Details on the Portland Face to Face meeting of the LSB Workgroup.
Time and Place
Meeting is in conference room JFCC-124. The room phone number is 503 712 3124. Gordon's cell number is 503 693 7896. All non-Intel personnel will need to be escorted. If you arrive and there is no one around, call the room or Gord from the security desk. On Tuesday, meet in the lobby of JFCC at 8:45 for security checkin so we can get to setup and start on time
The Jones Farm Conference Center is in the center of the northern side of the campus, between JF3 and JF4 (signs will guide you). Here's a link for a Mapquest map, if it doesn't work (seems to bug the wiki intermittently), just do your own search using the above address.
The regular LSB Workgroup conference call number will be open for callins during the meeting (see various lsb-wg postings for details), and we'll be on the irc channel.
Goals: Approve LSB3 RC4 as gold or produce a final RC if needed. Resolve remaining technical bugs against LSB3 software deliverables.
We need to complete the ReleaseChecklist to actually issue an LSB release.
June 13, 2005
Preview day for test training
Multi-column entries indicate breakout sessions
|0900-0930||Chair's remarks, status summary, agenda review|
|0930-1000||Review test results in SI|
|1000-1100||Review test results on distros|
|1100-1200||Investigate Test Suite Bugs|
|1300-1700||Develop install_initd sample||Develop install_initd tests||Audit archLSB documents wrt underlying ABI integration||ELF/Dwarf|
Dinner Tuesday, June 14, 7pm
- LSB-Desktop WG discussion - with special guest(s) Syun Japanese Restaurant and Sake Club
|0900-0930||Review overnight actions, test results|
|0930-1030||LSB4: lsb-desktop subgroup|
|1030-1100||LSB4: lsb-security subgroup|
|1100-1200||other planned work, lsb-core maint., iso submissions|
|1300-1500||continue work on SI initd tools & tests||ELF/DWARF bugs|
|0800-1000||LSB Steering Committee: policy/producedural matters (non SC members need not attend)|
|1000-1030||Review overnight actions, test results|
|1030-1200||LSB Release Checklist|
|1330-1430||Arthur Tyde, FSG CTO - ISV feedback (future direction requests)|
|1430-1530||Jim Zemlin, FSG CEO - Free Standards Group update, LSB context|
|1530-1700||Closing: AI review, next steps, wrap open itmes|
- Stuart Anderson, FSG
- Rajesh Banginwar, Intel
- Marvin Heffler, IBM
- Nilesh Jain, Intel
- Gordon !McFadden, Intel
- Mike Perry, FSG
- Nick Stoughton, FSG
- Matt Taggart, HP
- Arthur Tyde, FSG
- Mats Wichmann, Intel
- Jim Zemlin, FSG
- Keith Packard, HP & X.Org (Dinner Tuesday only)
- Kerry Jiang, Intel
- Yong Wang, Intel
- Amanda !McPherson, FSG
- Craig Thomas, OSDL
There are no scheduled commercial flights to Hillsboro/Portland airport (sadly, since it's across the street!). Delegates will probably want to fly into Portland International Airport (PDX). Note: Portland has become a "tough ticket" - demand exeeds capacity on most common routes. Book early or your travel budget will regret it!!! Other options are to look for flights to Seattle or Eugene (OR), there are fairly frequent shuttle flights from both to Portland.
The map shows nearby hotels. The Intel Jones Farm campus is just to the west of the airport.
Minutes for June 14 are [attachment:Minutes-20050614.txt here]
Some people will be staying at the Marriott Courtyard (J on the map). Full breakfast is available, but costs. The Springhill (H) is nice but higher priced - a bit closer. Nearby that is the Townplace (G), lower than the Springhill, higher than the Courtyard; less services and only continental breakfast, but quite nice. The latter two offer free shuttles to Intel campuses. For the Courtyard, Gord or Mats can give rides. The Wellesley (I) is now ExtendedStayAmerica, several of you will recall that chain with fondness :-) from the December meeting in Austin.