I started this morning's meeting and no one showed up. I understand that the
time isn't great (did it used to be great?) and we should probably revisit it.
I also want to convey that participation in the meetings is *not* a
prerequisite to participating on the team.
Below is the agenda for today's meeting along with some discussion points I
wanted to make. Please feel free to reply and comment on things inline so we
can continue the discussion.
* #topic Follow up on last week's tasks
** jsmith to patch rubygem-activesupport as provenpackager (BZ 905374)
I believe this is still in progress. Jared, can you comment?
** pjp started non-responsive maintainer against rubygem-activesupport in
Whatever happened with this?
** Team Goal: All important CVEs from 2014 and before should be fixed by the
end of June.
More on that below...
* #topic 90-Day Challenge
** #link https://ethercalc.org/90-day-challenge
** #info 90-Day Challenge has a goal to close all 2014 and prior Important
CVEs in Fedora
** #info As of 2015-04-29, of the 38 target bugs 14 have been closed, 1 is
On_QA, and 23 are Open
We had a few bugs that were On_QA move over to the Closed-Errata status since
the last time I looked. We're currently up to a little over a third of our
target bugs being closed. We've got a little over a month to get the rest of
them done. Lets see if we can make a big push over the coming week.
* #topic Outstanding BZ Tickets
** #info Thursday's numbers: Critical 1, Important 40 (+2), Moderate 370
(+22), Low 160 (0), Total 571, Trend +24
** #info Current tickets owned: 107 (~19%)
** #info Tickets closed: 315 (+11)
While cases are still getting closed, the number of tickets actively being
worked (or owned, really) is being reduced. It would appear that we aren't
picking up new cases to work. I've noticed over the past few months that
participation has dropped significantly, too. I'd love to know why.
* #topic Loss of momentum
** #info The FST has been around for almost a year. Our participation is
dropping like flies.
Anyone have any ideas? A new meeting time? Rewards/swag? Something more
interesting to do?
I know this isn't the most fun job in Fedora but I'd like to think we're
making a difference. Perhaps we need to talk more about what we're doing in
public (or, more in public)?