[Evolution-hackers] Bug Day - May 2,2007

2007-04-25 Thread Akhil Laddha
Hi to all,

We are glad to announce Bug day for Evolution on May 2,2007.We are
planning to triage UNCONFIRMED bug which were filed in last 9 months in
http://bugzilla.gnome.org/
For convenience we have divided bugs in 3 months slot.I have made the
list of bugs which we will triage.I hope this would help you.  

URL -   http://www.go-evolution.org/2007-April-30

Goals of Bug day

* Bug triaging 
 -  List of valid bugs for next stable release
 -  Cleaning of bugzilla
 
Bug triaging :

We are considering Evolution 2.10.1 as stable version.So all bugs will
be triaged against this stable version.

And who are new to bug triaging, these URLs will provide them a
guideline 

(i)  http://bugzilla.gnome.org/page.cgi?id=bug-HOWTO.html
(ii) Andre's Blog : http://blogs.gnome.org/view/aklapper/2006/11/03/0
(iii) http://live.gnome.org/GettingTraces/Details#gdb-not-yet-running


At the end of Bug day,i hope we will get list of bugs which are valid in
current release and the features or enhancement requests which will be
considered in coming releases.

Please join us in #evolution channel in IRC on bug day.

Hope this will help to make Evolution more user friendly and ahead of
its competitive products.

thanks,
-- 
Akhil Laddha [EMAIL PROTECTED]

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Re: [Evolution-hackers] Evolution maintainership

2009-07-01 Thread Akhil Laddha
Congratulations Chen and Matthew :-)

Cheers,
Akhil

On Wed, 2009-07-01 at 04:06 -0600, Srinivasa Ragavan wrote:
 Hello guys,
 
 This mail is to announce some of the role changes in the Evolution project. I 
 have been thinking about this for a long time, and I feel that this is the 
 best time to implement them.
 
 I am proud to announce Chenthill P (chen) as the new Evolution maintainer. He 
 is a long time contributor to the Evolution project and has been working in 
 the project for over 5 years.  He is well known in the community for his 
 expertise in Calendar component and has been its maintainer for the last 4 
 years.  He has been one of the prime contributors for the Groupwise provider 
 and Microsoft Exchange Calendar. A few of his notable contributions include 
 libical integration with System timezone for better Daylight savings support, 
 single-model-view design of Calendar MVC and removal of libical fork.   He 
 has mentored interns and GSOC students on Calendar search improvements, 
 Microsoft Exchange Delegation support, Google Calendar integration etc.  
 
 I am also proud to announce that Matthew Barnes (mbarnes) is joining 
 Chenthill and support him as the Evolution co-maintainer. He has been 
 contributing towards Evolution for over 3 years and is the Mail maintainer 
 for the last 2 years. He has made significant contributions towards 
 obsoleting several libraries, and helping to migrate to newer technologies. 
 He has been working on Kill-Bonobo which is a major revamp of Evolution 
 Shell. This involves rewriting Evolution components and UI which is a focus 
 area for Evolution 3.0.
 
 Going forward, I will be focusing on improving evolution infrastructure for 
 netbooks and other devices; chen and mbarnes would be driving the Evolution 
 project direction and releases.
 
 Please join me in congratulating chen and mbarnes, and in wishing them good 
 luck in their new roles.
 
 -Srini.
 
 




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[Evolution-hackers] Bug Day : March 25-26

2010-03-21 Thread Akhil Laddha
Hi all,
After a gap of almost two years since we had an official bug
day, we all are gearing up again for a bug day on March 25 and 26.
As per the past experience, one day seems to be short for a bug day so
we have decided to continue triaging for two days. 

Goals of Bug day

* Bug triaging
 -  Identify list of important bugs for next stable release 
 -  Clean up of long pending bugs
   
We are planning to triage bugs filed since Evolution 2.24.x against
upcoming stable release of Evolution 2.30.0 which is scheduled to be
released on March 31. So all bugs will be triaged against the stable
version.

And who are new to bug triaging, these URLs will provide them a
guideline

(a) http://live.gnome.org/Bugsquad/TriageGuide 
(b) Andre's Blog : http://blogs.gnome.org/view/aklapper/2006/11/03/0

Please feel free to tag bugs with white board status as well.
http://live.gnome.org/Evolution/BugzillaTopics 

Please join us in #evolution channel on irc.gimp.org on bug day and help
us in making Evolution, a better product.

Happy Triaging,

- Akhil




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[Evolution-hackers] [Announcement] Bug Day : Sept 30, Oct1

2010-09-21 Thread Akhil Laddha
Hi all,
   You may remember we had a bug day six months back just before the
final release of Evolution 2.30.0 and we are gearing up again for yet
another bug day just after release of Evolution 2.32.0. This time again
we will be doing triaging for two consecutive days.

Evolution, like any other gnome module, has gone through many code and
design changes as part of GNOME 3 clean up as well as to improve the
functionality in last one year. So it's a good time to dig old bugs, do
clean up, pick and target right set of bugs for next release which
hopefully will be Evolution 3.0.

Goals of Bug day

* Bug triaging
 -  Identify list of important bugs for next stable release 
 -  Clean up of old and untriaged bugs
   
We will be mainly targeting bugs filed against Evolution 2.28.x and
2.30.x and will triage all the bugs against Evolution 2.32.0 stable
release which is scheduled to be released on Sept 29, 2010 as per GNOME
2.32 schedule.

