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Discuss project here 109 Forum

Highlights

Project Leader Nathan - Creator of Grafpup
XDG menus Rarsa
Styling Lior, Lobster, Tim Criger, Klh
Forum Host Teddog
Coding Barry, MU, PizzasGood, Dan, Kwiller

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WARNING
If you are migrating from another version of Puppy, back up your pup001 first - it may be incompatible with Puppy1.09CE and data loss may result. This comes from personal experience.

May 8 2006
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Puppy 109 community edition beta2 released

Meeting agenda 22April 2006
time: 2300 GMT on IRC
read full transcript here
* Developer report - Any comments from Barry, Nathan, Mu, Pizzasgood, Rarsa, Klh
* Bugs solved
* Rox report - which version?
* Which p2p?
* Keep Sylpeed - any other contenders?
* Add MU's background changer?
* Set up a new file repository for 109
* Feature freeze and release schedule
* Planning for a post Puppy2 community edition - Barry will be going walkabout around September with laptop input - might be a good time
http://dotpups.de/pics/puppy/puppy109.jpg

Development tree is being moved to puppylinux.net at some future date, right now it is at http://grafpup.com/puppydev/
This is what we can look forward to in Puppy1.09
from Puppy109MeetingApril14

An attempted summary of the "bugfix and tweak" enhancement requests from Forum users for 1.0.9 has been created based on the relevant Forum thread.

"If it works out then I'll copy 0rootfs_skeleton over to it and rename it to version 109,
and we can go ahead and start making any modifications we need to

Along with 0rootfs_skeleton we will probably be doing some work to the Xorg package in order to incorporate some of the work Barry has put into it (provided he shares). There's also still an outstanding bug with libxpm that can be fixed in that package too.

Heading up the list of priorities, though, is making some hard decisions as to what we really want to change and what is better left untouched. I think the best way to do so would be over irc, so how about some feedback as to when the best time would be to meet. My vote goes to this upcoming Saturday, around the same time of day as the last foundation meeting. That's Saturday the 15th at 6:00PM EST in the US. All would be welcome, and I don't think it would require a very long time to get some things ironed out.

If you have specific projects or changes that are ready to incorporate now we might have to sit on it for a day or two until the development repo is set up. Once it is I will be contacting certain people with login information. To manage changes I think we could maybe start a topic at Ted Dog's forum just for that purpose. Just post exactly what package has been altered and the nature of the change, time it was done, etc. to the thread and I can occasionally compile it into a working change log for the entire iso. It will be very important to keep track of what has been done with several people working simultaneously." Nathan

We can go ahead and start using Ted's forum for this discussion, since that's what he set it up for. I'll of course be checking on this forum also for pertinent info. The location of the new forum is http://www.forum.puppylinux.net/.

Anything I missed? I'll be around.

Barry is focusing on Puppy 2. He has agreed that we can create 1.0.9 as a community based Puppy.
As The Foundation tries to share the development allowing for Barry's announced semi-retirement we need to practice and develop our skills. I never want Puppy to be like Mandrivel/Persondrake/Mandrake (which I will never use from now on as a matter of principle) which ousted Gael Duval from his own distro. Shameful. I invited Gael to Puppy development but he is busy with Ulteo.
There is no Puppy without Barry. His position as 'benevolent dictator for life' is honed and enhanced by being 'cutting edge developer' for Puppy2 (alpha 5 within the week from April 9 2006)
PracticePuppy is offered as a way of thank you to Barry and to prove we can be trusted to keep and improve the Puppy ethos well into the future to whatever extent and direction he cares to suggest. No Puppy without Barry.

I suggest we release ISO's as often as possible
We must do all we can to get Developers onto broadband
Barry was meant to get it (possibly) any news on that?

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Comment by darkcity
2011-07-26 12:16:14
Its helpful if the tag CategoryMigratedToNewWiki is added on the old page. that way all the transfered pages can easily been seen ;- )
Comment by CrustyLobster
2011-07-27 03:03:46
sorry - thanks for letting me know :) will try to remember if moving any others . . .
Comment by darkcity
2011-07-27 13:20:41
Nice 1 ; -)
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