ewan at xensource
Feb 16, 2007, 3:18 AM
On Wed, Feb 14, 2007 at 10:50:59AM -0500, Sean Dague wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 14, 2007 at 09:24:14AM -0600, Gareth S Bestor wrote:
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> Would it be possible to have someone take minutes and send them out to this
> list after the meetings? It's hard to get a sense of meeting contents
> without agenda or minutes being posted on list.
We're not really working to an agenda at the moment -- just opening the mic to
anyone with questions. If you have a particular item that you'd like
discussed, please feel free to mail the list before the meeting.
This was a short call, as there were only Gareth Bestor, Stefan Berger, and
myself on the line.
Q. How many Xen-API changesets are left to go in before 3.0.5?
A. I've got another batch to go in next week, 10 changesets maybe, and then I
expect the API to stabilise.
Q. Do we have a date for 3.0.5 yet.
A. Not as yet, though Keir's talking about the second half of March.
Stefan had a problem on the domain destroy path, which has now been fixed (by
Wim Colgate) and I've followed up in a separate mail. (This was the same as
the one reported by Susan Krysan recently).
Stefan asked about the recent sHype/ACM Xen-API patch, and what it would take
to get that into the tree. I said that, since I don't have expertise in this
area, I'm going to need consensus from the other security folks with regards
to the API. I'd be looking for an agreement that XSM would drop into the same
framework, in particular.
Previously, I suggested that this would be a good thing to discuss at the next
Xen Summit when everyone's together, and I still think that that's a good
That's all I remember from the call. If there's anything I've missed, please
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