|[wtp-dev] Revised Agenda for WTP Status Telecon, 2005-06-30|
1. Approval of Minutes
Are there any correctives to last week's minutes? 
2. Review of Open Action Items
1.1 2005-06-16 [ACTION] Jeffrey
to fix Bugzilla 82185  which tags releng component build scripts and
Jeffrey - I submitted a patch to Bugzilla. I am waiting for David and Naci to review it before I commit it.
David - I'll review it. Should we tag each build? Certainly each I-build. Why not tag them all?
Arthur - Even is we don't recreate the builds, it makes comparing source code easier. You can at least find the source used for a build.
Jeffrey - Does Eclipse tag I-builds?
David - Yes.
Jeffrey - Naci was concerned about tagging I-builds.
David - Perhaps this is a UI problem. Too many tags make some views hard to read. Jeffrey should tag all builds except Nightly builds
[RESOLVED] We will tag all builds except Nighlty builds. We will not retag Milestone builds since they will already have valid tags.
3. JavaOne Update - Tim Wagner (if available)
4. M5 Status - All
5. Bug Status - Jeffrey Liu
Component leads should be prepared to summarise the status of their components with respect to the following metrics:
Backlog of Resolved but Unverified, and Verified but Unclosed Bugs
Backlog of Bugs in Inboxes
Review of Major, Critical and Blocker Bugs not Targetted to 0.7
Backlog of Major, Critical and Blocker Bugs Targetted to 0.7
Jeffrey has posted a Web page that contains the Bugzilla queries we need to review the status. 
6. Stability of I-Builds During Shutdown - Tim deBoer
Tim started a thread on this topic.  Do we have a concensus?
7. CVS Brownout Status - Arthur Ryman
We experienced erratic CVS connectivity during the download frenzy following the release of Eclipse 3.1. This prevented some builds. I've escalated the issue and requested isolation of the development and Web infrastructures to prevent this in the future.
8. Help System - Susan Yeshin
9. Other Issues - All
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