Just a heads up that in general, Mac coverage may be spotty over the next couple of days. We’re finally getting around to bug 327092, the infamous “Upgrade all the Macs so they can build universal binary builds”-bug. atlantia and columbia will be the first two to get the OS, software, and hardware—all new Mac Read More
I’ve starting taking some time to go through the open firstname.lastname@example.org list. The goal is to make the list reflect reality because, as most of you know, a list with over 100 bugs on it, all assigned to the same “person” is.. well… basically meaningless. There’s more work to do, but I got the list Read More
With a couple of known exceptions that I’ll work through tomorrow, all of the tinderboxen hardware has been successfully moved, migrated, and brought up in the new colo. I’ve opened the tree as of about twenty minutes ago. I fully expect to have missed some details myself on the bringup, so there may be a Read More
You heard it here first: the reason net-neutrality is a bad idea, and will never work… is because—are you listening, now?—”[The Internet is] a series of tubes!” That’s right folks. Tubes. “It’s not a big truck.” I’m so comforted by the fact that we have informed people like Ted Stevens making policy decisions.
Just a heads up: on the Tinderboxen pages, you may see the build names starting to change from “Release” to “Nightly, a la names like “WINNT 5.0 patrocles Dep Tb-Release” to names like “MacOSX Darwin 8.7.0 bm-xserve02 Dep Fx-Nightly.” The reason for this change is to clear up confusion between the tinderboxen that produce nightly Read More