The November 2005 Ubuntu Developer Summit is being called "Ubuntu Below Zero" because of the location, in Montreal, CA. This meeting will include a co-hosted LTSP meeting and Edubuntu meeting, and the Launchpad team will be there too. View the Meeting Home Page
- 19:29 EDT on Friday, 2005-10-28
- 19:12 EST on Wednesday, 2005-11-09
- Holiday Inn, Montreal, Canada
Each meeting has a person, or team, responsible for deciding which items are accepted for the agenda. This team is called the "meeting driver" and for Ubuntu Below Zero they are:
You should contact the meeting driver if you have any additional questions about the structure or agenda of the meeting.
Latest 5 additions to the meeting agenda
Launchpad Auto Build System User Interface for launchpad-buildd
This specification describes the Launchpad Auto Build User Interface, including management/control and presentation bits.
Adding gnupg signatures to bzr revisions for Bazaar
We wish to add the Arch feature of gpg-signed commits. These serve as protection against accidental or malicious corruption of an archive, by testifying that a revision was actually created by the person who claims to have created it.
Canonical is currently preparing to switch its internal development into bzr. This page is about this dogfooding process, our requirements and the current status of this project. We're making this public so that interested folk in the community can both contribute to, and gain from, the lessons and tools we use.
Handling keyword expansion in bazaar-ng for Bazaar
We wish to support expansion of $Id$ style keywords, as used in cvs and svn. Expansion should be off by default, and optionally turned on per file.
Email System for the Ticket Tracker for Launchpad itself
The next application in line to get an email interface is the Ticket tracker. At the moment it doesn't send any email notifications at all, and it's not possible to send email to it. So it needs both an outgoing and an incoming interface. This spec covers both interfaces in short to give an overview, more detailed s...
There are a total of 273 specifications on the meeting agenda. There are 33 specifications proposed which the organisers will review. You can view the full current agenda here.