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Re: Release Manager
The Alternate images do not need dropping :)
A release manager liases with the testers and marks up the ISO's as and
when they are 'good to go'. Provided that the -release team actually take
any notice of the ones marked as NOT good to go, all will be well :P
With, or without the milestone releases there is no need to not keep
testing and reporting :)
Keep calm, keep testing and keep reporting bugs!
14.04 lands onto my production machine pretty much as soon as I sent this
email... Think nice thoughts!
On 27 December 2013 06:58, Jackson Doak <noskcaj@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> first, please stop saying that, OMGubuntu exists purely to make those
> second, ubuntu-gnome's call has helped, but it also got a guy who said we
> should just merge into fedora.
> third, if we drop alternate, most people with really old PCs (lead by
> phill), will be angry
> fourth, we still need someone who's release manager to approve our ISOs
> for release, since the ubuntu guys won't.
> On Fri, Dec 27, 2013 at 5:54 PM, Erick Brunzell <lbsolost@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
>> On 12/26/2013 07:22 PM, Phill Whiteside wrote:
>> Hi Good people,
>> as you will have seen, there was no alpha 1 test for lubuntu. There
>> will be no alpha 2 etc. until you good people actually nominate some one to
>> take the role on.
>> It's quite simple.... You decide on who will be a release manager and
>> then the boss works out as to if they can actually fulfil the role.
>> So, instead of expecting someone else to do things... Well, go
>> advertise the job vacancy :)
>> What happens if we just adopt Ubuntu's dev cycle w/o opting in to the
>> other testing cycles?
>> This really blows my mind, somehow we met the minimum requirements to
>> become an official flavor but now we're stuck:^(
>> Maybe it's time to drop the alternate images?
>> I see Ali's comments have also gotten Ubuntu GNOME in hot water at
>> Phoronix so I wonder if these recruitment efforts are not causing more
>> trouble than relief???
>> You can be sure that other websites will translate this into the demise
>> of Lubuntu - whether true or not!
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