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Landing team 20.01.14



We got an image promoted! Image #141 was the one.
We detected another regression on image #140 from this morning (a lot of qmlscene crashes like [1]). We found that the regression was laying down in at-spi2-core, reverted it, get clearance due to alpha2 freeze and then rekick an image. Test results just finishes and show the traditional flaky tests.

So, what was new due compared to latest promoted image (#132)? Mainly we got:
* fix for the flaky calendar-app AP test \o/
* new version of messaging app with status, retry and delivery confirmation of SMS messages * separation of webbrowser-app webapps container in a separate components to be able to get Oxide support
* getting the input method (OSK) not being hidden if app killed
* pile of bug fixes to get click scope better tested and intial work to get click app purchases support * initial work on the scope API to be able to properly starts and shutting down them.
* Some application start up time optimization

We are now releasing all the niceness that we prepared but not published until we got an image promoted. More news on that in my tomorrow's email :)

*notes_app* (Bill/Zoltan):
http://ci.ubuntu.com/smokeng/trusty/touch/mako/112:20140105:20131223.2/5882/notes-app-autopilot/638428/ -> Olivier tried a little bit more on that one (we saw more of setUp() function randomly failing). It seems he need help, maybe the SDK team as it can toolbar related can help? A bug report to track that is filed as https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/webbrowser-app/+bug/1270737.

*weather-app* (Nicholas):
http://ci.ubuntu.com/smokeng/trusty/touch/mako/109:20140103.1:20131223.2/5859/ubuntu-weather-app-autopilot/ -> Networking failure. This is changing to TWC api, and yes, there will need to be some mocking. This is WIP by development team. A big rollover to the new API will be landing soon.

*ubuntu-keyboard/maliit crash* (Kevin/Bill):
An incoming ubuntu-keyboard fix is in the releasing pipe :)

*clock-app *(Nicholas):
http://ci.ubuntu.com/smokeng/trusty/touch/maguro/114:20140106:20131223.2/5905/ubuntu-clock-app-autopilot/ -> From Nicholas: "No luck in reproducing yet. -- the emulator won't run clock atm, investigating. Xnox, I see you seem to have results (passing), but I've only gotten crashes." -> this one refailed today on mako (on test_run_preset which is calling test_add_preset): http://ci.ubuntu.com/smokeng/trusty/touch/mako/133:20140117:20140115.1/6118/ubuntu-clock-app-autopilot/677464/

Nicholas told: (quoting)
Found several probable causes for these failures. Seems to be a combination of the bug below on MIR, and a potential UITK issue with tab switching.

Probable MIR bug:
Tab switching:
Today's run contains an actual test failure possibility, looking into

*calendar-app* (Nicholas):
http://ci.ubuntu.com/smokeng/trusty/touch/maguro/114:20140106:20131223.2/5905/calendar-app-autopilot/ -> This is now released. However, even with the fix, there is still some flaky tests (running them doesn't seem to be reproducible): http://ci.ubuntu.com/smokeng/trusty/touch/maguro/141:20140121.1:20140115.1/6204/calendar-app-autopilot/

*dialer_app* crash (Bill):
http://ci.ubuntu.com/smokeng/trusty/touch/mako/114:20140106:20131223.2/5903/dialer-app-autopilot/ -> The team is looking into it (doesn't seem to happen on the emulator though)

*terminal app* (Nicholas):
We had this regression last month, it's on the list as well for blocking new terminal app release (keyboard not working with it): https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu-terminal-app/+bug/1257791 -> The issue was investigated and found that konsole qml plugin is what needs work. Plugin author isn't able to look at the issue until next week, so we're on hold until then.

A new one to add to the "high list" (targeted to dialer-app, but can be unity-mir as well), but this one was already in latest promoted image:
*dialer* in call is blanked by lock screen (bfiller)


[1] https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/qtdeclarative-opensource-src/+bug/1271154

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