Here’s what happened in the Reproducible Builds effort between Sunday April 8 and Saturday April 14 2018:
Ricardo Wurmus announced that his paper titled “Reproducible genomics analysis pipelines with GNU Guix” has entered the pre-print/preview stage.
Debian bug #894441 (related to packages violating multi-arch specs due to
SOURCE_DATE_EPOCH) was originally filed against
dpkg-dev. However, it was reassigned this week to the
buildd.debian.organd finally retitled to “binNMUs should be replaced by easy no change except
Chris Lamb updated the documentation for
disorderfs(our FUSE-based filesystem that deliberately introduces non-determinism into filesystem metadata) adding an example on how to properly unmount to the manual page.
40 package reviews were added, 39 have been updated and 31 have been removed in this week, adding to our knowledge about identified issues. In addition, two issue types were added by Chris Lamb (build_path_in_mip_files_generated_by_irafcl and nondeterminism_in_autolex_bin).
Holger Levsen announced a further call for votes to decide on a logo for the project which closed on Sunday 15th April (results pending). For more background information, please see the previous meeting’s minutes), the proposals and the original proof-of-concept artwork.
- Bernhard M. Wiedemann:
- Chris Lamb:
In addition, 38 build failure bugs were reported by Adrian Bunk.
Version 0.041-1 was uploaded to unstable by Chris Lamb:
- Chris Lamb:
- Evgueni Souleimanov:
Mattia Rizzolo made a large number of changes to our Jenkins-based testing framework, including:
sshd(8)listens on ports reachable from the outer internet.
- Fix check for “not for us” (NFU) packages when looking at
- Fix a bug that caused
reproducible_maintenance_amd64_jenkinsjob to not be created.
- Duplicate the
sshd_config(5)file for the
armhfnodes as they need local tweaks.
- Install the
jessiekernel on the
i386nodes running the 32-bit kernel to workaround #875990 & #876035.
- Re-enable jobs on a particular ARM board.
- Move the repository from Alioth to salsa.debian.org.
This week’s edition was written by Bernhard M. Wiedemann, Chris Lamb and Holger Levsen & reviewed by a bunch of Reproducible Builds folks on IRC & the mailing lists.