Re: 10.4 planning

2020-04-09 Thread Laura Arjona Reina
Hi all El 6 de abril de 2020 13:16:05 CEST, "Adam D. Barratt" escribió: >Hi folks, > >I realise things are a little unusual right now, but it's about time >that we started looking at dates for 10.4. > >I guess the biggest impact of current circumstances on the process is >likely to be around

Re: 10.4 planning

2020-04-08 Thread Mark Hymers
> - April 25th > - May 2nd > - May 9th I can currently do any of the above for ftp-team. Thanks, Mark -- Mark Hymers

Re: 10.4 planning

2020-04-06 Thread Cyril Brulebois
Adam D. Barratt (2020-04-06): > I realise things are a little unusual right now, but it's about time > that we started looking at dates for 10.4. > > I guess the biggest impact of current circumstances on the process is > likely to be around image testing, as there won't be a bunch of people >

Re: 10.4 planning

2020-04-06 Thread marco
25th April Regard Marco Il 06/04/2020 13:16, Adam D. Barratt ha scritto: Hi folks, I realise things are a little unusual right now, but it's about time that we started looking at dates for 10.4. I guess the biggest impact of current circumstances on the process is likely to be around image

Re: 10.4 planning

2020-04-06 Thread Andrew Cater
/me also has local mirror and would be more than happy to help. April 23rd is Ubuntu release so 3/4 of the world will be wibbling about that :) On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 12:28 PM Steve McIntyre wrote: > Hey Adam, > > On Mon, Apr 06, 2020 at 12:16:05PM +0100, Adam Barratt wrote: > > > >I realise

Re: 10.4 planning

2020-04-06 Thread Steve McIntyre
Hey Adam, On Mon, Apr 06, 2020 at 12:16:05PM +0100, Adam Barratt wrote: > >I realise things are a little unusual right now, but it's about time >that we started looking at dates for 10.4. > >I guess the biggest impact of current circumstances on the process is >likely to be around image testing,

10.4 planning

2020-04-06 Thread Adam D. Barratt
Hi folks, I realise things are a little unusual right now, but it's about time that we started looking at dates for 10.4. I guess the biggest impact of current circumstances on the process is likely to be around image testing, as there won't be a bunch of people with local access to Steve's