Activity log for bug #1755456

Date Who What changed Old value New value Message
2018-03-13 11:06:41 Sebastien Bacher bug added bug
2018-03-28 06:46:58 Didier Roche bug added subscriber Ubuntu Release Team
2018-03-28 07:54:17 Didier Roche bug task added ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu)
2018-03-28 08:12:43 Łukasz Zemczak ubiquity (Ubuntu): status New Triaged
2018-03-28 08:12:46 Łukasz Zemczak ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu): status New Triaged
2018-03-29 19:27:25 Launchpad Janitor ubiquity (Ubuntu): status Triaged Fix Released
2018-04-02 19:31:11 Brian Murray bug added subscriber Brian Murray
2018-04-05 20:58:13 Robert Ancell bug task added gnome-initial-setup (Ubuntu)
2018-04-06 09:32:53 Iain Lane gnome-initial-setup (Ubuntu): status New Triaged
2018-04-06 14:20:07 Launchpad Janitor gnome-initial-setup (Ubuntu): status Triaged Fix Released
2018-04-17 08:41:46 Didier Roche bug task added ubuntu-meta (Ubuntu)
2018-04-17 09:17:01 Didier Roche ubuntu-meta (Ubuntu): status New Triaged
2018-04-18 16:59:51 Launchpad Janitor ubuntu-meta (Ubuntu): status Triaged Fix Released
2018-05-04 13:54:24 Didier Roche branch linked lp:~didrocks/ubuntu-release-upgrader/add_telemetry
2018-05-29 12:55:30 Didier Roche description The topic has been discussed on the ubuntu-devel@ list, see https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel/2018-February/040139.html The feature has different parts - the installer is going to record some informations about the installation details & options selected - the session is going to have a command line/GUI part that let user review&send those informations - the desktop settings should have a control to change the option later on [Rationale] We added telemetry data for people installing ubuntu from ubiquity. We didn't get the time to do the same on upgrade despite the FFe acking it. It was decided it was better to first polish the installation and report experience, and then, tackling the upgrade for .1, where most LTS users will migrate from. ubuntu-release-upgrade just drop a telemetry file (like ubiquity is dropping one) which is then picked up by ubuntu-report for user's review and approval before sending. Note that ubuntu-report is already aware of the upgrade telemetry and just ignores it when it's missing it (case of install of ugprade without this ubuntu-release-upgrade versinon) [Impact] * ubuntu-release-upgrade just drop a telemetry file (like ubiquity is dropping one) which is then picked up by ubuntu-report for user's review and approval before sending. * Note that ubuntu-report is already aware of the upgrade telemetry and just ignores it when it's missing it (case of install of ugprade without this ubuntu-release-upgrade versinon) * The ubuntu-release-upgrade only drops a file thus. The logic is really similar to the one included in ubiquity for 18.04. The telemetry class is similar. * The telemetry is reported by all existing UI. [Test Case] * Install ubuntu-release-upgrade on an artful machine * Run an upgrade from artful to bionic * Check that once the upgrade finished, there is a /var/log/ugprade/telemetry file present on disk. [Regression Potential] * The code is similar to ubiquity ones, and the impact is only dropping a file on disk. * Preliminary testing has been done on 17.04 -> 18.04 upgrade, in text mode, GTK3 and KDE frontends. --------------- The topic has been discussed on the ubuntu-devel@ list, see https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel/2018-February/040139.html The feature has different parts - the installer is going to record some informations about the installation details & options selected - the session is going to have a command line/GUI part that let user review&send those informations - the desktop settings should have a control to change the option later on
2018-05-29 12:55:55 Didier Roche nominated for series Ubuntu Bionic
2018-05-29 12:55:55 Didier Roche bug task added ubuntu-meta (Ubuntu Bionic)
2018-05-29 12:55:55 Didier Roche bug task added ubiquity (Ubuntu Bionic)
2018-05-29 12:55:55 Didier Roche bug task added ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu Bionic)
2018-05-29 12:55:55 Didier Roche bug task added gnome-initial-setup (Ubuntu Bionic)
2018-05-29 12:56:06 Didier Roche ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu Bionic): status New Triaged
2018-05-29 12:56:09 Didier Roche bug task deleted ubuntu-meta (Ubuntu Bionic)
2018-05-29 12:56:12 Didier Roche bug task deleted ubiquity (Ubuntu Bionic)
2018-05-29 12:56:14 Didier Roche bug task deleted gnome-initial-setup (Ubuntu Bionic)
