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From: Ulrich Plate <plate@g.o>
Subject: Gentoo Weekly Newsletter 30 May 2005
Date: Mon, 30 May 2005 02:52:42 +0200
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Gentoo Weekly Newsletter
http://www.gentoo.org/news/en/gwn/current.xml
This is the Gentoo Weekly Newsletter for the week of 30 May 2005.
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==============
1. Gentoo News
==============
  
Hardware donation at OSU
------------------------
  
Thanks to Gentoo AMD64 archtester[1] Chris Parrot, a developer at AMD[2]'s 
Austin plant, the Open Source Laboratory of Oregon State University 
received a surprise package this month. What was originally announced as a 
forthcoming donation of one disused AMD64 architecture PC turned out to be 
three dual-CPU motherboards complete with six CPUs and 3GB worth of 
registered DDR RAM. 

 1. http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/base/amd64/tests/index.xml?part=1&chap=1
 2. http://www.amd.com
 
Figure 1.1: Fresh out of the box: donated AMD64 motherboards
http://www.gentoo.org/images/gwn/20050530_amd64.jpg
 
One machine goes to the Gentoo release engineering team and will be used 
for the production of future releases, including LiveCDs, stages and more. 
The other two are to be used as a general development platform for the 
Gentoo/AMD64 team and will be made accessible to both Gentoo and outside 
developers upon request. Thanks a lot to Chris Parrott and AMD for this 
generous donation!
    
Documentation status update
---------------------------
  
A fun game to play for aspiring Gentoo documentation authors: If you'd 
like to try out your abilities in writing good clean XML code for the 
Gentoo documentation, why not go over the "magnificently ugly" disfigured 
document[3] prepared by the documentation team as part of a quiz? If you 
can fix that one, continue reading the updated policy[4] for becoming a 
member of the documentation task force, and help them do some more of the 
things they do: Some of last month's highlights of which include the KDE 
configuration guide[5] that is catching up with several applications in 
the split ebuilds of KDE above 3.4, updates to the Gentoolkit[6] and 
Portage introduction[7] guides that have been made over to reflect changes 
and additions, and many more new bits and pieces making the Gentoo 
documentation even better than it is. See the complete status update for 
the past month at the documentation status page[8]. 

 3. http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/gdp/doc/fix-me.xml.txt?passthru=1
 4. http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/gdp/doc/doc-policy.xml
 5. http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/kde-config.xml
 6. http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/gentoolkit.xml
 7. http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/handbook/handbook-x86.xml?part=2&chap=1
 8. http://www.gentoo.org/proj/en/gdp/status/status_20050529.xml
    
========================
2. Developer of the week
========================
  
"Gentoo -- Damien Krotkine
--------------------------
  
Figure 2.1: Damien Krotkine aka dams
http://www.gentoo.org/images/gwn/20050530_dams.jpg
 
Damien Krotkine[9] or dams is officially one of the PPC monkeys, 
maintaining a few ebuilds of programs he uses, but he actually spends most 
of his Gentoo-time on coding configuration tools and related stuff. He 
used to be the lead of the - currently dormant - Gentoo Desktop Research 
Project. Outside of Gentoo he has designed the official logo of the 
PLF[10] (Penguin Liberation Front) and has done some perl hacking in his 
time, including crazy things like trying to use Mozilla's internal objects 
from perl with perl-XPCOM. Since he is a rather quiet and modest 
character, he isn't especially proud of his work, but the combination of 
Perl and gtk in his hands can do some really neat tricks. 

 9. dams@g.o
 10. http://plf.zarb.org/
 
He went to school in different places like Frankfurt and Paris, even 
studied Computer Science, although his opinion of school seems rather low. 
His real life work is not as much about Gentoo as one could wish for, but 
developing software based on Mozilla and an OSS search engine at a French 
company is quite acceptable as a line of work. 
 
He recently reduced the number of computers at home, but it remains an 
impressive collection, including an Athlon, a PegasosPPC and an iBook. His 
predilection for perl and emacs makes him lose most flame war battles, but 
he's good at avoiding those, too. Other applications he likes are screen, 
zsh and Firefox which are almost always within reach on one or all of his 
computers. icewm and enlightenment are his window managers of choice, his 
mail client is currently Thunderbird instead of gnus - dams enjoys using 
the right tool for the right job. 
 
