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* Present:
        + hangout: Bjoern, Kendy, Markus, Petr, Thorsten, Tshai
        + phone: Ahmad, Tibby, Caolan, Joel, David, Stahl, Kohei,
                 Lionel, Cedric

* Completed Action items:
        + 4.1 issues
                + merge match-case search to 4.1 (Michael)
                + superscript bug fixed (thanks to Khalad)
        + buy fast Windows build hardware (Markus, Thorsten)
                [ Kendy has Prague one ordered ]
                [ PyCom will deliver 2x German ones, next week
                  big 1kg - 16cm heatsink into the box, Norbert's
                  plan was to overclock the machine like crazy ]
        + add KACST guys to Hamburg Hackfest wiki (Ahmad)
                + https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Hackfest/Hamburg2013
        + send gmail contact details to Michael to build a circle (All interested)
        + send areas for QA to test in 4.1 (All)
                + calc - basic operations / performance of big operations
                + python wizard porting (File->Wizards)
                + otherwise devs to mail the list individually

* Pending Action items:
        + feedback on stepped-lines dialog (Astron)
        + revive writer default templates discussion - pwrt. incremental change (Ahmad)
                [ pending ]
        + 4.1 issues:
                + fix gallery building on Mac (Michael?)
        + get the gerrit / mail digest bits setup (Bjoern)
                [ stalled ]
        + kill calc / inherited number formatting for 4.1 (Markus)
                [ branch is ready for merge - do we want it as a
                  late-feature / bug-fix in 4.1 ? ]
AI:             + review it, and if Kohei approves -> goes in past feature freeze (Kohei)

* cached-value import issue (Markus)
        + If you shipped 4.0.2 as a distro you need to patch this out
                + the fix in 4.0.3 won't work if you had 4.0.2 installed
                  beforehand.
                + we have 40x dups of this bug report already
AI:             + send #ifdef it out patch to Bjoern (Markus)

* Release Engineering update (Petr)
        + 3.6.7 schedule - deadline: June 24th for rc1
        + 4.0.4 rc1 status
                + thanks for fixes - lots of them included
                + tag & builds are available, mirror push pending today
                + dealine for RC2 is two weeks from now.
        + 4.1 Beta1 retrospective
                + Monday - deadline for 4.1 beta2.
                        + please try to work on critical fixes before then.
        + 4.1 pending / watch features / issues
                + wiki page needs updating with features:
                        + http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleaseNotes/4.1
        + 4.2 - created feature page:
                + new bits on master go there:
                + http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleaseNotes/4.2
AI:             + extend the release plan to 4.3, 4.4 ? (Petr)

* QA update (Joel)
        + started the needinfo project:
                + warning people that we're going to close their bugs
                + 336 bugs done, and of these
                        + 34 closed (mostly by the user)
                        + 19 marked as new - info provided + confirmed
                        + 17 - users provided the information
                        + rest are still NEEDINFO
                + lots of people have apparently forgotten their bugs
        + sent a bug highlight: popular, 5 dups
                + https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=57738
        + a few of contributors have more time recently
                + Joren doing incredible bibisect work [ thanks ! ]
                + if you don't need a bibisect for your bug:
                        + please remove bibisect_request to save time.
        + call tomorrow
        + Need_Advice bugs input appreciated
                + 9 bugs in that state
                + http://tinyurl.com/ce6d8km
        + https://bugs.freedesktop.org/page.cgi?id=weekly-bug-summary.html
                + +175 -178

* Looking for invisible features in 4.1
        + eg. gnumake migration finished
        + significant .ui file migration
        + Stephan's new type representation work
        + string cleanup: a few more methods gone from UniString
        + libmerged work - a single library now in common deployment
        + Lubos' mass-removal of CONST_USTRING foo ...
        + tools/ file-system abstraction gone
        + Markus Mohrhard's crasher-fixes
        + coverity work
        + very significant calc core re-factoring / re-work
        + component / service conversions
        + coretext on Mac
        + programmatic access to the database value behind BoundListBox ...
        + more bibisecting
                + box in Canonical QA labs -> a bibisect repo.
        + limit clause in SQL query ...
                + to get the first <N> results.
        + (ns) precision on database foo ...
        + wizard re-work to Python
        + other input much appreciated - just mail me ...

