David Pursehouse, Luca Milanesio, Alice Kober-Sotzek, Patrick Hiesel, Ben Rohlfs
Online, January 21, 12:30 - 13:30 CEST
The next meeting will be held on February 11, 12:30 CEST.
The next issue of the project news is due to be published at the end of this month. There are already a couple of items in the draft, and some more were proposed in this meeting:
Patrick will send a reminder to the Gerrit team at Google to check if anyone else has anything to add.
There have been several fixes merged on the stable branches since the last releases, so it's time to make new ones. David will take care of putting together the release notes, and he and Luca will make the releases during the last week of January.
David suggested that while we don't need to fix any plans right now, we should at least start thinking about if/when/where we will have a hackathon and/or user summit in Spring. We should make sure to plan far enough in advance that people are able to make travel arrangements.
Alice remembered that it had been mentioned that SAP might be able to host us. Luca will follow up on this with Matthias.
Ben mentioned that issue 40010299 was escalated to the mailing list and no progress seems to have been made.
Luca will try to reproduce the issue using the Docker environment.
We reviewed Luca‘s conclusion document and unanimously agreed that Ben’s solution should be accepted.
CollabNet agrees to move the implementation to a plugin rather than core.
Alice had already answered David‘s questions but he had overlooked it. Now the major concern is resolved, but the information from Alice’s answer needs to be incorporated into the design document along with a couple of other minor nits.
We will review it again in the next meeting.
Patrick has reviewed the design and is happy with it. Alice would like to also review it, so we will keep it open until the next meeting.
Patrick will follow up with Gal to check on the status.
Patrick has done some reading around this topic but there is no conclusion yet.
Patrick will be presenting at the Git Merge 2020 conference in Los Angeles.
There were no issues requiring action from the ESC.
We did not review the roadmap in this meeting due to running out of time. We have bumped this to the first item on the agenda for the next meeting.