[lsb-discuss] unoffficial LSB conference call minutes for 1 May 2013

R P Herrold herrold at owlriver.com
Wed May 1 16:09:50 UTC 2013

LSB teleconference

Wednesday,  1 May 2013 @11:00 to noon, US ET

Where:	(605) 715-4920 Access Code: 512468

Gobby:	gobby -j lsb-temp.pmman.net:6522 with passwd: LSB

IRC channels are:
 	#lsb-meeting at freenode.net during meetings
 	#lsb at freenode.net most other times

in the form : name (organization)  [irc_nick]
Kay Tate (SuSE)  ktate, standing in for Robert
Glen Petrie (Epson)
Jeff Licquia (LF)  licquia
Russ Herrold (Owl River)  orc_emac
Rick Troth (Velocity Software) rickt

Mats Wichmann (Intel)  mwichmann
Alexey Khoroshilov (ISP RAS)  Alexey
Denis Silakov (ROSA Labs)  denis_silakov
Carlos O'Donell (Mentor Graphics) odonell
Alan Clark (SuSE)  AlanClark
Darren Davis (SuSE)
Jiri Dluhos (SUSE)  jdluhos, bluebear
Stew Benedict ()  stewb

Robert Schweikert (SuSE)  robjo

Posted Agenda:

  - Stable update cycle schedule for May.

  - Google Summer of Code.

  - Glen's SANE questions.

  - More C++ in LSB 5.0.

New business:

Meeting opens at 11:00 with:

Jeff notes that it is time for stable updates to the LSB 4 
series again, but the scope should be smaller, so that it may 
go more quickly

This is driven off of a 'roll-up' bug that notes candidates 
for inclusion.  See:


    which may be generated through the 'Advanced Search' 
function, then noting at the bottom: Custom Search | and set: 
'Keyword' 'is equal to' 'rollup'

    As a matter of Bugzilla usage, when logged in, one may then 
save that custom search as a named search 'shortcut'

Jeff mentions that we have two applicants on GSOC matters, but 
we need mentors

Glen surfaces some missing headers, found incident to his SANE 
work and noted on the mailing list in recent days.  There 
seemed to be no substantial objection to adding the needed 
headers in LSB 5


conclusion:  this will probably happen in LSB 5 timeframe

Jeff mentions the 'elsa' C++ parser library, which is a 
project independent of the gcc, and the llvm projects.


These are pages which seem a bit stale, but there there is a 
recent 'success story' from the Mozilla folks, which Jeff will 
try to find the link of, and to supplement in these minutes 
before they are issued.  Russ finds: Mozilla seems to have 
called their extensions first: Pork,


and then: Oink


Interesting stuff in C++ space, as the development and 
implementation of C++ has varied over time, at first striving 
to retain compatability with C, which was essentially 
re-buffed by the C community (similar to the forking we 
discussed las week as to libpng*

Call ends at local 11:45

Weekly Bug triage:
Not available this week


Next meeting:
  8 May 2013 11:00 to noon, US ET

gobby unofficial minutes are open for edit for at least 15 min 
after each call, and then issued into the mailing list

This document: LSB_minutes_20130501.txt

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