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newsletter [2019/05/03 15:47]
waltminer Posted May 3 newsletter
newsletter [2019/05/13 12:29] (current)
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 ====== Current Version of Weekly AGL Developer Newsletter ====== ====== Current Version of Weekly AGL Developer Newsletter ======
  
-==== May 3, 2019 ==== +==== May 10, 2019 ==== 
-I am packing up and getting ready to head to the Face-to-Face meeting in Spain that starts on Tuesday. ​ Welcome ​to issue number twenty-eight of the weekly AGL newsletter highlighting work going on around the AGL Community. You can also find the latest issue and back issues on our wiki page.  ​https://​wiki.automotivelinux.org/​newsletter  ​+Sorry I am a little late with it, but welcome ​to issue number twenty-nine of the weekly AGL newsletter highlighting work going on around the AGL Community.  ​The F2F meeting in A Coruna, Spain is a wrapWe had a very productive week with over thirty attendees
  
-Feedback and comments are welcome. ​  ​wminer@linuxfoundation.org+You can find the latest issue and back issues of the newsletter on our wiki page. https://​wiki.automotivelinux.org/​newsletter. ​Feedback and comments ​on the newsletter ​are welcome. ​  ​wminer@linuxfoundation.org
  
 Regards,\\ Regards,\\
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 ==== Highlights ==== ==== Highlights ====
  
-1) Last week was very slow with holidays in Japan and Europe. Not much news to report other than we are prepping ​the Grumpy Guppy 7.0.2 patch release+1) Check out the group picture taken during the F2F meeting in Spainhttps://​wiki.automotivelinux.org/​agl-distro/​may2019-f2f#​attendees
  
-2) We had a couple offers of help, but we are still looking ​for some more documentation site improvements  If you have expertise in HTLM5 and CSS and want to help, check out JIRA issues SPEC-2317SPEC-2318, and SPEC-2319Please contact me if you can help us out. We will be looking for more redesign ​of the overall look and feel of the site as well There is an Epic in Jira (SPEC-2330) with subtasks that cover the redesign+2) We held meetings and documented ideas and requirements ​for two important AGL topicsPlease review these and comment or help out. \\ 
 +a. Production readiness of AGLSee confluence at https://​confluence.automotivelinux.org/​x/​bICP \\ 
 +b. Long term support for AGL. We set a deadline ​of the June 6 SAT call to gather additional requirementshttps://​confluence.automotivelinux.org/x/X4CP
  
-3) The ​release of the hardware specification being written by the Reference Hardware System Architecture EG was delayed until next week. This should lead to a 2-DIN hardware prototype that can be purchased by AGL Members. ​A draft version of the spec can be found here for review and early comments. https://​wiki.automotivelinux.org/​_media/​eg-rhsa/​agl_referencehardwarespec_v0.2.0draft.pdf+3) The hardware specification being written by the Reference Hardware System Architecture EG was reviewed during the meeting in Spain. This should lead to a 2-DIN hardware prototype that can be purchased by AGL Members. ​The current ​version of the spec can be found here. https://​wiki.automotivelinux.org/​_media/​eg-rhsa/​agl_referencehardwarespec_v0.2.2.pdf   The next step is take this document and create an RFQ that can be responded to by possible hardware designers. I will work to get the first draft of the RFQ ready for the next SAT call (June 6). 
  
-4) The ​detailed ​agenda was posted ​for the F2F meeting on May 7 – 9 at Igalia’s office in Coruna, SpainWe will have a video conference open in each room and will still hold all of the regularly scheduled EG meetings from Spain. A lot of important topics are on the agenda. https://wiki.automotivelinux.org/agl-distro/may2019-f2f+4) The agenda ​for Automotive Linux Summit ​was posted. ​ALS will be held July 17 – 19 in Tokyo. https://events.linuxfoundation.org/events/automotive-linux-summit-2019/​program/​schedule/​
  
- +5) When you make your travel plans to attend Automotive Linux Summit, remember that we will hold a Face-to-Face SAT and Expert Group meeting on July 16 the day before ALS begins. Sign up at https://​wiki.automotivelinux.org/​agl-distro/​jul2019-f2f
-5) The agenda for Automotive Linux Summit was posted. ALS will be held July 17 – 19 in Tokyo. https://​events.linuxfoundation.org/​events/​automotive-linux-summit-2019/​program/​schedule/​ +
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-6) When you make your travel plans to attend Automotive Linux Summit, remember that we will hold a Face-to-Face SAT and Expert Group meeting on July 16 the day before ALS begins. Sign up at https://​wiki.automotivelinux.org/​agl-distro/​jul2019-f2f +
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-7) The deadline for submitting patches to master for the Happy Halibut RC1 is May 3 for a planned May 10 release. ​ I expect there will be short delay in the RC1 due to the F2F meeting. ​+
  
  
 ==== This week’s meetings:​==== ==== This week’s meetings:​====
 === Monday === === Monday ===
-14:00 UTC – [[:​eg-v2c#​meetings|Vehicle to Cloud Expert Group]]+None
  
 === Tuesday === === Tuesday ===
-12:00 pm UTC – Joint meeting of [[eg-ic:meetings|Instrument Cluster]] ​and [[eg-requirements-specification:​meetings|System Spec Expert ​Groups]] + 
 +12:00 pm UTC – [[eg-ciat:meetings|Continuous Integration ​and Automated Test Expert ​Group]] 
  
 13:00 UTC - [[:​dev-call-info|Weekly developer call]]\\ 13:00 UTC - [[:​dev-call-info|Weekly developer call]]\\
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 === Wednesday === === Wednesday ===
-13:00 UTC - [[eg-app-fw:meetings|App Framework and Security ​Expert Group]]+13:00 UTC - [[:eg-speech#​meetings|Speech Expert Group]] 
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 +14:00 UTC [[:eg-virt#meetings|Virtualization ​Expert Group]]
  
  
 ===Thursday=== ===Thursday===
-13:00 UTC - [[:agl-sat-meetings|System Architecture Team]] +13:00 UTC - [[eg-connectivity:meetings|Connectivity Expert Group]]
  
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