Fwd: Linaro Infrastructure Team Weekly Report (2010-09-09 to 2010-09-16)
Christian Robottom Reis
kiko at linaro.org
Tue Sep 21 19:14:21 BST 2010
On Thu, Sep 16, 2010 at 10:36:01AM +0100, Ian Smith wrote:
> The burndown chart is showing that number of work items has increased,
> with a number of work items completed. This is showing that the number
> of work items to complete is slipping further behind the trend line.
This is very worrisome to me. When this happens the response should be
to manage scope immediately -- I believe this is what happened around
July 20th or so, and what should happen now as well.
We discussed postponing some items to the next cycle, but I'm not sure
that has been effected or not. In particular:
For arm-m-webkit-and-browser-performance if this is just the
benchmarking then this is fine but somewhat low priority as nothing
apart from toolchain improvements were done this cycle. It'd be nice to
have in place for next cycle, but Alexander S. and Michael H. might be
better positioned to discuss this.
The key item I see as missing here is UDS scheduler work; is that being
planned at all right now?
> * Merged XML-RPC API and client and various fixes to them
> * Got initial set of views into trunk. Currently this adds support
> for browsing streams. While simple, it paves the way for more views (the
> task is simple and repetitive) as we support authentication, unit tests
> and other goodness that made it take longer.
> * Got generic databrowser merged. This allows anyone to browse
> everything that is in the database (so any bundles/tests that are
> already in can be accessed without extra effort). This will act as a
> temporary view layer before we can iron out what people actually want
> from us.
It's not clear from these items how close we are to having a dashboard
and test suite demo in place -- a summary line there would be helpful.
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