Markos Chandras | 3 Oct 19:41 2011
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Draft agenda for October 10 council meeting


Good evening,

The draft agenda for next week's council meeting is as follows:

 * Roll call (5 minutes; anyone later will be given a slacker mark)
 * Vote on whether we want to edit generated ChangeLogs and if 'yes'
discuss the abstract implementation so we can finally start working on
that.
 * Review open bugs with council involvement
 * Open floor - listen to the community

The manifest signing thingie needs further discussion and previous
accepted GLEPs have to be implemented first. So I don't think it makes
sense to include that in the next meeting.

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Regards,
Markos Chandras / Gentoo Linux Developer / Key ID: B4AFF2C2
Markos Chandras | 3 Oct 19:45 2011
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Draft agenda for October 11 council meeting (was: Draft agenda for October 10 council meeting)


On 10/03/11 18:41, Markos Chandras wrote:
> - gpg control packet Good evening,
> 
> The draft agenda for next week's council meeting is as follows:
> 
> * Roll call (5 minutes; anyone later will be given a slacker mark) 
> * Vote on whether we want to edit generated ChangeLogs and if
> 'yes' discuss the abstract implementation so we can finally start
> working on that. * Review open bugs with council involvement * Open
> floor - listen to the community
> 
> The manifest signing thingie needs further discussion and previous 
> accepted GLEPs have to be implemented first. So I don't think it
> makes sense to include that in the next meeting.
> 

Sorry, it is on the 11th instead of 10th of October

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Markos Chandras / Gentoo Linux Developer / Key ID: B4AFF2C2
Nirbheek Chauhan | 3 Oct 19:52 2011
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Re: Draft agenda for October 11 council meeting (was: Draft agenda for October 10 council meeting)

On Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 11:15 PM, Markos Chandras <hwoarang <at> gentoo.org> wrote:
> On 10/03/11 18:41, Markos Chandras wrote:
>> - gpg control packet Good evening,
>>
>> The draft agenda for next week's council meeting is as follows:
>>
>> * Roll call (5 minutes; anyone later will be given a slacker mark)
>> * Vote on whether we want to edit generated ChangeLogs and if
>> 'yes' discuss the abstract implementation so we can finally start
>> working on that. * Review open bugs with council involvement * Open
>> floor - listen to the community
>>
>> The manifest signing thingie needs further discussion and previous
>> accepted GLEPs have to be implemented first. So I don't think it
>> makes sense to include that in the next meeting.
>>
>
> Sorry, it is on the 11th instead of 10th of October
>

I proposed EAPI 1 for profiles[1] during the call for agenda items.
Did I miss something while making the proposal?

I believe this was previously discussed and the general consensus was
that EAPI 2 and later require discussion, but EAPI 1 is very
straightforward.

Thanks,

1. http://archives.gentoo.org/gentoo-project/msg_0dc7c5f932d4578baaf9e621b5eb4cac.xml
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Markos Chandras | 3 Oct 20:11 2011
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Re: Draft agenda for October 11 council meeting


On 10/03/11 18:52, Nirbheek Chauhan wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 3, 2011 at 11:15 PM, Markos Chandras
> <hwoarang <at> gentoo.org> wrote:
>> On 10/03/11 18:41, Markos Chandras wrote:
>>> - gpg control packet Good evening,
>>> 
>>> The draft agenda for next week's council meeting is as
>>> follows:
>>> 
>>> * Roll call (5 minutes; anyone later will be given a slacker
>>> mark) * Vote on whether we want to edit generated ChangeLogs
>>> and if 'yes' discuss the abstract implementation so we can
>>> finally start working on that. * Review open bugs with council
>>> involvement * Open floor - listen to the community
>>> 
>>> The manifest signing thingie needs further discussion and
>>> previous accepted GLEPs have to be implemented first. So I
>>> don't think it makes sense to include that in the next
>>> meeting.
>>> 
>> 
>> Sorry, it is on the 11th instead of 10th of October
>> 
> 
> I proposed EAPI 1 for profiles[1] during the call for agenda
> items. Did I miss something while making the proposal?
> 
> I believe this was previously discussed and the general consensus
> was that EAPI 2 and later require discussion, but EAPI 1 is very 
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Markos Chandras | 12 Oct 21:43 2011
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20111011 Council meeting's summary


Dear members of the Gentoo community,

Attached you can find the summary for the last Council meeting. The
log and the summary are also available in the Council page[1][2]

[1] http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/council/meeting-logs/20111011.txt
[2]
http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/council/meeting-logs/20111011-summary.txt

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Regards,
Markos Chandras / Gentoo Linux Developer / Key ID: B4AFF2C2
Council meeting summary: 20111011

Agenda
------

* Roll call (5 minutes; anyone later will be given a slacker mark)

* Vote on whether we want to edit generated ChangeLogs and if
'yes' discuss the abstract implementation so we can finally start
working on that. 