* Hamburg hack-fest (Thorsten)
        + Reminder to book travel
                + https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Hackfest/Hamburg2013
                + we (still) have TDF travel budget $1k to spend
                        + approved Caolan, Michael, Thorsten

* GSOC update (Cedric)
        + Thirteen students with us:
                + data extraction: phone numbers from most students, to
                  help poke in extremis.
                + response rate pretty good
                + coding can start now, though official start is June 27th
        + some great projects for 4.2
          http://fridrich.blogspot.co.uk/2013/05/libreoffice-google-summer-of-code-2013.html

* UX input (Astron)

* Better communication / hangouts / webcams (Michael)
        + works - audio much better (Bjoern)
        + send gmail details to Michael if you want to get added
AI:     + add Joren & Kohei to ESC / circles (Michael)

* Doxygen branch (Michael S)
        + merge it into 4.1 - or delay until 4.2 ?
        + converts the IDL docs & comments in there to what doxygen expects
        + requires the very latest doxygen release
                + now about a week old.
        + either on system, or disable documentation ?
                + we do have internal doxygen for windows / mac already (Thorsten)
        + is it required - without it it doesn't work (Kendy)
                + comments in IDL files, have to be either autodoc understands,
                  or doxygen understands; or result will look awful. (Michael S)
                + how bad is it with an older doxygen ? (Kendy)
                        + IDL docs would be completely missing (Michael S)
        + which Linux Distro builds the docs ? (Thorsten)
        + why is it worthwhile to have it on 4.1 (Stephan)
                + get rid of autodoc earlier - just do it on master.
        + problems maintaining the branch - service conversions going on etc.
        + merge to master, and so can fix the build machines so we have
          the right doxygen on them
AI:             + add a doxygen version check to configure (Michael S)

* Certification Program (Stephan/Kendy/Bjoern)
        + discussion about certified developer logo, do we have one ? (Stephan)
                + asked on the list; hopes the design team can make that.
AI:     + give Stephan rights to update the wiki page (Thorsten)
        + need to send certificates out.

* Committers doing more reviews on gerrit (Bjoern)
        + added a welcome message / confirmation - encouraging people to
          remember what it's like not having direct commit access, and so to
          review other people's code changes to OTRS.

* Open 4.1 MAB
        + 3 (of 26) older 3/23 4/17 3/16 3/16 3/14 2/13 2/11
        + https://bugs.freedesktop.org/showdependencytree.cgi?id=60270&hide_resolved=1

* Open 4.0 MAB
        + 16 (of 129) older 16/128 18/129 17/126 18/125 24/122 22/118 19/115
             12%             13%    14%    13%    14%     20%    19%    17%
        + https://bugs.freedesktop.org/showdependencytree.cgi?id=54157&hide_resolved=1

* 3.6 most annoying bugs ...
        + 67 (of 232) older 69/231 71/229 72/228 75/226 75/225 75/225 75/223
             29%             30%    31%    32%    33%    33%    34%    33%
        + https://bugs.freedesktop.org/showdependencytree.cgi?id=44446&hide_resolved=1

* Bibisected bugs open: whiteboard 'bibisected'
        + 41 (of 112) older 36/105 35/100 36/100 30/90 28/88 26/85 24/83 27/83
                http://bit.ly/VQfF3Q

* all bugs tagged with 'regression'
        + 302(-2) bugs open of 1578(+25) total

        * ~Component   count net *
                Writer - 107 (+7)
          Presentation -  30 (+2)
           Spreadsheet -  26 (-8)
           Libreoffice -  25 (-2)
               Crashes -  25 (+3)
              Database -  21 (+0)
               Drawing -  19 (-1)
               Borders -  14 (+0)
             Migration -   4 (+1)
                 BASIC -   3 (+0)

        + 
https://bugs.freedesktop.org/buglist.cgi?keywords=regression%2C%20&keywords_type=allwords&resolution=---&query_format=advanced&product=LibreOffice&list_id=36764
        + Migration: https://bugs.freedesktop.org/showdependencytree.cgi?id=43489&hide_resolved=1

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michael.meeks@suse.com  <><, Pseudo Engineer, itinerant idiot


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