Ubuntu Stable Release Updates (SRU) are a notoriously complex process that involves many steps. If something is just not right, the update can be delayed or even rejected.
This talk will show the reasoning behind all these requirements, what are the most common issues that delay or reject an update, and what a mythical Perfect SRU would look like.
Session author's bio
Andreas has been working at Canonical since 2008, and is part of the Ubuntu Server team. About a year ago he joined the SRU team and has since been presented with "the other side" of doing SRUs.
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