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The next meeting is set for 2017-03-14, 17:00 London time. chair: slangasek, backup: stgraber The agenda will include the following:
- Action review:
ACTION: infinity to follow up with maas SRU exception
ACTION: infinity to play with seed/maint-check changes on dogfood to build a new xenial release pocket for support length auditing (ETA: 16.04.2 release)
ACTION: slangasek to investigate getting tagged ubuntu-community bugs automatically forwarded to technical-board, and if not feasible, fall back to DMB sending signed emails to list for ACL requests
ACTION: slangasek to follow up to snapd-glib SRU exception request
- Ask for standing freeze exception for python2.6 and openjdk-9 package updates for xenial and yakkety to match the versions in the most recent development release. Both packages were uploaded as pre-release versions, are in universe, and not used by any package builds. Asking to update these to follow the versions from the most recent development release (doko).
- [Add new agenda items above this line - include your name]
Scan the mailing list archive for anything we missed (standing item)
Check up on community bugs (standing item)
Select a chair for the next meeting (next from https://launchpad.net/~techboard/+members)
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