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Weekly Scrum IRC Log: 2011-11-14


Weekly Scrum IRC Log: 2011-11-14

07:01 <@mig5> well, scrum time :)
07:01 <@mig5> (I think!)
07:01 <@mig5> anarcat: ergonlogic: ^^
07:01 <@mig5> I'll start. I've got myself back into the swing of things a bit, fixed some minor bugs, accidentally even committed some fixes by mistake that I wanted 
              reviews of first, oh well :)
07:01 <@mig5> cleared out some old stuff in the queue that is irrelevant, are actually support requests, etc
07:02 <@mig5> submitted a talk for Drupal Down Under 
07:02 <@mig5>
07:02 <@mig5> I'm making some stickers and tshirts for that conference to give away and generally spruik Aegir
07:03 <@mig5> welcome back darthsteven 
07:03 <@darthsteven> awesome stuff!
07:03 <@darthsteven> (my IRC reflector is doing funny things)
07:03 <@mig5> so, I'm hoping to continue to fix some small-ish bugs, help in the queue, etc
07:03 <@darthsteven> awesome stuff
07:03 <@mig5> i don't think i'll ever be a crazy big committer to the project since code is obviously not my biggest skill
07:04 <@mig5> but i'd like to get your help to make me contribute in some obvious way, even if it's just writing news/blog posts, managing the community portal etc
07:04 <@mig5> and perhaps be the '1.x' maintainer for basic bug fixes?
07:04 <@darthsteven> awesome, will try to push you :)
07:04 <@mig5> leaving you to concentrate on 2.x or something like that
07:04 <@mig5> these are just ideas anyway
07:05 <@mig5> anyway I think that's it for me. someone review my patches in the queue! :)
07:05 <@mig5> onto you darthsteven 
07:05 <@anarcat> hey
07:05 <@darthsteven> ok
07:05 <@darthsteven> hey hey
07:05 <@anarcat> yay, i didnt miss the scrum :)
07:05 <@mig5> yay!
07:05 <@anarcat> go ahead darthsteven :)
07:06 <@darthsteven> I didn't do too much this week, I did some issue queue re-assignment
07:06 <@darthsteven> I set up some Jenkins jobs to monitor code style of hosting and provision using the Coder review module
07:06 <@darthsteven> see:
07:07 <@mig5> oh nice
07:07 <@darthsteven> not sure I'll have much time to work on stuff this week, but hoping to get back to 2.x asap
07:07 <@anarcat> nice
07:07 <@darthsteven> anarcat: over to you
07:08 <@anarcat> uh
07:08 <@anarcat> not much on my side either :)
07:08 <@anarcat> i am now a debian developer
07:08 <@mig5> \o/
07:08 <@anarcat> and so i have pushed ergonlogic's drush_make package into debian
07:08 <@anarcat> my glorious achievements can be seen here:
07:09 <@anarcat> i will try to start working again on 2.x this week, as my replacement is coming to an end
07:09 <@anarcat> but it's not easy
07:09 <@mig5> you are not allowed to quit :)
07:09 <@anarcat> i have worked on 1.5 release last week a little and found a critical bug in the debian package, which hosed a client server here
07:09 <@anarcat> yeah
07:09 <@anarcat> but it's all fine now
07:09 <@anarcat> and we discovered that most of the debian build stuff is now automated by jenkins, which is freaking cool
07:09 <@anarcat> and i support mig5 as a 1.x maintainer
07:10 <@mig5> ouch. so that critical bug only affected the debian package?
07:10 <@anarcat> yeah
07:10 <@mig5> do we need to reroll? lots of people use it now
07:10 <@anarcat>
07:10 <@mig5> ah
07:10 <@mig5> :)
07:10 <@anarcat> aka
07:10 <@anarcat> it's been rerolled already
07:10 <@anarcat> i wouldn't have let that one sit there :)
07:10 <@mig5> right right
07:10 <@mig5> :)
07:10 <@anarcat> so next steps for me
07:10 -!- darthsteven_ [~darthstev@] has joined #aegir
07:10 -!- mode/#aegir [+o darthsteven_] by ChanServ
07:10 <@anarcat> backport drush_make, once it hits tseting
07:10 <@anarcat> testing*
07:11 <@anarcat> look into merging the daemon into 2.x, the sites/ directory magic and unit testing
07:11 <@anarcat> those impatient to see drush_make hit testing/backports can reload franatically this page:
07:12 <@anarcat> oh, and we have submitted a Aegir training proposal for Denver
07:12 <@darthsteven> good stuff anarcat
07:12 <@anarcat> so i guess that means we'll go to denver :)
07:13 <@anarcat> well, i think that's it
07:13 <@mig5> ok, anyone else?
07:13 <@mig5> ergonlogic ^^
07:13 <@anarcat> i think he's off
07:13 <@mig5> ok
07:13 <@anarcat> he was at drupalcamp toronto
07:13 <@anarcat> and is resting
07:13 <@mig5> oh that's right, i believe there was some aegir stuff happening there via him?
07:14 <@mig5> cool
07:14 <@anarcat> he presented aegir to some folks there and i heard through the grapevine that we may see derek again :)
07:14 <@mig5> who's derek?
07:14 <@anarcat> mig5: spiderman - worked on the dns stuff?
07:14 <@mig5> oh right!
07:14 <@mig5> I remember
07:15 <@mig5> ok, i'm off for breakfast. happy ot upload the log when i'm back in 20 min or so
07:15 <@mig5> thanks all!
07:15 <@anarcat> awesome
07:15 <@anarcat> yeah, i think that's it
07:16 <@darthsteven> thanks!
07:16 <@darthsteven> I think we need to do a 1.6 release for sooner rather than later
07:17 <@darthsteven> that bug is entirely my fault btw, major lack of testing on my part
07:17 <@anarcat> i see
07:17 <@anarcat> well, now you know how to make a release, maybe you can train mig5 to do it? :)
07:18 <@darthsteven> sure
07:29 <@darthsteven> I'll teach Jenkins how to do releases first
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