Team Work - Detailed
Paul Larson (plars)
- Added some code to make abrek give more output during test execution, with an option to mute this
- Fixed some json compatibility issues after testing abrek with the latest launch-control changes
- Added a subcommand for the dashboard module in abrek that generates bundles from test results, which can be imported into launch-control
- Code reviews for Deepti's test suite branches
- Code reviews for launch control
- Started testing on some images to prepare for weekly image testing, and help write test cases for them
- Fixed some database issues on QA tracker
- None currently
- Continue working on test suites in abrek
- Review Alexandros's branch
- More code reviews, planning, etc
James Westby (james_w)
- Mainly working on planning and trying to get the new Infrastructure team process up and running.
- Had the first stakeholder meeting 2010-09-29, and created skeletons for the proposals we have so far. Details sent to the team with request for help in refining the proposals.
- At the LP stakeholders meeting I got the LP team to agree to make some blueprint improvements, with Jamie being involved in the definition of the improvements that we want.
- Postponed lots of outstanding workitems that we are unlikely to get to this cycle.
- Got the hardware pack scripts packaged and in the tools PPA.
- Michael kindly tested the hwpack backend for lexbuilder and it worked as designed, so started the push to get it reviewed and landed so we can move hwpack generation to better infrastructure.
- Plenty of reviews.
- Continue defining the projects that we may work on at the start of next cycle.
- Get UDS sessions ready for scheduling.
- Implement source hwpack generation.
Zygmunt Krynicki (zyga)
laid out roadmap for 0.2 release (http://www.suxx.pl/redmine/projects/launch-control/roadmap)
- added support for sign-in/sign-out/password change/password to website UI
- good progress on new stream/bundle views
- released Launch Control 0.1.1 to fix configuration issue
- Follow development roadmap according to priority
- My RT ticket 40616 for deploying launch control is stalled because the person responsible is on sick leave
Michael Hudson (mwhudson)
- Three branches landed:
- "Make prefix of distribution channel descriptor a configurable option": Branch landed, DONE
- Observed that describe-licensing script was broken, fixed it. Branch landed.
- "Fix bug 598658. Team access. Currently hard coded to Canonical": Re-implemented existing policy with much more flexbile mechanism, this branch landed.
- Three branches landed:
- Had short call with Cody, mostly talked about access control.
- Many branches in review:
"Email addresses for notifications need to be configurable": Branch still in review (no progress). <https://code.edge.launchpad.net/~mwhudson/bugsy/parameterize-notifications/+merge/35058>
"no-more-pvii": Hacked up some terrible JS to replace script of unclear license. Branch still in review (no progress). <https://code.edge.launchpad.net/~mwhudson/bugsy/no-more-pvii/+merge/32947>
"Implement DB schema migration": Branch still in review (no progress). <https://code.edge.launchpad.net/~mwhudson/bugsy/add-south/+merge/35630>
"Sources.list passwords": Branch still in review (no progress). <https://code.edge.launchpad.net/~mwhudson/bugsy/sources.list-passwords/+merge/35762>
"Fix bug 429806 by setting build name earlier": Branch still in review (no progress). <https://code.edge.launchpad.net/~mwhudson/bugsy/set-build-name-earlier-bug-429806/+merge/35979>
Trivial-ish branch to not present a 'logout' link when no user is logged in (something that only became possible in the last week). <https://code.edge.launchpad.net/~mwhudson/bugsy/trivial/+merge/36819>
Slightly crazy experimental branch that unifies Python and shell configs (and removes some of the dependencies of being installed in /srv) <https://code.edge.launchpad.net/~mwhudson/bugsy/all-python-config/+merge/36617>
- Tested james-w's hwpacks-in-lexbuilder branch. It worked fine.
- Not blueprinted:
- Had brief chat with Deepti.
- Read a bit about launch-control and abrek.
- Spent some time reading about more general image building issues (debootstrap vs multistrap etc).
- More reviews of my branches.
- "Contents of the notifications must be templated": Just do this (didn't get to this in the last week).
- "Fix bug 598658. Team access. Currently hard coded to Canonical": Implement more flexible policy that will allow for a public deployment.
- Start investigating a Linaro offspring install and write up requirements.
- Not blueprinted:
- Continue to support Deepti.
- Play with abrek and launch-control, probably improving the latter to be easier to run on a developer box.
- Take part in daily build testing.
- Access to code reviewer
Guilherme Salgado (salgado)
- refactor l-m-c to integrate better with hwpack-install, thus avoiding some steps that are done twice now: Done
- Not blueprinted
Set up beagle xM. Had problems with power supply (didn't seem to work, but it turned out the connectors in the socket adapter were bent and thus not touching the metal parts on the other end) and the usb->serial cable which seemed to be corrupting the output (new one will arrive today and hopefully it will work).
- some Launchpad UI reviews
- got summit.u.c changes through review
- Draw mockups for the package-upload workflow, starting from scratch, and ask Peter Pearse to "test" them
- Not blueprinted
- more Launchpad UI reviews
- QA summit.u.c changes as soon as they're deployed
- finish setting up beagle xM and take part on weekly release testing
Deepti Kalakeri (deepti)
- Completed the automation of installation, execution, and results parsing for the gmpbench into abrek. Worked on the review comments on gmpbench sent by Paul and submitted the modified script.
- Started looking into the tiobench test suite
- Work on completing the automation of installation, execution, and results parsing for the tiobench test suite.
- Work on the review comments on gmpbench automation if any.
Ian Smith (ismith)
- Presented draft consolidated report to Anmar for review.
- Looked at licensing and implications depending on how code is accessed.
Looking into LexBuilder installation
- Updated Builder comparison with Hudson and a compatibility matrix.
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