Archive for November, 2012

Server Team 20121120 meeting minutes

Posted in Ubuntu Server on Friday, 23 November 2012 by s3hh

Here are the minutes of the meeting. They can also be found online
with the irc logs here.

  • Meeting Actions
  • Raring Development
    • jamespage, smoser, and Daviey were looking through blueprint specs last week. Most looked good, comments were made where additional detail was needed. They haven’t finished going through all specs yet.
  • Ubuntu Server Team Events
    • jcastro, m_3, smoser, and utlemming will be at AWS reinvent next week.
  • Weekly Updates & Questions for the Kernel Team (smb)
    • smb and apw reviewed of Xen re-adding qemu-dm. Could be ready to be uploaded soon, though the previous upload still in r-proposed may need to be dropped.
    • apw, smb and Daviey need to talk about a dependency break for xen-hypervisor-4.1- for some nova packages
    • bug 1078926 “raring instance failed to find EC2 datasource” has an upstream fix, but it may not yet be final.
  • Agree on next meeting date and time
    • Next meeting will be on Tuesday, Nov 27th at 16:00 UTC in #ubuntu-meeting.

Posted in Ubuntu Server on Thursday, 22 November 2012 by JavaCruft


As Grizzly is about to release its first milestone, the Ubuntu Server Team thought it was a good opportunity to give an update on Ubuntu Server activities around Openstack.

Folsom Cloud Archive

Aside from a few SRU’s which are working through the system, the Folsom Cloud Archive for Ubuntu 12.04 is available and ready for use.

Please report any bugs that you find in packages from the Cloud Archive here.

In terms of communication around the Cloud Archive, general announcements about milestone and release availability will be made on

We have also setup a new ML,,  which will be higher volume, per upload notifications as new and updated packages land in the Cloud Archive:

For details on how to enable and use the Cloud Archive on Ubuntu 12.04 look here.

Grizzly Trunk PPA

As we did for Folsom, a PPA is being maintained for…

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