* EAPI-1 in profiles

* Review open bugs with council involvement

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Markos Chandras | 12 Oct 21:43 2011
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20111011 Council meeting's summary


Dear members of the Gentoo community,

Attached you can find the summary for the last Council meeting. The
log and the summary are also available in the Council page[1][2]

[1] http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/council/meeting-logs/20111011.txt
[2]
http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/council/meeting-logs/20111011-summary.txt

-- 
Regards,
Markos Chandras / Gentoo Linux Developer / Key ID: B4AFF2C2
Council meeting summary: 20111011

Agenda
------

* Roll call (5 minutes; anyone later will be given a slacker mark)

* Vote on whether we want to edit generated ChangeLogs and if
'yes' discuss the abstract implementation so we can finally start
working on that. 

* EAPI-1 in profiles

* Review open bugs with council involvement

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Robin H. Johnson | 13 Oct 10:40 2011
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bugs-web[34].gentoo.org launched

Hi all,

Webnodes #3 and #4 have been launched for Bugzilla.

They'll ultimately replace nodes #1 and #2, but meanwhile all 4 nodes
are running. The new DB nodes aren't 100% ready yet.

If you to specifically reach a node instead of the load balancer:
https://bugs-web{1,2,3,4}.gentoo.org/
(and accept the SSL warning)

If you see weirdness and the frontpage shows that you are on node 3/4,
please ping us on IRC in #gentoo-infra, or email infra <at> .

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Gentoo Linux: Developer, Trustee & Infrastructure Lead
E-Mail     : robbat2 <at> gentoo.org
GnuPG FP   : 11AC BA4F 4778 E3F6 E4ED  F38E B27B 944E 3488 4E85

Markos Chandras | 13 Oct 21:24 2011
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New Developer: Ian "axs" Stakenvicius


Good evening everyone,

It is my please to announce a new member to our family. Ian "axs"
Stakenvicius is joining as from Ottawa, Canada. For starters, he will
be working on various ebuilds and he wants to join mozilla and x86
herds in the future. This is how he describes himself:

"Canadian all my life; graduated from Carleton.U (Ottawa) in 2003; work
for a company that monitors and forecasts outdoor pollen levels;
married, have a kid; hobbies include cycling (road & mountain), skiing
(xc & alpine), rock climbing (mainly indoor), and renovating my house. I
also like to tinker with technology and have been building systems
(hardware or software) for various things for as long as I can remember."

Please give him a warm welcome :)

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Markos Chandras / Gentoo Linux Developer / Key ID: B4AFF2C2
"Paweł Hajdan, Jr." | 13 Oct 21:42 2011
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Re: New Developer: Ian "axs" Stakenvicius

On 10/13/11 12:24 PM, Markos Chandras wrote:
> It is my please to announce a new member to our family. Ian "axs"
> Stakenvicius is joining as from Ottawa, Canada. For starters, he will
> be working on various ebuilds and he wants to join mozilla and x86
> herds in the future. This is how he describes himself:

x86? Sounds great to me. If you have more stabilization candidates,
that'd be actually great. Also, testing reports and actual stabilization
are very appreciated.

BTW, looks like recruiters are pretty active, I see these "New
Developer" announcements more and more often. That's great!

Steve Dibb | 13 Oct 22:35 2011
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Re: New Developer: Ian "axs" Stakenvicius

On 10/13/2011 01:24 PM, Markos Chandras wrote:
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> Hash: SHA512
>
> Good evening everyone,
>
> It is my please to announce a new member to our family. Ian "axs"
> Stakenvicius is joining as from Ottawa, Canada. For starters, he will
> be working on various ebuilds and he wants to join mozilla and x86
> herds in the future. This is how he describes himself:
>
> "Canadian all my life; graduated from Carleton.U (Ottawa) in 2003; work
> for a company that monitors and forecasts outdoor pollen levels;
> married, have a kid; hobbies include cycling (road&  mountain), skiing
> (xc&  alpine), rock climbing (mainly indoor), and renovating my house. I
> also like to tinker with technology and have been building systems
> (hardware or software) for various things for as long as I can remember."
>
> Please give him a warm welcome :)

Yay!  We can assign him the task of removing udev. :)

Steve


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