Sat, Oct 12
Thu, Oct 3
Wed, Oct 2
Tue, Oct 1
Alright folks, we're in the final stretch, we have about two and a half weeks. Let's work on a final push to get the Eoan Ermine out the door without problems!
Mon, Sep 30
Fri, Sep 27
Thu, Sep 26
A bug in Calamares has been reported by at least 2 individuals. @guiverc and I were unable to reproduce. I am in America, New York, quite possible the worst location for testing since it is the default. However Chris is not in the default zone and was able to get the proper one automatically. It would be appreciated if some other folks could test for this bug in other time zones.
Mon, Sep 23
(it'd read better if we edited the wallpaper competition winner's letter, but should or do we want to do that???)
no issues at all with 'rough draft', thought it looked very polished
This is a very very rough draft release announcement. Please look it over.
Sun, Sep 22
Counting down in C4
I guess @The_LoudSpeaker is the right man for writing this down
Fri, Sep 20
We should include as known issue ad how to solve the global keys update that need to be done manually when someone upgrades from 19.04. I guess @The_LoudSpeaker is the right man for writing this down
Tue, Sep 17
Nice work testing, @guiverc. Here are the notable bugs:
- lxqt-panel: menu-button opens in wrong position (on portrait display, normal on landscape..)
- Can someone work with upstream to diagnose this? It seems fairly trivial.
- Ubuntu 19.04/19.10 qa:test - suspended system resumed without audio (fixed with pavucontrol toggle)
- We should definitely look at this before the final release, but there's a workaround, so I don't consider it RC.
- Lubuntu Daily ISO (May 19) QtPass error GnuPG not found
- This is a trivial fix, and it just involves fixing the default config. Could someone please look at cherry-picking the upstream fixes?
- /proc/self/maps paths missing on live session (was vlc won't start; eoan 19.10 & bionic 18.04 ubuntu/lubuntu/kubuntu/xubuntu/ubuntu-mate dailies)
- I consider this an RC bug. I will raise this with Adam and the kernel team before EOD today, because it needs to get looked at. It affects the end user experience when they're trying Lubuntu.