Since he is a really cool cat, he does snowboarding, rollerskating and 
climbing. He used to be "famous TM of the Sporks Of Chaos official team, 
hey that's actually something I'm proud of", and when he doesn't work or 
code, he tries to be at OSS events. Living in Paris (which makes him very 
French), he enjoys reinforcing stereotypes by being a slick seductive 
Frenchman - but hasn't met the right girl to get married yet. 
    
=========================
3. Heard in the community
=========================
  
gentoo-dev
----------
  
keeping ebuilds fresh
 
As time goes by some ebuilds are not maintained as well as one could wish. 
In this thread many ideas were thrown around how to give users the 
possibility to help with testing and maintaining new versions of programs 
in the portage tree. 
 
 * keeping ebuilds fresh [11] 
 11. http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.gentoo.devel/28240

 
Bashrc mini HOWTO
 
Chris White[12] has written a nice mini-howto on the use of a bashrc file 
with portage - if you don't know what this means, this howto might not yet 
be for you, but in short it shows the awesome power of the newest portage 
cvs versions. 

 12. chriswhite@g.o
 
 * Bashrc mini HOWTO [13] 
 13. http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.gentoo.devel/28299

 
baselayout request for testers
 
Mike Frysinger[14] asks for some testing on the new baselayout 1.11.12-r2, 
a new and hopefully much better version of the baselayout scipts. Since 
many things have changed and some things have been modularized there might 
be some breakage - so if you don't mind potentially wrecking your system 
and want to help, read Mike's announcement and have fun with it. 

 14. vapier@g.o
 
 * baselayout request for testers [15] 
 15. http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.gentoo.devel/28317

    
=======================
4. Gentoo International
=======================
  
Canada: Ottawa Linux Symposium
------------------------------
  
The Ottawa Linux Symposium[16] (OLS) will be held from 20 to 23 July 2005. 
Gentoo PPC64 developer Omkhar Arasaratnam[17] is going, if you would like 
to join a meet-up of Gentoo users and developers in Ottawa on this 
occasion, please contact him directly. 

 16. http://www.linuxsymposium.org
 17. omkhar@g.o
    
Japan: Open Source Party with GentooJP
--------------------------------------
  
About 50 Japanese Gentoo developers and power users will meet on 3 June at 
an Open Source Party marking the occasion of the Linuxworld in Tokyo. 
Starting at 19:00 hours, it will be held at the Ginza franchise of a 
T.G.I. Friday's. GentooJP[18] founder Masatomo Nakano, on a visit from 
London, is said to attend the meeting, too. No need to report back to the 
GentooJP mailing list to announce your intentions to come, simply sign up 
in advance at the reservation page[19]. 

 18. http://www.gentoo.gr.jp
 19. http://utage.org/enkai/menu.cgi?ENKAI_CODE=osp2005
    
======================
5. Gentoo in the press
======================
  
LinuxUser (May/June 2005)
-------------------------
  
The German magazine LinuxUser recently published a "Gentoo-Mini-Series". 
The first part was about the proper installation of a Gentoo system: 
"Gentoo Linux provides a made-to-measure product: The clever distribution 
can be perfectly customized to the user's requirements." Within the second 
and last part, published in their current issue, the system maintenance 
using Portage is concerned. An English version is expected to be released 
in the UK/US-edition of the LinuxMagazine in about two months. As a first 
success of the Gentoo articles published by LinuxUser, its editor in chief 
got infected with the "Gentoo virus" and could no longer resist the sweet 
temptation: He installed Gentoo Linux himself.
    
The Triangle (20 May 2005)
--------------------------
  
In an article titled Debate pits open source Linux against Microsoft[20], 
the student newspaper of Drexel university, reports from an event 
organized by Drexel's Math and Computer Science Society[21]. Towards the 
end of a thorough account of the debate between a Microsoft academic 
relations manager and a member of the local Linux user group. Gentoo is 
mentioned as an example for 64-bit computing as it should be, with not 
just the kernel, but also applications compiled for this architecture. 

