15:00:54 <pwhalen> #startmeeting Fedora ARM and AArch64 Status Meeting
15:00:54 <zodbot> Meeting started Tue Oct 30 15:00:54 2018 UTC.
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15:00:55 <pwhalen> #chair pwhalen pbrobinson
15:00:55 <zodbot> Current chairs: pbrobinson pwhalen
15:00:55 <pwhalen> #topic roll call
15:01:06 <pwhalen> good morning folks, who's here today?
15:01:07 <jlinton> Morning
15:01:13 <pwhalen> howdy jlinton
15:02:02 * pwhalen gives it a couple minutes for others to join
15:05:53 <pwhalen> #topic 0) ==== Fedora 29 released today! ====
15:05:53 <pwhalen> #link https://fedoramagazine.org/announcing-fedora-29/
15:05:53 <pwhalen> #link https://getfedora.org/
15:06:43 <pwhalen> yay! anything about the F29 release?
15:07:00 <jlinton> Its working great!
15:07:02 * msalter waves
15:07:04 <pwhalen> I dont see a retrospective page yet, but definitely have some things to add
15:07:18 <pwhalen> jlinton, glad to hear.. there are some rough edges for sure
15:07:40 <pwhalen> howdy msalter :)
15:07:53 <jlinton> Yes, but its each release has been getting more usable.
15:09:32 <pwhalen> If anyone hits any issues specific to arm/aarch64 it would be great to add them to common bugs - https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Common_F29_bugs
15:09:54 <pwhalen> I need to add a note about armv7 virt
15:10:21 <pwhalen> Anything else to mention for f29?
15:11:28 <pwhalen> #topic 1) ==== Userspace Status  ====
15:11:52 <pwhalen> I dont think we have anything to discuss here.. any issues?
15:12:52 <pwhalen> #info No reported issues.
15:13:46 <pwhalen> #topic 2) ==== Kernel Status ====
15:13:57 <pwhalen> #info kernel-4.19.0-1.fc30
15:13:57 <pwhalen> #link https://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=1155120
15:14:32 <pwhalen> #info 4.19 headed to F29 in early November
15:14:38 <jlinton> We need to get the kernel signed.
15:15:12 <jlinton> As I understand it there is an infrastructure problem keeping that from happening.
15:15:36 <pwhalen> jlinton, is someone looking into that?
15:15:47 <jlinton> Yes, I think Peter opened a ticket about it
15:16:18 <jlinton> I posted a patch to enable it in the .spec, but it needs to be signed with something other than the test cert.
15:16:56 <pwhalen> ok, will make note of it and discuss with him to see where its at
15:18:21 <pwhalen> 4.19 looks good in my testing. a previously reported issue with kernel-lpae on armv7 is fixed
15:18:41 <pwhalen> any other kernel news?
15:19:15 <pwhalen> #info Please test and report any issues to the list or #fedora-arm.
15:19:29 <pwhalen> #topic 3) ==== Bootloader Status ====
15:19:40 <pwhalen> not aware of any issues
15:20:24 <pwhalen> looks like pbrobinson is trying to build the latest uboot but the first attempt failed..
15:20:36 <pwhalen> so expect that shortly in F30
15:20:56 <pwhalen> #info No issues.
15:21:41 <pwhalen> #topic 4) ==== Fedora 30 Planning ====
15:22:42 <pwhalen> #info Fedora 30 Schedule - https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/30/Schedule
15:22:51 <pwhalen> Does anyone have anything planned in f30?
15:23:19 <pwhalen> #info F30 Changes - https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/30/ChangeSet
15:23:33 <jlinton> There are various kernel features, which should be making their way in, nested virt and 52-bit come to mind
15:23:59 <jlinton> but that should come via upstream, we might have to flip a couple config flags
15:24:56 <jlinton> Getting shim signed, and the secure boot signatures in place would be helpful too
15:24:57 <pwhalen> right, nested virt will be handy
15:26:25 <pwhalen> lets follow up on some of that next week when we have more in attendance.
15:26:31 <pwhalen> #topic 5)  == Open Floor ==
15:26:42 <pwhalen> anything else for this week?
15:27:02 <jlinton> As I mentioned on #fedora, I pushed a couple patches for secure boot in virt
15:27:19 <jlinton> They are in a holding pattern due to the kernel signing issue
15:27:40 <jlinton> But if someone wants to play with secure boot in a guest, they can build the edk2 package and the kernel
15:28:05 <jlinton> https://src.fedoraproject.org/fork/jlinton/rpms/edk2/c/fa42e3a3723ecb46ab908e858807b1af01cbb047?branch=master
15:28:07 <jlinton> and
15:28:26 <jlinton> https://github.com/jlinton/qemu-ovmf-secureboot/commit/2e2be2ba45758e4f41513d99e2e6cb30e6079586
15:28:28 <pwhalen> I saw you mention it in channel, made note of it so play around with when I had some time
15:29:03 <pwhalen> thanks
15:32:32 <pwhalen> #endmeeting