[lsb-discuss] LSB conference call agenda (Tuesday, March 6, 11am ET)

Tracy Camp campt at openmars.com
Tue Mar 6 08:47:01 PST 2007


Yes I am still working on the font stack.  Since this isn't my day-job at 
the moment its getting done in 15 minute increments between everything 
else... ;)

So to help clarify - when is 3.2?

t.

On Tue, 6 Mar 2007, Banginwar, Rajesh wrote:

> Since I won't be able to attend, here are the few things we worked on
> (and got ready) for desktop LSB.
>
> 1. 3 FreeDesktop.org specs: Desktop entries, Menu and desktop base
> directories. The specs are close to 1.0 and tests are ready and already
> added to upstream CVS. The test bundle was also sent to Mats and I
> believe he has integrated with the desktop test suite.
> 2. 3 font libraries: Xft, Freetype and Xrender. Tests are done and sent
> to Mats for integration. Documentation for Xrender is still in progress
> (last I heard). Tracy Camp will be finishing that in time for LSB 3.2.
> The only potential issue here is the DB Schema changes (done by RAS)
> which may make the scripts that Tracy created fail. These scripts were
> developed to populate LSB DB with all the library type and interface
> info.
>
> I assume all of this is on the LSB 3.2 roadmap. Many of the Desktop ISVs
> (like Adobe) will benefit from all of the above.
>
> Please let me know if there are any questions/comments (or missed
> anything here).
>
> Thanks,
>
> -Rajesh
>
>> -----Original Message-----
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>> Of Ian Murdock
>> Sent: Tuesday, March 06, 2007 6:20 AM
>> To: lsb-discuss
>> Subject: [lsb-discuss] LSB conference call agenda (Tuesday,
>> March 6, 11am ET)
>>
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>>
>> Agenda:
>>
>> We'll continue the discussion from two weeks ago:
>>
>> * Roadmap. What features are on the list for 3.2? Who's on the hook for
>> doing the work?
>>
>> * Timeline. Release in June, as per the original plan, or push back the
>> release given the lateness of Update 1? (Depends largely on the roadmap
>> and what we consider "vital" for 3.2.)
>>
>> * "Scale out" strategy. How do we make it easier for external folks to
>> directly contribute, for other workgroups to produce modules, etc.? Top
>> priority here is to produce a "how to build an LSB module" document of
>> some sort.
>>
>> * What can we expect from the RAS framework in the 3.2 timeframe?
>>
>> * Tools improvements: I'd like to do a fair bit here before 3.2,
>> in particular preparation of VMware (or other) images
>> for the SI, and adding a variety of useful tools to the SDK
>> (xdg-utils, lsb-install?, alien, APT/yum repo generators,
>> tools that make bundling external dependencies easier, etc.).
>>
>> * Developer Network: LSB book update? What else should we aim
>> to do here
>> by 3.2?
>>
>> * What is the status of S390?
>>
>> * Other things?
>>
>> -ian
>> --
>> Ian Murdock
>> 317-863-2590
>> http://ianmurdock.com/
>>
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