What does it mean for you?
Bugs (Evolution 2.28.x and 2.30.x) which are most likely fixed in
Evolution 2.32.0 will be closed as Fixed or may be needinfo-ed to
reporter to get his response with current stable Evolution 2.32.0

People who are new to bug triaging, please read below URLs and it's a
good chance to start contributing to bug triaging.

(a) http://live.gnome.org/Bugsquad/TriageGuide 
(b) Andre's Blog :
http://blogs.gnome.org/aklapper/2006/11/03/evolution-bug-triaging-information/

We will be concentrating on tagging bugs with suitable white board
status [1] besides moving them to right component, setting right bug
summary.

Please join us in #evolution channel on irc.gimp.org on bug day and help
us cleaning Evolution bugs.

Happy Triaging,

- Akhil

[1] http://live.gnome.org/Evolution/BugzillaTopics


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Re: [Evolution-hackers] stable evolution for windows. real?

2010-12-07 Thread Akhil Laddha
On Wed, 2010-12-01 at 16:47 +0300, Абдулахадов Айрат wrote:
 Hi! Has anyone some experience in using stable evolution on windows? Is 
 it a good idea to try to use evolution on windows?
 

You can install current stable Evolution 2.32.1 on windows.
http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/windows:/mingw:/win32:/EXPERIMENTAL/openSUSE_Factory/noarch/

Please read more information about installer at
http://fridrich.blogspot.com/2010/05/experimental-evolution-installer-for.html

- Akhil




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Re: [Evolution-hackers] Error while expunging folder

2011-01-04 Thread Akhil Laddha
Hi Saxa,

On Tue, 2011-01-04 at 11:43 +0100, Sasa Ostrouska wrote:
 Hi , I get the following error while CTRL-E.
 
 Error storing '~/.evolution/mail/local/RC-2011/CLIENTI/SDST (mbox)':
 Error storing '~/.evolution/mail/local/RC-2011/CLIENTI/DSM (mbox)':
 Error storing '~/.evolution/mail/local/BRASTRAK-2011/CLIENTES/TRACTORTERRA
 (mbox)': Error storing '~/.evolution/mail/local/BRASTRAK-2011/CLIENTES
 (mbox)': Error storing
 '~/.evolution/mail/local/RC-2011/VARIO/CHINA/ALL POWER (mbox)': Error
 storing '~/.evolution/mail/local/RC-2011/VARIO/CHINA (mbox)': Error
 storing '~/.evolution/mail/local/RC-2011/VARIO/XE_CURRENCY (mbox)':
 Error storing '~/.evolution/mail/local/RC-2011/FORNITORI/GROUP-ITM
 (mbox)': Error storing
 '~/.evolution/mail/local/Sasa-Private/ALUGUETEMPORADA (mbox)': Error
 storing '~/.evolution/mail/local/Sent (mbox)': Error storing
 '~/.evolution/mail/local/Inbox (mbox)': Summary and folder mismatch,
 even after a sync
 
 
 How can I correct this ?
 

Please ask these queries on more relevant list which is
evolution-l...@gnome.org

Regarding your problem, please read
http://live.gnome.org/Evolution/FAQ#Why_do_I_get_an_error_.22Summary_and_folder_mismatch.2C_even_after_a_sync.22.3F

- Akhil


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Re: [Evolution-hackers] Nitpick for a mailing list admin

2012-01-19 Thread Akhil Laddha
Hi Matthew,

On Wed, 2012-01-18 at 13:18 -0500, Matthew Barnes wrote:
 Akhil, are you still a mailing list administrator?  The subscribe pages
 on mail.gnome.org list you and pg...@novell.com but I don't know who
 that is.

Parag (pg...@novell.com) used to be Evolution team manager in Novell.

 
 Anyway, I noticed a typo on the evolution-list description [1]:
 
 General discussion and user queries of the Evolution
 
 We need to remove the word the:
 
 General discussion and user queries of Evolution

Thanks, i have corrected it.

 
 But it brings up the larger point of who's managing our mailing lists
 these days and can Chen and I get in on that so we have a bus factor 1?
 

So far, i have been handling mailing list admin stuff for both e-l and
e-h. I have removed my self and have given admin rights to both chen and
you. I will share password in separate email.

Regards,
Akhil  

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Re: [Evolution-hackers] Retiring evolution-exchange

2012-05-31 Thread Akhil Laddha

On Thu, 2012-05-31 at 15:54 -0400, Matthew Barnes wrote:

 I'm adding Evolution-GroupWise to the retiree list, since it no longer
 has any active maintainers.
 
 Haven't heard any objections so I take that to mean consent from the
 rest of the team.  I don't plan to release any more 3.5 tarballs for
 these packages but I'll sit on the announcement until after the dust
 from the account-mgmt merge settles.

There were some good amount of changes in groupwise source code post
3.5.1 release. These changes were committed by Chen and this will enable
user to use imapx for emails and soap protocol for calendar/address
book. I would request you/Chen to release 3.5.2 tarball for
evolution-groupwise last time.

Thanks,
Akhil

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[Evolution-hackers] [Blog] Performance and Memory Usage of Evolution Data Server

2012-06-19 Thread Akhil Laddha
nice and detailed analysis of eds performance and memory usage by
Mathias, providing url of the post on the list if you missed or if you
are not part of planet gnome.

http://taschenorakel.de/mathias/2012/06/20/performance-and-memory-usage-of-evolution-data-server/



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