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robert_ancellTheMuso, RAOF - is there a way to do a bzr-pdebuild or similar?01:28
RAOFYou could set pdebuild instead of debuild as the bzr builder command.01:28
robert_ancellRAOF, I tried that but didn't get it to work01:29
robert_ancellRAOF, I think the problem was I needed some arguments to pdebuild and it got complicated01:30
robert_ancellwhat do you guys do?01:30
RAOFHm.  Dunno.  I haven't been annoyed enough by a two-step build process to do any fiddling there.01:31
RAOFI mostly want a clean source-only package as well, so I build one, then {p,s}build that01:31
robert_ancellRAOF, so you do a bzr-buildpackage -S then work on that?  That doesn't work for me because I need to compile maverick packages on lucid and the dependencies stop bzr-buildpackage -S from working01:33
RAOFMostly you can pass -d through, too.  From memory, that works.01:34
RAOFUnless it needs those new dependencies to clean, of course.01:35
robert_ancellRAOF, thanks, I tdidn't know about tha01:35
lifelessI've got an odd thing on lucid03:30
lifelessIf I login and do stuff for a couple of days03:30
lifelessthen insert a camera into USB03:30
lifelessits not noticed03:30
lifelessIf I unplug it, login a new session as lynne, and plug it in, it gets noticed; close her session, back to mine - still no go03:30
lifelessI'm pretty sure if I log out and in, my session will notice it again (IMBW)03:31
lifelessany thoughts ?03:31
robert_ancellTheMuso, can you push a new glib? (Minor change, just installs a few extra binaries that were being ignored)03:41
TheMusorobert_ancell: of course.03:42
robert_ancellTheMuso, I even built it in a chroot for you :)03:42
TheMusoWill do so once this merge I have just finished doing is uploaded.03:42
TheMusorobert_ancell: heh cool. :)03:43
TheMusorobert_ancell: I also see some manpages in that install file. Shouldn't you also make sure you have installed the manpages for the new binaries that are being included?03:45
TheMusoOr are there none?03:45
robert_ancellTheMuso, good question, I didn't check03:46
robert_ancellTheMuso, pushed.  I wonder why Debian felt they should explicitly list the installed binaries?03:47
TheMusorobert_ancell: Because they probably didn't want all of them installed.03:48
robert_ancellIt seems the wrong way to go around it, if you don't want them installed then stop them getting built03:49
TheMusoWith the flexibility of the debhelper system and the .install files, its trivial to only install what you want, so I don't see it as a really big deal.03:50
robert_ancellexcept for when you forget to add an important new tool...03:51
TheMusoTrue, but the fix is trivial03:51
robert_ancellevery fix has a cost and we have enough work as it is!03:53
TheMusoThis is also true.03:54
TheMusorobert_ancell: the way you made the changes to package all the binaries hasn't quite worked. What you have inside libglib2.0-bin now is usr/bin/bin/ and the binaries inside. Same with man pages, usr/share/man/man/man1 with the manpages inside that.04:15
TheMusorobert_ancell: TO fix that, you should only need to remove the usr/bin and usr/share/man from the end of the lines in libglib2.0-bin.install04:16
* TheMuso tests to make sure.04:16
TheMusorobert_ancell: I'm happy to fix that up for you if you'd like.04:16
robert_ancellTheMuso, thanks04:20
robert_ancellTheMuso, I didn't read the output of dpkg -c right04:20
TheMusoah ok04:20
robert_ancellTheMuso, did you make that change?05:25
TheMusorobert_ancell: Yes, and I got it wrong, so made another change. Stil waiting for the test build to finish, alongside some other builds.05:25
robert_ancellok, can you push anyway?05:26
robert_ancell(to bzr)05:26
robert_ancellI'll build a local copy so I can build some dependant packages05:26
TheMusorobert_ancell: Sure, once I get the change correct I'll push.05:28
TheMusonot long now, just got the tests to complete05:28
robert_ancellwhat was the change?05:28
TheMusorobert_ancell: basically the libglib2.0-bin.install file now has:05:29
TheMusodebian/install/deb/usr/bin/* usr/bin05:29
TheMusodebian/install/deb/usr/share/man/* usr/share/man05:29
robert_ancelldebian/install/deb/usr/bin didn't work?05:30
TheMusook my change worked05:31
TheMusono, as I explained above.05:31
TheMusopushing now05:31
TheMusoand uploading glib05:32
robert_ancellso what happens? (I thought that would have worked as other packages normally have something like debian/tmp/usr/bin)05:32
