The bug assistant draft page was updated with information extracted from the Bug Report Details page and the bugzilla page. It now shows the components, the matching subcomponents, the list of available versions, displays a comment explaining the component when it is selected and fetches the existing bug reports when a subcomponent is selected.
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The version 2.0.12 of packaging-farm was published with modifications to the package version conventions and disk usage optimization. The gallifrey production and development build machines were upgraded and the errors found when trying to rebuild were reported.
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A draft implementation of a bug report front end for libreoffice was assembled behind a reverse proxy pretending that http://freedesktop.dachary.org/ is http://bugs.freedesktop.org/. For the Writer and BASIC components a subcomponent can be selected. The URLs of the existing bug reportings is appended to the page. When the form is submit the user is redirected to bugs.freedesktop.org with the proper fields set.
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In a private conversation during the desktop summit Michael Meeks mentioned that work was needed on the easy / accurate bug filing task. According to him the primary goal is to reduce the number of bugs reports that cannot be used by asking a few simple questions to the reporter. The work done in February 2011 by Daniel Neel was partialy reimplemented and tested using jquery.
A gamequery sample application demonstrating the use of collisions and HTML5 based sounds was written during bigjam.
The version 2.0.11 of packaging-farm was published with bug fixes mostly related to the submission of XiVO packages. The bug fixed were kernel-module ignores SOURCE_MODULE, submit-xivo.sh must reuse tarbal and epoch always triggers submission. The submission script was enhanced to reduce the number of hg pull when examining multiple packages. The skaro build machine was upgraded with the latest version of packaging-farm. The versions of the XiVO packages that were using the old SVN convention were updated.
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The 2.0.10 version of packaging-farm was published with safeguards against package version inconsistencies and reduced verbosity. It was installed on the skaro and gallifrey virtual machine used to build XiVO and tested on gallifrey-dev.
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As the avencall team start to use packaging-farm to build the next release of XiVO, locking was implemented to avoid confusion. The +build prefix is now added automatically by packaging-farm to avoid the publication of duplicate packages. The addition of a source.list was documented. A kernel module bug occurring when the module had a name different than the package was fixed. The git repositories were set togit://git.proformatique.com/official . The version 2.0.9 was published with all the changes and installed.
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The 2.0.8 version of the packaging farm was published with an updated algorithm based on version numbers instead of timestamps so that it can cope with selecting a designated tag instead the the default master.
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