Hey, all. So, although the Fedora 15 final release has been signed off
on, we gave ourselves a bit of wiggle room. The current Sugar
implementation is known to have some significant issues, the major one
of which is that networking is badly broken. We are aiming to try and
fix these and do the Sugar-on-a-stick live spin late, incorporating
these fixes, as they do not need to touch any of the other live images
or the DVD.
The problem with networking is the NetworkManager 0.9 API change; it
caught Sugar, both upstream and within Fedora, a bit off guard. When the
change was discussed by FESCo the needs of KDE and anaconda were
considered and a plan developed, but no-one caught that the same problem
affected Sugar: Sugar has its own interface to NetworkManager, and that
needs to be either ported to 0.9, or adjusted to use the fallback 0.8ish
API that was implemented for knetworkmanager to use.
Unfortunately, our go-to Sugar guy, Peter Robinson, is struggling with
doing this as it's not really in his wheelhouse, and our upstream
contact at Sugar is busy with travel and Sugar release problems, so
getting this done has not been smooth sailing so far. Peter would be
very grateful of any help anyone could offer with the porting effort (to
either the 0.9 or 0.8-ish interface within current NetworkManager; we
don't care which, we just want typical Sugar networking to work.
We'd like to get this done so we can still spin up a Sugar live image
and push it out for release day, which is May 24, but in any case, the
sooner the better. If you'd like to help with this, please contact
Peter, myself, or Jared Smith via email or IRC, or just reply to this
mail. Peter's IRC nick is pbrobinson, mine is adamw, and Jared's is
jsmith. Thanks a lot!
Fedora QA Community Monkey
IRC: adamw | Fedora Talk: adamwill AT fedoraproject DOT org
Hey all, Currently docutils is unable to update in Fedora 15 because of bugs
in the python3 compatibility. Is there anyone who cares about python3 here
who is willing to take a look at fixing it? Otherwise, we're stuck on the
current version of docutils (for both python2 and python3) and the python3
package will be non-functional.
Hi~ all guys,
I have a strange question, what's the difference of "exec" and "import"?
IMO, when we use "import", the script is also be executed, (maybe its
namespace is owned by itself), and "exec" does something like this, it
executes some script. So i think its difference is its namespace.
I want to get your hint~
thanks a lot