 20. 
http://www.thetriangle.org/media/paper689/news/2005/05/20/SciTech/Debate.Pits.Open.Source.Linux.Against.Microsoft-953266.shtml?page=1
 21. http://society.cs.drexel.edu/
    
=================
6. Coding Session
=================
  
Preface
-------
  
A short presentation of dams' configuration tools: (code indentation might 
be broken. In case of questions ask dams[22]) 

 22. dams@g.o
    
Libconf
-------
  
Note:  website: http://libconf.net what is it: it allows you to read/write 
easily config tools 
 
OK let's say you want to edit your gdm configuration, and set the 
autologin user. Let's see if libconf provides something for that. Launch 
simply on a console:
 
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Code Listing 6.1:                                                       |
|launch                                                                   |
libconf--------------------------------------------------------------------
-----
|                                                                         |
|libconf                                                                  |
|                                                                         |
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
Figure 6.1: libconf command line
http://www.gentoo.org/images/gwn/sc_libconf1.png
 
Now let's call the built-in help:
 
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Code Listing 6.2:                                                       |
|libconf                                                                  |
help-----------------------------------------------------------------------
--
|                                                                         |
|help                                                                     |
|                                                                         |
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
as suggested, you'll see the 'list_templates' command. Type
 
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Code Listing 6.3:                                                       |
|list_templates------------------------------------------------------------|
-------------
|                                                                         |
|list_templates                                                           |
|                                                                         |
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
Figure 6.2: list of available high level templates
http://www.gentoo.org/images/gwn/sc_libconf2.png
 
Generic/Shell is the one the most used, but there are some others. As you 
can see, there is a 'X/Gdm' template. Now let's see what options it offers:
 
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Code Listing 6.4:                                                       |
|options for                                                              |
X/Gdm----------------------------------------------------------------------
---
|                                                                         |
|list_template_options X/Gdm                                              |
|                                                                         |
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
Figure 6.3: X/Gdm options
http://www.gentoo.org/images/gwn/sc_libconf3.png
 
You can see it asks you to launch man Libconf::Glueconf::X::Gdm. If you do 
that it'll tell you there is no such documentation, that because it's not 
yet written. Too bad, huh? Nevermind, you'll see it's easy enough.
 
Now let's do a bit perl:
 
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Code Listing 6.5:                                                       |
|gdm_autologin.pl----------------------------------------------------------|
---------------
|                                                                         |
|#!/usr/bin/perl                                                          |
|# first of all, include the libconf template module                      |
|use Libconf::Glueconf::X::Gdm;                                           |
|# then use the template                                                  |
|my $gdm_conf = Libconf::Glueconf::X::Gdm->new({ filename =>              |
|'/etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf' });                                              |
|# now we would like to see what the structure looks like                 |
|use Data::Dumper;                                                        |
|print Dumper($gdm_conf) . "\n";                                          |
|# that will print the content of the structure                           |
|                                                                         |
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
write this in a file called gdm_autologin.pl, set it executable and 
launched it:
 
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Code Listing 6.6:                                                       |
|launch                                                                   |
gdm_autologin.pl-----------------------------------------------------------
--------------
|                                                                         |
|./gdm_autologin.pl                                                       |
|                                                                         |
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
Figure 6.4: dumped structure with gdm_autologin.pl
http://www.gentoo.org/images/gwn/sc_libconf4.png
 
It's easy to understand how it is structured. Now what we want, is take a 
username in argument, and set it to the autologin. That is done with:
 
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Code Listing 6.7:                                                       |
|take username in argument and set it to the                              |
autologin------------------------------------------------------------------
-------
|                                                                         |
|$gdm_con->{daemon}{AutomaticLogin} = $user;                              |
|                                                                         |
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
Now here is the complete script:
 
