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* Present:
    + Lionel, Stephan, Miklos, Eike, David, Michael M, Andras, Muthu,
      Christian, Robinson, Markus, Sophie, Norbert, Noel, Caolan,
      Thorsten, Kendy, Michael S
 
* Completed Action Items:
    + post README.lifecycle to the list (Michael)
 
* Pending Action Items:
    + please file an Easy-Hack this week: just a bug with whiteboard: (All)
            "EasyHack DifficultyBeginner SkillCpp TopicCleanup"
        + thanks to: Matus Kukan
                + http://bit.ly/1KR4HWX
    + get AppArmor profile in (Bjoern, Bryan)
    + send an E-mail with list of usernames to Norbert (Muthu)
    + Cambridge hackfest - poke about students (Michael)
    + post a list of functions we'd like to rename to the dev list (Kendy/All)
        [ writer is a pain ... ]
 
* Release Engineering update (Christian)
    + 4.3.7 RC2 update
         + announced to the public, available on the website
         + tag on Monday not Tuesday; early / final RC on Sat.
         + be available on Saturday, etc. press on Monday.
    + 4.4.3 RC2 due next Monday as normal
    + 5.0.0 - 1st Alpha release
         + Alpha1 tag for 5.0 on Saturday.
         + made available in 64bit and 32bit for Windows
         + also a with & without mergelibs version
    + Android & iOS Remote
 
* Google / openID retrospective (Norbert)
    + officially deadline was 3x days ago.
        + google can no longer be used to login.
    + Ask site similarly used OpenID - can't log in.
        + can also use a password based login there to recover.
 
* gerrit performance after update (Christian)
    + not syncing to fdo/github - timeframe?
    + synching outside - was that disabled to find bottleneck ?
        + overnight upgraded VM (Norbert)
        + installed a plugin to get Java monitoring
        + seems that ssh consumes huge amount of CPU due
          to the pack being transferred.
        + find David / Gerrit'ers to find out why
    + auto-merge bits:
        + tries to find if a patch is merge-able; every time
          someone pushes, checks every open patch to see if it
          is mergeable.
    + upgraded for the OpenID bits ... (Norbert)
    + will synching be switched back on soon ? (Stephan)
        + yes; forgot to put it back on ...
           + replication was not the main problem
 
* Crashtest update (Caolán)
    + looking good, imports unchanged - a few DOCX problems
    + export looking v. good, 1x PPT export crashed
    + gone from a local-maximum of 590 to 200 export crashers,
      and 19 .doc export - lots scheduled to go next time.
    + no crash on import/export in impress,draw,calc.
        + wow.
    + writer - 3x issues - still outstanding table export issues,
      assert from "index listener still registered", and duplicate
      attributes exported.
    + hardware running stable (Markus)
        + but no asan / ubisan issues recently.
        + racing to the bottom.
 
* GSoC (Thorsten)
    + students review & ranking: deadline April 13th
        + we got 12x slots
        + already pre-accepted the top #9 students
        + April 21st - 1st de-duplication round
            + 3 days after - another de-duplication round.
            + de-Kendified his multiple assignments
            + would prefer a co-mentor for every slot
        + resolved a GNOME conflict (Michael)
    + important not to announce acceptance to students until April 27th.
 
* Hackfests (Bjoern)
    + Cambridge, UK - May 2015 - contact (Michael)
            + 21st -> 23rd May confirmed. Thur / Fri / Sat.
            + Cambridge Beer Festival overlap / Punting Excursion planned etc.
              https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Hackfest/Cambridge2015
    + next venues / suggestions ?
 
* UX Update (Kendy)
    + burning issue: 5.0 branding
        + posted call for proposals on G+ - please re-share:
            https://plus.google.com/102673546895803839652/posts/BqcPqiy574Y
    + UI guidelines - on-going effort to have guidelines on deciding / designing
    + trying to decrease ux-advise bugs in BZ with QA
        + 340 bugs ATM - currently too many.
    + for things that might become easy-hacks
        + topicUI + needsDevEval & have a search here to let people help find code-ptrs.
          [after we clean-up the query a bit]
 
* l10n Update (Sophie)
    + nothing new on Pootle - Dwayne sadly ill.
    + created the 4.4 project, main pootle files are for master (Christian)
        + update vs. 5.0 templates ongoing
 
* Developer Certification (Stephan/Bjoern/Kendy/Thorsten)
    + 3-4 proposed names under discussion; perhaps more to come.
        + still pending ...
    + agreed renewal for 2x old people.
 
