Philip Hands

Accepted Talks:

An opportunity to meet the members of the Debian Technical Committee who are in attendance at Debconf, hear the status of open issues, and discuss pending and future issues with the committee.


... or how to stop worrying and have fun hacking on d-i without needing to be scared about breaking everything

The objective here is to let people push to feature branches and find out later how much damage they would have done had they put that into d-i. The hope being that the answer will often be "None"

This should encourage people to do more work on d-i. The talk will also serve to demonstrate the use of Cucumber and Jenkins that we have for running the tests.