TheMusothe way you had the install file, it told the install process to literally put the bin and man directories into usr/bin and usr/share/man respectively.05:33
robert_ancellyes, and then you recommended to drop the "usr/bin" from the end - but it sounds like that didn't work?05:33
TheMusono it didn't.05:34
TheMusoit literally added a debian/install/deb set of dirs to the package05:34
robert_ancellright, these dpkg rules must not realise "debian/install/deb" is the build directory05:34
TheMusoOr, it may be to do with how dh_install is being called behind the scenes.05:35
TheMusoor it just may be that I don't understand thigns as well as I thought. :)05:36
robert_ancellso many packaging variants :)05:36
robert_ancellthanks for the sponsor!05:36
robert_ancelland thanks for the endorsement in my core application05:36
TheMusoYou're welcome.05:37
robert_ancellTheMuso, damn, I just worked out why glib had the binaries listed explicitly - some of the binaries are in the -dev package08:10
didrocksgood morning08:17
pittiGood morning08:19
didrocksGuten Morgen pitti08:21
pittibonjour didrocks, how are you?08:25
didrockspitti: I'm fine thanks, preparing the ubuntu party this week-end on my spare time, so very busy :) and you?08:25
pittioh, have fun!08:26
pittilast day of week today, I'm on holiday tomorrow and will go to Munich again08:26
pittiso, trying to get some stuff done :)08:26
seb128lut didrocks08:26
seb128hey pitti08:26
didrockspitti: oh sweet, short week so ;) How long will you stay in Munich?08:27
didrockssalut seb12808:27
pittididrocks: until next Saturday08:27
pittibonjour seb12808:27
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seb128pitti, hey10:14
seb128pitti, do you have any though on bug #539515?10:14
ubot2Launchpad bug 539515 in gvfs (Ubuntu Lucid) (and 1 other project) "Attempts to mount floppy despite no media present - disable automount (affects: 68) (dups: 12) (heat: 404)" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/53951510:14
seb128what would you do if you had access to one of the buggy boxes?10:15
pittiah, it's been a while10:15
* pitti loks10:15
seb128pitti, udisks --dump hang for 30 seconds10:16
seb128that should not block login though10:16
pittiso it's ultimately bug 45995010:16
ubot2Launchpad bug 459950 in linux (Ubuntu) "Detects "Floppy Drive" but no floppy drive in computer (affects: 15) (dups: 5) (heat: 102)" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/45995010:16
pittii. e. the kernel pretends to have a /dev/fd0, and once you probe that, you end up in a multi-sec kernel deep sleep10:17
pittiseb128: on an affected box I'd strace udisks and see whether the probing can be made async10:17
pittiand check whether we can avoid probing fd0 at all10:18
pittiit already should be disabled in the udev rules, but something through gvfs still seems to trigger  it10:18
seb128can you dump your thoughts on the bug?10:18
seb128it hits quite some users10:18
pittiseb128: ah, just saw comment 49 again10:20
pittiso, I'm puzzled why gvfs tries to talk to the floppy in the first place; I think it doesn't10:20
pittiit just triggers udisk with some sync dbus call which then hangs for 30 s10:21
pittibut I really can't say more without getting access to such a machine10:21
seb128ok, weird10:21
seb128I'm not sure why nautilus hanging would stop session loading10:21
seb128we dropped it from the required components10:22
seb128it should just be spawned as any software10:22
seb128you should get gnome-panel etc loading10:22
seb128or gnome-panel is stucked the same way for some reason10:22
pittiwell, but that doesn't help10:22
seb128could be that they use gvfs in a sync way and it's blocking10:22
pittiit's not gvfs or gnome which is blocking, it's the kernel10:22
seb128well it's not blocking the box is it?10:23
seb128the device probing should take time but other things keep running no?10:23
pittiI don't quite see how, but reportedly it does10:23
pittioh, there's another workaround, blacklisting floppy; /me follows up10:23
seb128it seems to be down to bios lying for the kernel issue10:24
seb128I guess the kernel can't do a lot about that10:25
seb128pitti, do you think changing f-spot to not clean photo copies in tmp it does when using the "send via email" option would be fine for a stable update?11:16
seb128right now it copy it there, call the email composer and clean after a timeout11:16
