I'm quite sure this will happen and in this cycle it will be just the beginning. Looking forward to Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
If they can do this performance should go up rather a lot , will be keeping an eye on it, hopefully at least some will change to DONE from TODO over this cycle.
Code:[mterry] look at why lightdm is using 30MB: TODO [canonical-desktop-team] go through the long running processes and run valgrind on them to assure we don't have obvious leaks: TODO [seb128] look if gnome-keyring needs to be running all the time: TODO look if polkit-gnome-authentication needs to be running all the time: TODO [mhr3] make zg-fts expire datas after some time to reduce the size of the db: TODO [charles] valgrind the indicators stack: TODO look at making notify-osd exit on idle: TODO [didrocks] talk to desrt and others about a "libidle" to use for "exit after idle": TODO [ken-vandine] check with online team if signond needs to be running all the time: TODO [ken-vandine] investigate long running telepathy-indicator/mission-control: TODO [ken-vandine] investigate long running geoclue/geoip services: TODO [charles] look at moving the eds/geoclue use in indicator-datetime from startup to about-to-show: TODO [seb128] talk to U1 guys about memory usage and disk wakes: TODO [seb128] look at what is making goa run for some users: TODO [seb128] look at the dbus traffic and work to reduce it: TODO [seb128] provide a list/documentation for python processes that could be ported to C/vala/...: TODO [mhall119] engage with the community for the python->c/vala porting effort: TODO [ogra] seed zram-conf: DONE [seb128] talk to the QA team about daily measurement: TODO [seb128] look at the wakeups list and set work items for the main offenders: TODO [ogra] set up follow-up meetings about the topics we didn't cover during the session: TODO
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