting announcement on Thursday morning.

Upcoming Meetings

Previous Meetings

Wednesday 30 June 2010 13:00 UTC

minutes, log

  • Introduction: the release cycle approach
  • Define the overall goal for 0.90
  • Review processes (review, Feature)
  • Open positions (development team, design team, testing team)

Monday 22 March 2010 14:00 UTC

minutes, log.

  • Welcome newcomers
  • 0.88 Release: hard code freeze, final release, 0.88.1

Monday 8 March 2010 14:00 UTC

minutes, log.

  • backport SL#1787 to 0.86, push out + announce new release
  • 0.88 Release: bug database cleanup, code review, stabilization, etc

Monday 22 February 2010 14:00 UTC

minutes, log.

  • 0.88 Release: bug database cleanup, fix bugs, etc
  • Activity Team: Move to new toolbar

Monday 8 February 2010 14:00 UTC

Logs

logs

minutes

Topics

  • State of 0.88 release