2018-05-29 13:20:29 Didier Roche description [Rationale] We added telemetry data for people installing ubuntu from ubiquity. We didn't get the time to do the same on upgrade despite the FFe acking it. It was decided it was better to first polish the installation and report experience, and then, tackling the upgrade for .1, where most LTS users will migrate from. ubuntu-release-upgrade just drop a telemetry file (like ubiquity is dropping one) which is then picked up by ubuntu-report for user's review and approval before sending. Note that ubuntu-report is already aware of the upgrade telemetry and just ignores it when it's missing it (case of install of ugprade without this ubuntu-release-upgrade versinon) [Impact] * ubuntu-release-upgrade just drop a telemetry file (like ubiquity is dropping one) which is then picked up by ubuntu-report for user's review and approval before sending. * Note that ubuntu-report is already aware of the upgrade telemetry and just ignores it when it's missing it (case of install of ugprade without this ubuntu-release-upgrade versinon) * The ubuntu-release-upgrade only drops a file thus. The logic is really similar to the one included in ubiquity for 18.04. The telemetry class is similar. * The telemetry is reported by all existing UI. [Test Case] * Install ubuntu-release-upgrade on an artful machine * Run an upgrade from artful to bionic * Check that once the upgrade finished, there is a /var/log/ugprade/telemetry file present on disk. [Regression Potential] * The code is similar to ubiquity ones, and the impact is only dropping a file on disk. * Preliminary testing has been done on 17.04 -> 18.04 upgrade, in text mode, GTK3 and KDE frontends. --------------- The topic has been discussed on the ubuntu-devel@ list, see https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel/2018-February/040139.html The feature has different parts - the installer is going to record some informations about the installation details & options selected - the session is going to have a command line/GUI part that let user review&send those informations - the desktop settings should have a control to change the option later on [Rationale] We added telemetry data for people installing ubuntu from ubiquity. We didn't get the time to do the same on upgrade despite the FFe acking it. It was decided it was better to first polish the installation and report experience, and then, tackling the upgrade for .1, where most LTS users will migrate from. ubuntu-release-upgrade just drop a telemetry file (like ubiquity is dropping one) which is then picked up by ubuntu-report for user's review and approval before sending. Note that ubuntu-report is already aware of the upgrade telemetry and just ignores it when it's missing it (case of install of ugprade without this ubuntu-release-upgrade versinon) [Impact]  * ubuntu-release-upgrade just drop a telemetry file (like ubiquity is dropping one) which is then picked up by ubuntu-report for user's review and approval before sending.  * Note that ubuntu-report is already aware of the upgrade telemetry and just ignores it when it's missing it (case of install of ugprade without this ubuntu-release-upgrade versinon)  * The ubuntu-release-upgrade only drops a file thus. The logic is really similar to the one included in ubiquity for 18.04. The telemetry class is similar.  * The telemetry is reported by all existing UI. * What we send is: - From (distro we ugprade from) - Type of installer (GTK, KDE, non interactive, text…) - If third party ressources were used (but not the list of those external repos) - Original installation media - Stages of installation indexed by their relative time duration [Test Case]  * Install ubuntu-release-upgrade on an artful machine  * Run an upgrade from artful to bionic  * Check that once the upgrade finished, there is a /var/log/ugprade/telemetry file present on disk. [Regression Potential]  * The code is similar to ubiquity ones, and the impact is only dropping a file on disk.  * Preliminary testing has been done on 17.04 -> 18.04 upgrade, in text mode, GTK3 and KDE frontends. --------------- The topic has been discussed on the ubuntu-devel@ list, see https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel/2018-February/040139.html The feature has different parts - the installer is going to record some informations about the installation details & options selected - the session is going to have a command line/GUI part that let user review&send those informations - the desktop settings should have a control to change the option later on
2018-05-29 13:20:35 Didier Roche bug added subscriber Ubuntu SRU developers
2018-05-29 15:31:43 Launchpad Janitor ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu): status Triaged Fix Released
2018-05-31 19:50:43 Brian Murray ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu Bionic): status Triaged Fix Committed
2018-05-31 19:50:46 Brian Murray bug added subscriber Ubuntu Stable Release Updates Team
2018-05-31 19:50:48 Brian Murray bug added subscriber SRU Verification
2018-05-31 19:50:53 Brian Murray tags verification-needed verification-needed-bionic
2018-06-07 11:18:53 Didier Roche tags verification-needed verification-needed-bionic verification-done verification-done-bionic
2018-06-07 14:30:31 Łukasz Zemczak removed subscriber Ubuntu Stable Release Updates Team
2018-06-07 14:30:35 Launchpad Janitor ubuntu-release-upgrader (Ubuntu Bionic): status Fix Committed Fix Released