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Low-hanging fruit meeting, 2014-09-21 (was: Rebooting Low-Hanging Fruits sessions)

On Sun, 21 Sep 2014 01:13:23 +0200, gregor herrmann wrote:

> > > Do we have agreed on a time? I remember some Europeans saying that
> > > midnight is not so good if the next day is a workday.
> > There didn't really seem to be a consensus on the list, from what
> > I remember. I don't think it will work to always have it at the same time,
> > or some people will never be able to make it. For the weekend, centering
> > the event around the whole of daytime, rather than times when people
> > aren't working, seems better (though I am sure there will be people
> > working on Sunday too!) So 17:00 UTC?
> Sounds good to me, and since there were no other proposals for
> tomorrow I suggest we just meet at this time :)

And it worked out quite fine, except for one potential participant
arriving an hour in advance for the 22:00 UTC time.
For next month's meeting we need to fix this timing issue a bit
earlier :/

During ~1.5 hours, 6 people worked in the following topics:

* alexm+gregoa: hardening for arch:any packages
  after some checks we realized that this task is finished \o/

* ppm: bug fixing (starting with #709533)

* Dom: perl 5.20 fallout, RC bugs, package removals, updating the
  list of critical packages [0], contacting upstream and the BTS

* gregoa: package Pegex, update OpenTasks page [1]

* XTaran: fix a package with Maintainer != group

* ntyni: autopkgtest improvements + documentation
  pkg-perl-tools 0.17 was uploaded, and the first draft of the
  documentation is available at [2]

Thanks to everyone involved, and I hope to see you (and others) in a





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