Matthias Klose

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Planning to have GCC 4.8 and binutils 2.24, and a recent glibc version as the default versions for the toolchain in 14.04 LTS. Older versions of the toolchain may be still in the archive, but should be demoted. - The GCC 4.8 release is expected in spring 2013. The 4.8.0 release will be uploaded to raring. It is pl...
Distro buildd usage for Ubuntu
Review the buildd resources available for the distro builds and various test builds, discuss buildd uses outside the core distro team (like daily Go builds, and unity test builds). - priorities for non-distro builds in times when the buildds are needed for distro - armhf buildd resources. even after stealing arme...
LTS upgrades for Ubuntu
Prepare for the lucid -> precise LTS upgrade * testing * backporting apt from oneiric/precise to lucid for multiarch enabled upgrades * dpkg-maintscript-helper not available in lucid, used in preinst scripts: need some archive analysis to catch these issues and make sure they won't impact upgrades
libjpeg-turbo is fork of the original libjpeg project. It contains numerous performance related enhancements and is at least twice faster in JPEG compression/decompression than original libjpeg on platforms with MMX/SSE instruction set. It has same API/ABI like original libjpeg and also runs on non-SSE platforms whe...