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Code Listing 6.8:                                                       |
|complete script for                                                      |
autologin------------------------------------------------------------------
-------
|                                                                         |
|#!/usr/bin/perl                                                          |
|# first of all, include the libconf template module                      |
|use Libconf::Glueconf::X::Gdm;                                           |
|# get the first argument                                                 |
|my $user = $ARGV[0] or die 'please give me one parameter';               |
|# use the template                                                       |
|my $gdm_conf = Libconf::Glueconf::X::Gdm->new({ filename =>              |
|'/etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf' });                                              |
|# change the autologin field                                             |
|$gdm_conf->{daemon}{AutomaticLogin} = $user;                             |
|# then write the structure back to the file                              |
|$gdm_conf->write_conf();                                                 |
|                                                                         |
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
And it'll do the job. You can see that libconf has indented the file, 
which is easier to read. But if you don't want that, simply add the 
following line before writing the file:
 
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Code Listing 6.9:                                                       |
|don't let libconf intend the                                             |
file-----------------------------------------------------------------------
--
|                                                                         |
|$Libconf::Templates::Indentspaces = '';                                  |
|                                                                         |
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
Note:  more doc (sorry it's not complete): 
http://libconf.net/documentation/html/Libconf.html 
    
Gtk2Fu
------
  
Note:  website: http://libconf.net/gtk2-fu/ what is it: it's a layer on 
top of perl-gtk2, that make it simplier and better. 
 
gtk2fu is actually simple: it provides more power and easiness. There is 
also full documentation[23] available.

 23. http://search.cpan.org/~dams/Gtk2Fu-0.07/Gtk2Fu.pm
 
Now, if you have read the documentation, you should be able to create some 
simple stuff. Here is a small application that is fully functional, and 
display a GUI to edit the Automatic Login facility of gdm, based of what 
we previously did with libconf:
 
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
| Code Listing 6.1:                                                       |
|GUI for Automatic Login facility of gdm based on                         |
libconf--------------------------------------------------------------------
-----
|                                                                         |
|#!/usr/bin/perl                                                          |
|                                                                         |
|# first of all, include the libconf template module                      |
|use Libconf::Glueconf::X::Gdm;                                           |
|my $gdm_conf = Libconf::Glueconf::X::Gdm->new({ filename =>              |
|'/etc/X11/gdm/gdm.conf' });                                              |
|$Libconf::Templates::Indentspaces = '';                                  |
|                                                                         |
|# include Gtk2Fu                                                         |
|use Gtk2Fu qw(:all);                                                     |
|# initialize Gtk2;                                                       |
|Gtk2->init;                                                              |
|                                                                         |
|# create the window                                                      |
|my $main_window = create_window();                                       |
|my $entry;                                                               |
|# create the menubar                                                     |
|my ($menubar, $item_factory) = $main_window->create_full_menubar(        |
|   [                                                                     |
|     [ '/_File', undef, undef , 0, '<Branch>' ],                         |
|     [ '/File/_Save', '<control>S', sub { $gdm_conf->write_conf();       |
|Gtk2->main_quit }, 0, '<StockItem>', 'gtk-save' ],                       |
|     [ '/File/_Quit', '<control>Q', sub { Gtk2->main_quit }, 0,          |
|'<StockItem>', 'gtk-quit' ],                                             |
|   ]                                                                     |
|   );                                                                    |
|# create the widgets, handlers, and actions                              |
|$main_window->signal_connect_(destroy => sub { Gtk2->main_quit } )       |
|  ->add_(Gtk2::VBox->new(0,0)                                            |
|         ->gtkpack_(0, $menubar,                                         |
|                    1, Gtk2::VBox->new(0, 0)                             |
|                       ->gtkpack_(1, Gtk2::HBox->new(0, 0)               |
|                                     ->gtkpack_(0, 'Gdm AutomaticLogin', |
|                                                1, $entry =              |
|Gtk2::Entry->new()                                                       |
|                                                                         |
|- ->set_text_($gdm_conf->{daemon}{AutomaticLogin})                       |
|                                                                         |
|- ->signal_connect_(changed => sub {                                     |
|                                                                         |
|$gdm_conf->{daemon}{AutomaticLogin} = $entry->get_text();                |
|                                                                     } ) |
|                                               )                         |
|                                  )                                      |
|                      ->set_border_width_(5),                            |
|                    0, Gtk2::HSeparator->new(),                          |
|                    0, Gtk2::HButtonBox->new()                           |
|                       ->set_spacing_default_(10)                        |
|                       ->set_layout_('end')                              |
|                                                                         |
|- ->gtkpack(Gtk2::Button->new_from_stock('gtk-cancel')                   |
|                                 ->set_border_width_(5)                  |
|                                 ->signal_connect_(clicked => sub {      |
|Gtk2->main_quit; }),                                                     |
|                                 Gtk2::Button->new_from_stock('gtk-ok')  |
|                                 ->set_border_width_(5)                  |
|                                 ->signal_connect_(clicked => sub {      |
|$gdm_conf->write_conf(); Gtk2->main_quit; })                             |
|                                )                                        |
|                   )                                                     |
|        )                                                                |
|  ->show_all();                                                          |
|Gtk2->main;                                                              |
|                                                                         |
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
Save this in a test.pl, set it executable, and launch it, it'll display 
something like:
 
