Kubuntu Precise Packaging

Registered by Jonathan Riddell on 2011-10-25

  * What can we expect from upstream this cycle?
  * Can we automate packaging more?
  * Worth using UDD branches?
  * Revise Ninja processes to be more efficient with macro upstream packages
  * Point releases as stable release updates?

Blueprint information

Status:
Not started
Approver:
None
Priority:
Undefined
Drafter:
Jonathan Riddell
Direction:
Needs approval
Assignee:
None
Definition:
New
Series goal:
Accepted for precise
Implementation:
Unknown
Milestone target:
None

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Work Items:
[kubuntu-ninjas] package KDE SC 4.8: DONE
[kubuntu-ninjas] split kdeutils package: DONE
[kubuntu-ninjas] split kdeaccessibility packages: DONE
[apachelogger] convince openSUSE not to break bz2 (https://build.opensuse.org/request/show/102198): DONE
[yofel] give another attempt at making dot graph readable/searchable: DONE
[jr] replace KOffice with Calligra: DONE
[kubuntu-members] investigate changing libreoffice to gtk with oxygen theme: POSTPONED
[kubuntu-members] ensure we get libreoffice fix for black on black tooltips, fixed upstream by lubos: DONE
[fboudra] package Qt 4.8.x (and debfx): DONE
[fboudra] package qt-at-spi 0.1.1: DONE
[fboudra] package plasma-widget-networkmanagement releases: DONE
[jr] file and track bug for CD drive spinning when using file open dialogue: POSTPONED
[kubuntu-members] investigate if QML dragon player is suitable for packaging and using: DONE
[quintasan] get kde-telepathy into ubuntu archive: DONE
[debfx] package Qt Creator 2.4.x: DONE
[agateau] review and improve bzr support in Qt creator: DONE
[kubuntu-ninjas] get KDE SC 4.7.x into oneiric SRUs: DONE
[jr] write scripts to automate KDE SC packaging: POSTPONED
[yofel] package oxygen-gtk for gtk 3, get it working by default: DONE
[kubuntu-members] package afiestas' first boot bluetooth keyboard app and integrate with live CD: POSTPONED

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Work Items

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