On our last day we met like every day before, working on our packages, fixing
and uploading them. The transitions went on. Antonio, Utkarsh, Lucas, Deivid,
and Cédric took some time to examine the
gem2deb bug reports. We uploaded the
last missing Kali Ruby package. And we had our last discussion, covering the
future of the team and an evaluation of the sprint:
As a result:
- We will examine ways to find leaf packages.
- We plan to organize another sprint next year right before the release freeze, probably again about FOSDEM time. We tend to have it in Berlin but will explore the locations available and the costs.
- We will have monthly IRC meetings.
We think the sprint was a success. Some stuff got (intentionally and less intentionally) broken on the way. And also a lot of stuff got fixed. Eventually we made our step towards a successful Ruby 2.7 transition.
So we want to thank
- the Debian project and our DPL Sam for sponsoring the event,
- Offensive Security for sponsoring the event too,
- Sorbonne Université and LPSM for hosting us,
- Cédric Boutillier for organizing the sprint and kindly hosting us,
- and really everyone who attended, making this a success: Antonio, Abhijith, Georg, Utkarsh, Balu, Praveen, Sruthi, Marc, Lucas, Cédric, Sebastien, Deivid, Daniel.
In the evening we finally closed the venue which hosted us for 5 days, cleaned up, and went for a last beer together (at least for now). Some of us will stay in Paris a few days longer and finally get to see the city.
Goodbye Paris and save travels to everyone. It was a pleasure.