Hi folks - thanks for the nudge, let's climb in to help Kubuntu clear
these items through NEW.
Also, I believe there has been good progress on KDE snapping, which
bypasses the archive integration thanks to isolation. Not sure if we are
ready to make that as a standard recommendation (would look to relevant
upstreams to say) but it's definitely an easier process for everybody
once it's enabled. With snapd 2.23 there are delta updates to make
updating snaps faster than debs, and I think the content-sharing work
now allows for upstream to manage a shared build of KDE and Qt libraries
that such snaps can share.
We can also enable snaps to be pre-installed in the image, that would be
On 07/02/17 13:05, Robie Basak wrote:
> On Tue, Feb 07, 2017 at 01:00:28PM +0000, Rik Mills wrote:
>> Sadly we have had no luck getting the packages in NEW queue reviewed or
>> accepted, despite "reaching out" multiple times.
> I suggested reaching out to ubuntu-devel@, but nobody has done so. As
> I've said on IRC, IRC is ephemeral. If an archive admin doesn't happen
> to see things scroll past, nothing will happen. As far as archive admins
> are concerned, they may never have been asked and this may be the first
> time they're hearing about it.
> So I'm writing this to ubuntu-devel@ now, as nobody else has bothered.
> Archive admins: Kubuntu are struggling to get NEW reviews. Please can
> you help? I understand they've been the queue a while.