On Wed, Feb 20, 2013 at 4:23 PM, Paul Whalen <pwhalen(a)redhat.com> wrote:
Good Morning all,
Please join us today (Wednesday, February 20th) at 4PM EST (9PM UTC)
for the Fedora ARM weekly status meeting in #fedora-meeting-1 on Freenode.
On the agenda so far..
0) Status of ACTION items from our previous meeting
I think I've dealt with mine
1) Problem packages
eclipse - being actively worked on, we think we're close
java-1.7.0-openjd - being worked on, not sure of latest status
kernel - ICE in tegra kernel. gcc build incoming to fix
python - build in progress that should close the bug out
2) ARM Koji moved to Phoenix - Remaining changes
- Any issues encountered?
The move went surprisingly smoothly and is up and running. In the first 24
hours there was a few teething issues that nirik helped iron out. All
components are up and running with composes happening, package signing etc
The main outstanding issue is the outstanding builders. We're still
awaiting network details to provision the rest. This will close out a
number of remaining issues.
Lastly I would like to give a massive shout out and thank you to Chris and
the Seneca team (current and past) for their massive effort and input of
time into running the old platform that has got us so far forward in the
3) Mass rebuild - Status update
Moving forward. We're about 1/3 of the way through with around 2750 build
up to this morning UK time. koji-shadow has been a little temperamental but
I believe I've got on the top of this and it should start to pick up speed
for the final 2/3rds or so.
4) ARM Tech Talks - suggestions for future talks
Debugging ARM HW, kernel and early boot with a JTAG debugger.
I have some ideas for some but need the time.
5) Open Floor
Kernel. A decision has been made to focus on 3.8 as it will be landing in
F17/18 shortly after 3.8.1 is out. First up I'm looking at omap including
Panda/Beagle. I believe I have the issue with beagle identified and should
have a test build very soon, I also believe I've got a fix for the
performance issues on the PandaES identified in an article. From there I'll
move onto Tegra. With 3.8 we should have some form of X working on the
tegra finally. Jon is focusing on vexpress/qemu. So RSN we should have a
new stable 3.8 for all platforms.