Release collaboration with Debian

Registered by Robbie Williamson on 2009-11-08

With Debian's freeze scheduled for March, what can we accomplish in Lucid in regards to a selective-freeze/collaboration? Specifically looking at the kernel, gcc, python, java, X, openoffice, and perl. What do we need to do from a Debian bug fix effort to help?

Blueprint information

Status:
Complete
Approver:
Robbie Williamson
Priority:
High
Drafter:
Robbie Williamson
Direction:
Approved
Assignee:
Canonical Foundations Team
Definition:
Approved
Series goal:
Accepted for lucid
Implementation:
Implemented
Milestone target:
milestone icon lucid-alpha-3
Started by
Robbie Williamson on 2009-11-24
Completed by
Colin Watson on 2010-03-26

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Work items:
kernel: DONE
[vorlon]python: DONE
[vorlon]gcc: DONE
perl: DONE
openoffice: DONE
[kitterman]boost: DONE

Work items for ubuntu-10.04-beta-1:
[bryceharrington] X: DONE

Work items for ubuntu-10.04-beta-2:
[doko] java: DONE

Status: Kernel=2.6.32, GCC=4.4, Python=2.6, OOo=3.2, Perl=5.10.1, Boost=1.40 (with the freeze delay, Debian looks like it's going to 1.42, but it's probably not worth the pain of us doing another transition for Lucid), Mesa=7.7, xserver=1.7, Java (IcedTea)=1.8

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