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New Qt5 Uploader - Simon Quigley

Hello everyone,

Please congratulate Simon on his successful Ubuntu Qt5 Uploaders
application! Being part of the team, tsimonq2 now has upload rights to
Qt5 packages in the Ubuntu archives.


New Ubuntu Server Developer - Andreas Hasenack

Hello everyone,

Let's congratulate Andreas on his today's successful Ubuntu Server
Developer application! He has now been added to the ubuntu-server-dev
team, gaining upload rights to Ubuntu server packages.


New Ubuntu Core Developer - Balint Reczey

Hello everyone,

Today we have finished the voting process of Balint's application for
ubuntu-core-dev membership. Congratulations and welcome to the team!


New Ubuntu SRU Developer - Dan Streetman


After a successful vote on today's DMB meeting, we are pleased to
announce a new member of the SRU Developers team - Dan Streetman.

Best regards,

Ubuntu Artful Aardvark 17.10 Final Beta in progress - update

A few quick announcements regarding the ongoing milestone.

We have just started a re-spin of the final beta release candidates
with the new kernel along with some other queued changes.

Artful Aardvark User Interface Freeze reminder

This is a gentle reminder that Artful Aardvark (17.10) is in User
Interface Freeze since September 14th. Remember about that when
pushing packages into the archive, any freeze-breaking changes per
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approved exception.

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Developer Membership Board Election Results - two new members

Hello everyone!

The vote for the two vacant seats in the Developer Membership Board is
now over. Please congratulate our new members: the re-elected Mathieu
Trudel-Lapierre and Jeremy Bicha! They will be now part of the DMB for
the term of two years.

Glad to have you on the team guys!

Best regards,

New Ubuntu Core Developer - Christian Ehrhardt


We had two successful applications today. Please congratulate
Christian Ehrhardt (cpaelzer) on his new Ubuntu Core Developer
membership! Welcome to the team!


New Ubuntu MOTU Member - Simon Quigley

Hello everyone!

Please congratulate Simon Quigley (tsimonq2) on his successful MOTU
application! Keep up the good work and welcome to the team!


Announce: Stable Release Update verification policy change

Hello everyone,

As part of our continuing improvements to the SRU process, we have
decided to require verification-done-RELEASE and
verification-failed-RELEASE tags for bug validation instead of their
broad versions (i.e. verification-done, verification-failed). This
means that for a bug to be considered validated, testers need to tag
the bug with a verification-done-RELEASE tag where RELEASE is the
stable release name of the upload you have been testing.

New Ubuntu Core Developer - Jeremy Bicha


Please congratulate Jeremy Bicha on his successful Ubuntu Core
Developer application! Welcome to the team!


New PPU rights for zfsutils-linux and spl-linux for Colin King

Hello everyone!

After the recent DMB e-mail vote we have granted Colin King the
additional PPU rights for the following packages:



Best regards,

ATTENTION! CI Train spreadsheet broken, workaround migration to a new one!

Attention CI Train landers!

Even though Robert is actively working on the spreadsheet replacement to
(hopefully) get us rid of all the various Google Spreadsheet incidents
in the CI Train, currently this is still something that requires time to
finalize. As you all know the spreadsheet once again went into a broken
state yesterday which caused a lot of grief for all its users and

After wasting some time trying to get it back into a working state, I
have decided that it makes no sense to continue trying to revive it or
waiting for Google problems resolving itself.

Ubuntu Touch Vivid stabilization period - kind request/proposition to developers

Hello Ubuntu Developers!

Those of you that follow the developments of Ubuntu Touch probably
already know, but all development teams are working hard on bringing
vivid up to the quality we have in ubuntu-rtm derived-distribution. To
achieve this we have introduced the same QA sign-off rules for vivid CI
Train silos as we had for ubuntu-rtm.

The QA sign-off [1] rules mean that every landing typical for touch
needs to be additionally signed off by the QA team for potential

A few remarks for upstreams landing projects through CI Train

Hello everyone,

This e-mail is mostly targeted for people involved in the CI Train based
landing process [1], but might apply to others as well.

* Mentioning dependency changes

Whenever a package needs dependency changes such as the addition of a
completely new dep or removal of one that is no longer needed, please
mention this fact in the changelog.

lp:~sil2100/kubuntu-packaging/qtbase-opensource-src_appmenu-qt5_support into lp:~kubuntu-packagers/kubuntu-packaging/qtbase-opensource-src

Ɓukasz Zemczak has proposed merging lp:~sil2100/kubuntu-packaging/qtbase-opensource-src_appmenu-qt5_support into lp:~kubuntu-packagers/kubuntu-packaging/qtbase-opensource-src.

Commit message:
Add two patches needed by appmenu-qt5 which are submitted and approved upstream

Requested reviews:
Kubuntu Packagers (kubuntu-packagers)

For more details, see:
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The following proposed patches are proposed upstream and approved:

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<a href="https://coderevi" title="https://coderevi">https://coderevi</a>