Figure 6.1: gtk2fu autologin test-window
http://www.gentoo.org/images/gwn/gtk2fu_gwn.png
 
The application is functional, if you run it as root and change the 
content of the entry and save, it'll work. I use the similar approach with 
perl-ncurses to build text mode GUIs.
 
That's it for today, this is just a presentation of what is possible with 
libconf+gtk2fu+ncurses. I hope it gives some of you some ideas/directions 
to look into. And if you are willing to join the configuration tool 
deployment force, contact me.
    
===========================
7. Moves, adds, and changes
===========================
  
Moves
-----
  
The following developers recently left the Gentoo team: 
 
 * None this week 
    
Adds
----
  
The following developers recently joined the Gentoo Linux team: 
 
 * None this week 
    
Changes
-------
  
The following developers recently changed roles within the Gentoo Linux 
project:
 
 * Mike Doty (kingtaco) - AMD64 strategic lead (replacing Jason Huebel) 
 * Simon Stelling (blubb) - AMD64 operational co-lead (with Danny van Dyk) 
 * David Holm (dholm) - PPC strategic lead 
 * Luca Barbato (lu_zero) - PPC operational lead 
 * Lars Weiler (pylon) - PPC release engineering (formerly assigned to the 
post of tactical lead) 
 * Markus Rothe (corsair) - PPC64 Security 
 * Daniel Ostrow (dostrow) - PPC profile maintainer 
 * Joseph Jezak (josejx) - PPC documentation lead 
    
==================
8. Gentoo security
==================
  
Qpopper: Multiple Vulnerabilities
---------------------------------
  
Qpopper contains two vulnerabilities allowing an attacker to overwrite 
arbitrary files and create files with insecure permissions. 
 
For more information, please see the GLSA Announcement[24] 

 24. http://www.gentoo.org/security/en/glsa/glsa-200505-17.xml
    
Net-SNMP: fixproc insecure temporary file creation
--------------------------------------------------
  
Net-SNMP creates temporary files in an insecure manner, possibly allowing 
the execution of arbitrary code. 
 
For more information, please see the GLSA Announcement[25] 

 25. http://www.gentoo.org/security/en/glsa/glsa-200505-18.xml
    
gxine: Format string vulnerability
----------------------------------
  
A format string vulnerability in gxine could allow a remote attacker to 
execute arbitrary code. 
 
For more information, please see the GLSA Announcement[26] 

 26. http://www.gentoo.org/security/en/glsa/glsa-200505-19.xml
    
Mailutils: Multiple vulnerabilities in imap4d and mail
------------------------------------------------------
  
The imap4d server and the mail utility from GNU Mailutils contain multiple 
vulnerabilities, potentially allowing a remote attacker to execute 
arbitrary code with root privileges. 
 
