Paul W. Frields said the following on 04/06/2009 03:02 PM Pacific
> On Sun, Apr 05, 2009 at 03:01:30PM -0700, John Poelstra wrote:
>> Jeroen van Meeuwen said the following on 04/03/2009 03:10 PM Pacific Time:
>>> On 04/03/2009 11:34 PM, John Poelstra wrote:
>>>> Jeroen van Meeuwen said the following on 03/16/2009 02:40 AM Pacific
>>>>> John Poelstra wrote:
>>>>>> Does anyone know where the page for Fedora 11 Accepted Spins is?
>>>>>> thinking it doesn't exist, but wanted to check before
creating a duplicate.
>>>>> I've not gotten around to creating such a page, yet, I'm
>>>> Done now: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/11/Spins
>>>> I also referenced this page from the main feature page:
>>>> Who is making sure this list is current and correct given the beta
>>>> release and test results?
>>> I say we as a SIG are ultimately responsible.
>> Okay. So what is our next step with this page:
>> I was about to about to blog about this list, but wasn't sure if it is
>> Where are we tracking the process of testing the spins and removing the
>> ones that don't work?
> It seems to me that post-feature freeze, the Spins SIG should be
> maintaining an up-to-date dashboard of spins and status. The Spins
> process page indicates that there are daily composes being done, and
> biweekly check-ins from the spin maintainers. Is that still the case?
> Is there a set date at which release engineering gets final word on
> what spins are to be included in the final release?
> I should probably not be so hazy on these details, so I'm hoping the
> Spins SIG can enlighten me! :-) Knowing more about the available
> spins will help me to refer to them more in upcoming PR work.
> * * *
>  https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Spins_Process
When is the next Spins SIG meeting? Still no answers to these
questions. We're running out of time for Fedora 11 :)