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FESCo meeting today at 20:00 UTC!


With the holidays this week, we've decided to have the FESCo meeting
today at 20:00 UTC #fedora-meeting on irc.freenode.org.  Sorry about the
late notice!

Planned schedule:

/topic MISC - Minor changes to bugzilla
https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-devel-list/2007-November/msg01161.html - poelcat 

/topic MISC - Deadline to drop kmods - f13 

/topic MISC - PPC Secondary Arch? -
https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-advisory-board/2007-November/msg00078.html - f13, dwmw2 

/topic MISC - Drop orphans from F8< at some point during F9 - f13 

/topic MISC - Using Matt Domsch's "doesn't rebuild" bugs as AWOL
detection, mark as orphaned at some point in F9, drop in F9+ 

/topic MISC - Do more frequent conflicts testing, with bugs filed, and
use AWOL detection 

/topic MISC - automate the mailings of multiarch conflicts, it is hard
to test for people without biarch computers - from Patrice Dumas 

/topic FESCO-Meeting -- Plan to get Merge Reviews finished by F9 -- all 

/topic Status Update: Compat Policy
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/JeremyKatz/DraftCompatPackages - jeremy

/topic Status Update: FESCo Proposal Template - f13

/topic FESCo meeting -- Free discussion around Fedora

You want something to be discussed? Send a note to the list in reply to
this mail and I'll add it to the schedule (I can't promise we will get
to it tomorrow, since we have a pretty full schedule).  You can also
propose topics in the meeting while it is in the "Free discussion around
Fedora" phase.

If your name/nick is on above list please update the status on the
Extras schedule pages in the wiki ahead of the meeting. That way all the
other FESCo members and interested contributors know what up ahead of
the meeting. And we will avoid long delays in the meeting -- those often
arise if someone describes the recent happenings on a topic directly in
the meeting while all the others have to wait for his slow typing...

Brian Pepple <bpepple fedoraproject org>

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