Hosting Meeting Notes: February 20, 2019

Here’s the summary of our meeting in #hosting-community on Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 1800 UTC (Slack archive).

Attendees: @mikeschroder @mazeheld @brechtryckaert @rawrly @fahimmurshed @Mile @Ugyen @earnjam

Housekeeping

@mikeschroder reminds us that @jadonn and @brechtryckaert will be helping out with the meetings during his move. He also indicates that extra people to help out with the meeting notes are welcome.

Testing Results

@earnjam reports he has opened several issues on the PHP Unit Test Runner repository as well as on a PR.

@mikeschroder also reminds us about the porting initiative for these E2E-tests:
If you work at a host and aren’t already aware, this team has a tool that allows hosts to set up PHPUnit tests to get run against their environment, so that it’s clear when either WordPress trunk has broken some things at hosts, or hosting environments aren’t compatible with trunk: https://make.wordpress.org/hosting/test-results/

@mikeschroder also pinged @danielbachhuber to facilitate @earnjam‘s contributions to the project.

WordPress 5.1 RC2

@mikeschroder reminds us that WordPress 5.1 RC2 (https://wordpress.org/news/2019/02/wordpress-5-1-rc2/) was released yesterday. @mazeheld reports that he’s seen some issues regarding double installs of the Hello Dolly plugin. This issue occurs in the following situation:

  1. Get a clean install of WP 4.8
  2. Skipped all minor updates and updated through to 5.0
  3. Then “hello dolly” displayed twice, and got a fatal error

@earnjam suspects that the extra Hello Dolly was installed via the plugin repository, since the paths in the resulting fatal error differ. @mikeschroder asked @Maze Held to create a ticket for this issue, to make sure it’s tracked.

Feedback

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Next Meeting

The next meeting will be in #hosting-community on Wednesday, March 13th, 2019 at 1800 UTC. Hope to see you then!

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