For more information, please see the GLSA Announcement[27] 

 27. http://www.gentoo.org/security/en/glsa/glsa-200505-20.xml
    
===========
9. Bugzilla
===========
  
Summary
-------
  
 * Statistics 
 * Closed bug ranking 
 * New bug rankings 
    
Statistics
----------
  
The Gentoo community uses Bugzilla (bugs.gentoo.org[28]) to record and 
track bugs, notifications, suggestions and other interactions with the 
development team. Between 22 May 2005 and 29 May 2005, activity on the 
site has resulted in: 

 28. http://bugs.gentoo.org
 
 * 835 new bugs during this period 
 * 474 bugs closed or resolved during this period 
 * 35 previously closed bugs were reopened this period 
 
Of the 8480 currently open bugs: 85 are labeled 'blocker', 217 are labeled 
'critical', and 615 are labeled 'major'. 
    
Closed bug rankings
-------------------
  
The developers and teams who have closed the most bugs during this period 
are: 
 
 * AMD64 Porting Team[29], with 29 closed bugs[30]  
 * Gentoo X-windows packagers[31], with 28 closed bugs[32]  
 * Gentoo KDE team[33], with 24 closed bugs[34]  
 * Gentoo Games[35], with 21 closed bugs[36]  
 * media-video herd[37], with 19 closed bugs[38]  
 * Gentoo Linux Gnome Desktop Team[39], with 18 closed bugs[40]  
 * Gentoo Sound Team[41], with 17 closed bugs[42]  
 * Gentoo's Team for Core System packages[43], with 15 closed bugs[44]  
 29. amd64@g.o
 30. 
http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2005-05-22&chfieldto=2005-05-29&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=amd64@g.o
 31. x11@g.o
 32. 
http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2005-05-22&chfieldto=2005-05-29&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=x11@g.o
 33. kde@g.o
 34. 
http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2005-05-22&chfieldto=2005-05-29&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=kde@g.o
 35. games@g.o
 36. 
http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2005-05-22&chfieldto=2005-05-29&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=games@g.o
 37. media-video@g.o
 38. 
http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2005-05-22&chfieldto=2005-05-29&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=media-video@g.o
 39. gnome@g.o
 40. 
http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2005-05-22&chfieldto=2005-05-29&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=gnome@g.o
 41. sound@g.o
 42. 
http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2005-05-22&chfieldto=2005-05-29&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=sound@g.o
 43. base-system@g.o
 44. 
http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=RESOLVED&bug_status=CLOSED&chfield=bug_status&chfieldfrom=2005-05-22&chfieldto=2005-05-29&resolution=FIXED&assigned_to=base-system@g.o

    
New bug rankings
----------------
  
The developers and teams who have been assigned the most new bugs during 
this period are: 
 
 * Gentoo Sound Team[45], with 16 new bugs[46]  
 * AMD64 Porting Team[47], with 15 new bugs[48]  
 * Gentoo's Team for Core System packages[49], with 13 new bugs[50]  
 * Mobile Herd[51], with 12 new bugs[52]  
 * media-video herd[53], with 12 new bugs[54]  
 * Gentoo net-p2p team[55], with 10 new bugs[56]  
 * The Gentoo Linux Hardened Team[57], with 10 new bugs[58]  
 * Gentoo Games[59], with 10 new bugs[60]  
 45. sound@g.o
 46. 
http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&chfield=assigned_to&chfieldfrom=2005-05-22&chfieldto=2005-05-29&assigned_to=sound@g.o
 47. amd64@g.o
 48. 
http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&chfield=assigned_to&chfieldfrom=2005-05-22&chfieldto=2005-05-29&assigned_to=amd64@g.o
 49. base-system@g.o
 50. 
http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&chfield=assigned_to&chfieldfrom=2005-05-22&chfieldto=2005-05-29&assigned_to=base-system@g.o
 51. mobile@g.o
 52. 
http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&chfield=assigned_to&chfieldfrom=2005-05-22&chfieldto=2005-05-29&assigned_to=mobile@g.o
 53. media-video@g.o
 54. 
http://bugs.gentoo.org/buglist.cgi?bug_status=NEW&bug_status=ASSIGNED&bug_status=REOPENED&chfield=assigned_to&chfieldfrom=2005-05-22&chfieldto=2005-05-29&assigned_to=media-video@g.o
 55. net-p2p@g.o
 56. 
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