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Welcome to the Linux Standard Base wiki!  This wiki is the internal face of the LSB Project describing what the team is working on.  For more general information about the LSB project, please see the [http://www.linuxfoundation.org/collaborate/workgroups/lsb LSB Workgroup Home Page].
 
Welcome to the Linux Standard Base wiki!  This wiki is the internal face of the LSB Project describing what the team is working on.  For more general information about the LSB project, please see the [http://www.linuxfoundation.org/collaborate/workgroups/lsb LSB Workgroup Home Page].
  
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<blockquote style="color: red;">Some links are broken due to infrastructure that has not been restored.  Some are broken because they've gone stale.  Please file bugs if it's not obvious how to just fix it up.</blockquote>
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== Most Recent Activities ==
 
== Most Recent Activities ==
 
* [[LSB F2F Spring 2012]].
 
* [[LSB F2F Spring 2012]].
 
* Information about the [[2011 LSB Infrastructure Recovery]].
 
* Information about the [[2011 LSB Infrastructure Recovery]].
* problem_db2 [http://ispras.linuxfoundation.org/index.php/Problem_Database_2 wiki] and [https://dev.linuxfoundation.org/prdb/ web system] (auth required to add entries to the latter) (problem_db2 flat file is updated on the ftp site by a cron job on spidey under the "stewb" account, daily @7:30).
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* problem_db2 [http://ispras.linuxfoundation.org/index.php/Problem_Database_2 wiki] and [https://dev.linuxfoundation.org/prdb/ web system] (auth required to add entries to the latter) (problem_db2 flat file is updated on the ftp site by a cron job).
 
* [[EmergingIssues|Issues emerging as distributions evolve]]
 
* [[EmergingIssues|Issues emerging as distributions evolve]]
  
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** [[Modularization50|Modularization proposals and status]]
 
** [[Modularization50|Modularization proposals and status]]
 
** [[TestPilot50|test results & analysis]], [[SpecReview50|specification review notes]], [[ProjectPlan50|project plan]]
 
** [[TestPilot50|test results & analysis]], [[SpecReview50|specification review notes]], [[ProjectPlan50|project plan]]
** [http://dev.linuxfoundation.org/navigator/commons/welcome.php LSB Navigator] updated with distribution data for likely 4.2/5.0 targets
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** [http://www.linuxbase.org/navigator/commons/welcome.php LSB Navigator] updated with distribution data for likely 4.2/5.0 targets
 
** [[Uplift_Target|LSB Library Status, uplift work estimates]]
 
** [[Uplift_Target|LSB Library Status, uplift work estimates]]
  
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* [[SpecificationGroup]]: LSB written specification. Project also includes [[SpecDatabase]]
 
* [[SpecificationGroup]]: LSB written specification. Project also includes [[SpecDatabase]]
 
* [[ToolsGroup]]: Build Tools, Sample Implementation <b>(no longer supported)</b>, Application Battery
 
* [[ToolsGroup]]: Build Tools, Sample Implementation <b>(no longer supported)</b>, Application Battery
* Infrastructure: [[DualArchBuild|Dual-arch build chroots]]
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* Infrastructure: [[LSB Puppet]], [[DualArchBuild|Dual-arch build chroots]]
 
* [[TestGroup]]: Core test, VSW4/XTS5, C++ test, Desktop tests, Printing test, Perl/Python tests, test harnesses
 
* [[TestGroup]]: Core test, VSW4/XTS5, C++ test, Desktop tests, Printing test, Perl/Python tests, test harnesses
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* [[LSB Processes]]: How to do what we do.
 
* [[ReleaseChecklist]]: what needs to happen for an LSB release?
 
* [[ReleaseChecklist]]: what needs to happen for an LSB release?
 
* [[TodoList]]: rolling list of non-product tasks
 
* [[TodoList]]: rolling list of non-product tasks
 
* [[NewbieGuide]]: getting started with contributing to the Specification
 
* [[NewbieGuide]]: getting started with contributing to the Specification
* Bug Tracking:
 
** [http://bugs.linuxbase.org LSB Bugzilla]
 
** [[UsingLsbBugzilla|Using the LSB Bugzilla]]
 
** [[BugDay|Bug Day Friday]]
 
* [[AutomaticDailyBuilds]]: Daily Builds Information and Status. See also [http://www.freestandards.org/~heffler Tool status] for more info from the daily builds.
 
* [[Distribution Autotesting]]: How to test your distribution automatically against the LSB.  See also the [http://ispras.linux-foundation.org/index.php/LSB_DTK_Manager_Nightly_Run_HOWTO LSB DTK Manager Nightly Run HOWTO] and the [http://dev.linuxfoundation.org/autotest-results/ results page]. Weekly [http://dev.linuxfoundation.org/~stewb/autotest/leading_edge/index.html leading edge distro vs snapshots summary].
 
* [http://www.linux-foundation.org/snapshots/ Development specs], built fairly often.
 
* Source code management
 
** [[Version Control]]: Information about the LSB's version control repositories
 
** LSB BZR: [[Bazaar-NG|instructions]] | [http://bzr.linux-foundation.org/lsb/ browse]
 
** ''Note: cvs access is long gone''
 
* [[WrittenSpecificationHowTo]]: learn how to add your library to the written specification
 
* [http://ispras.linux-foundation.org/index.php/LSB_Library_Import_Tools libtodb2]: a new set of tools automating import of new libraries into the LSB database
 
* [[LibtoDB]]: library importer ''(obsolete)''
 
* [[LibToLSB]]: example of adding a library using old libtodb
 
* [[UsingIRC]]:
 
 
* [[WikiGuidelines]]:  
 
* [[WikiGuidelines]]:  
 
* [[LsbArch]]: autobuild/autotest hdw / VM details
 
* [[LsbArch]]: autobuild/autotest hdw / VM details
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* [[:Image:CHLSBWhitePaper061407.pdf|Slides from IBM]] on ChipHopper.
 
* [[:Image:CHLSBWhitePaper061407.pdf|Slides from IBM]] on ChipHopper.
 
* [[LSB_Wiki:AtSpi|AtSpi LSB]]: Plan for adding AtSpi client libraries to the LSB.
 
* [[LSB_Wiki:AtSpi|AtSpi LSB]]: Plan for adding AtSpi client libraries to the LSB.
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* [[ISO]]: Discussions about the LSB ISO process and future directions.
  
 
== Archived Material ==
 
== Archived Material ==

Revision as of 17:14, 29 July 2013

Contents


Welcome to the Linux Standard Base wiki! This wiki is the internal face of the LSB Project describing what the team is working on. For more general information about the LSB project, please see the LSB Workgroup Home Page.

If you're new to wikis, go to User's Guide for help on navigation and editing. Editing of these pages is limited to those with accounts. To register on the wiki, you will need to create an account.

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