* Jenkins update (Norbert)
    + from:Thu Apr 16 14:20:34 2015
master linux jobs:165 ok:148 ko:14 fail ratio:8.48% break:6 broken duration:3.93%
master mac   jobs:150 ok:129 ko:19 fail ratio:12.66% break:10 broken duration:5.31%
master win   jobs:134 ok:119 ko:15 fail ratio:11.19% break:8 broken duration:6.59%
lo-4.4 mac   jobs:20 ok:19 ko:0 fail ratio:0% break:0 broken duration:0%
gerrit win   jobs:132 ok:110 ko:21 fail ratio:15.9%
gerrit lin   jobs:133 ok:102 ko:30 fail ratio:22.55%
gerrit mac   jobs:133 ok:107 ko:25 fail ratio:18.79%
gerrit all   jobs:132 ok:78 ko:54 fail ratio:40.9%
    + what is the cost of enabling the debug mode on Linux / Mac ? (Miklos)
        + we get regular intermittent test-case failures
          but impossible to find out what's up there.
            + quite some false positives wrt. random things.
        + on Linux/Mac would be great
        + not impossible at all (Norbert)
            + Linux builds on ramdisk, so needs enough space.
            + can adjust each branch / platform build flags
        + would be great to enable coredumps for Linux (Stephan)
            + Does that mean ulimit -c unlimited or some build option that generate a backtrace ?
 
* VclPtr update (Michael)
    + finished all 'new' -> VclPtr<>::Create's but caught some
      'make check' oddness in the meantime.
    + how to do this with bibisect ?
        + flatten to one patch ? (Norbert)
            + lots of useful content here (Michael)
        + can merge - and bisect should treat it nicely (Kendy)
        + before send to master - 1x commit not in feature-branch (Miklos)
    + git push origin HEAD:refs/for/feature/vclptr
 
* picture of in-person meeting? (for annual report) (Christian)
    + if anyone has a nice one from an in-person meeting,
      please send to Cloph.
 
* QA (Robinson)
    + UNCONFIRMED at 321
        + trouble breaking the 300 barrier
        + overall bug count is down by 44 bugs.
    + regressions up a bit.
    + working through the tricker bugs, not as easy to triage
    + needAdvice at 11
    + Evanglising/recruiting for QA at LinuxFest NW this week
    + Android: MozTrap testing
    + Bug Hunting session - ~concurrent with Cambridge Hackfest
 
* QA stats:
  + https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/page.cgi?id=weekly-bug-summary.html
    +157    -201        (-44 overall)
    many thanks to the top bug squashers:
        Beluga                48
        Gordo                 20
        Julien Nabet          13
        raal                  13
        Adolfo Jayme          11
        Michael Stahl          7
        Markus Mohrhard        5
        Jan Holesovsky         5
        Jay Philips            5
        Jean-Baptiste Faure    4
        David Tardon           4
        Caolán McNamara        4
        Miklos Vajna           4
        V Stuart Foote         3
        Matthew Francis        3
 
* Open 5.0 MAB
  + 5/8 4/7 2/5 0/3 1/3 1/3 1/3 0/2 0/2 1/2 0/1 0/1 0/1 0/1
  + https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/showdependencytree.cgi?id=86696&hide_resolved=1
 
* Open 4.4 MAB
  + 15/53 14/52 15/52 14/51 14/50 13/49 15/49 14/48 13/47 12/46 16/44 16/43 16/40 14/38
     28%   26%   28%   27%   28%   26%   30%   29%   27%   26%   36%   37%   40%   36%
  + https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/showdependencytree.cgi?id=79641&hide_resolved=1
 
* Open 4.3 MAB
  + 79/166 80/165 79/163 78/163 76/160 78/160 79/160 77/158 77/158 76/158 77/156 77/155
     47%    48%    48%    47%    47%    48%    49%    48%    48%    48%    49%    49%
  + https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/showdependencytree.cgi?id=75025&hide_resolved=1
 
* Bibisected bugs open: whiteboard 'bibisected'
  + 327/831 330/820 321/798 291/737 275/719 259/701 264/699 267/698 261/687
    + http://tdf.io/bibibugs
 
* all bugs tagged with 'regression'
    + 546(+15) bugs open of 3697(+42) total
    * ~Component   count net *
                Writer - 190 (+9)
                  Calc - 110 (+3)
               Crashes - 39  (-2)
               Impress - 36  (+2)
           LibreOffice - 35  (+3)
                    UI - 26  (+0)
        graphics stack - 23  (-2)
                  Draw - 22  (+0)
               Borders - 17  (+1)
                  Base - 16  (+0)
   filters and storage - 14  (+0)
                 Chart - 11  (-1)
 Printing / PDF export -  8  (-1)
                 BASIC -  5  (-1)
             framework -  4  (+0)
            Extensions -  4  (+0)
        Formula Editor -  4  (+0)
          Installation -  2  (+0)
            Linguistic -  2  (+0)
                   sdk -  1  (+0)
        Impress Remote -  0  (+0)

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


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