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QA Meeting, Darmstadt

2005-09-09 - 2005-09-11

2005-09-10

2005-09-11

Fixing autotools related build issues by Sam Hocevar: slides, video as ogg theora in good quality and low quality, video as mpeg1 in good quality and low quality


Internals of the Package Tracking System by Raphael Hertzog: slides, video as ogg theora in good quality and low quality, video as mpeg1 in good quality and low quality


New maintainers - new helpers or new problems by Marc HE Brockschmidt: slides, video as ogg theora in good quality and low quality, video as mpeg1 in good quality and low quality


Portability Issues by Peter de Schrijver: slides, video as ogg theora in good quality and low quality, video as mpeg1 in good quality and low quality

Collaborative maintenance by external contributors by Alexis Sukrieh, Raphael Hertzog and Mohammed Adnene Trojette: slides, video as ogg theora in good quality and low quality, video as mpeg1 in good quality and low quality


Debian Security discussion at the QA-meeting: video as ogg theora in good quality and low quality, video as mpeg1 in good quality and low quality


How to not manage releases by Andreas-Barth: slides, video as ogg theora in good quality and low quality, video as mpeg1 in good quality and low quality


Lintian internals and thoughts about further development by Frank Lichtenheld: slides, video as ogg theora in good quality and low quality, video as mpeg1 in good quality and low quality


Managing breakage in Debian Installer by Frans Pop: slides, video as ogg theora in good quality and low quality, video as mpeg1 in good quality and low quality

The meeting started with a round of introductions, where everybody laid out his or her plans for the meeting.

On 2005-09-08, the day before the QA meeting began, Werner Koch gave a talk about GnuPG a the TU Darmstadt. Part 1 of it as ogg theora in good quality and low quality, and Part 1 as mpeg1 in good quality and low quality and Part 2 as ogg theora in good quality and low quality, and Part2 as mpeg1 in good quality and low quality