vuntzrobert_ancell: could you release a new gnome-games?11:17
seb128which works with evo which does copy the files to send11:17
seb128but not with thunderbird which goes "the file you want to send is not there" when you send the emails some time later11:17
robert_ancellvuntz, it's awaiting the glib changes11:17
seb128robert_ancell, hey11:17
seb128robert_ancell, so what happened to the "be careful with things depending on gsettings"? ;-)11:18
seb128robert_ancell, we got gnome-games 2.31 now which does depends on it :p11:18
robert_ancellseb128, hey, I realised I stuffed up the glib package again - there were two tools, I forgot to add glib-compile-schemas - can you do it?11:18
alf__pitti: Hi!11:18
seb128robert_ancell, ok11:19
robert_ancellseb128, gnome-games is the experimental package - only some of the apps require gsettings and we can roll it back/patch it if it's a problem11:19
seb128robert_ancell, ok, seems like a plan then11:19
seb128I'm a bit nervous about using gsettings until we get dconf running and working11:19
robert_ancellseb128, I'm updating the other packages to the latest 2.30 with debian changes for now11:19
pittiseb128: i. e. is the timeout too short then?11:19
pittihey alf__11:19
seb128because right now you trash your dconf config on software closing11:19
pittiseb128: but if that breaks tbird, I'm fine with keeping the /tmp/ files11:20
seb128pitti, well they argued than any timeout would be too short since you can start your email and send it an hour later11:20
rodrigo_hmm, shouldn't packages I uploaded via dput for maverick show up on https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/maverick/+queue?queue_state=1 ?11:20
pittiseb128: agreed11:20
seb128pitti, so they decided to not clean and let usual distro reboot do that11:20
seb128rodrigo_, no, upload are directly accepted11:20
rodrigo_seb128, ah, ok11:21
seb128rodrigo_, the queue is only during freezes or for stable updates11:21
seb128ie things which need moderation and review11:21
alf__pitti: Does jockey know in advance if it has a driver for a hardware device, or must it have internet access?11:21
seb128pitti, thanks11:21
rodrigo_seb128, so how can I check it is really uploaded?11:21
pittialf__: you need to have internet access, so that apt can download the package indexes11:21
seb128couchdb-glib (0.6.91-0ubuntu1) maverick; urgency=low11:21
robert_ancelllater all11:21
seb128rodrigo_, this one?11:21
rodrigo_seb128, yes11:21
seb128rodrigo_, you should have got an accepted email11:21
rodrigo_ah, right11:21
seb128launchpad send those11:22
rodrigo_ok then11:22
seb128you can also subscribe to https://lists.ubuntu.com/mailman/listinfo/maverick-changes11:22
seb128if you want to see what gets uploaded11:22
rodrigo_yes, cool11:22
alf__pitti: Is it possible to provide the package indexes locally?11:22
vuntzseb128: hrm, do you know which glib change robert_ancell is waiting for?11:23
pittialf__: sure, they are in /var/lib/apt/lists/11:23
seb128vuntz, no, maybe check bugs he opened on bugzilla.gnome.org?11:23
alf__pitti: Ahh, you meant those :) I mean, how does it know if a hardware device has a proprietary driver?11:25
vuntzseb128: don't see anything relevant :/11:25
seb128vuntz, drop him an email I guess11:26
vuntzI guess I'll just use an old version of gnome-games for this release11:26
alf__pitti: Does it keep a list somewhere (eg PCI/USB ids?)11:26
pittialf__: it uses standard kmod modaliases11:26
pittialf__: /usr/share/jockey/modaliases/ has those mappings11:26
pittialf__: they are provided by the e. g. nvidia or fglrx drivers11:26
pittiwe install the modalias packages by default11:26
alf__pitti: So just to check if there is a driver available (not get it) it doesn't need internet access?11:27
vuntzdobey: ping?11:27
vuntzdobey: are you still maintaining evolution-webcal?11:27
vuntzdobey: (need a release asap)11:28
pittialf__: right; but the UI does not expose that, it won't show the driver if the package isn't available11:28
pittiseb128: I'm a bit confused about our cairo package; it doesn't build depend on libdirectfb-dev, but the library depends on libdirectfb; might be a spurious dependency?11:29
pitti(it's indeed disabled in the build)11:30
seb128pitti, maverick?11:30
seb128it does build the directfb backend11:30
seb128that changed in maverick now11:30
pittiah, I see11:31
seb128it was required for the d-i before they switched to x1111:31
pittiright, maverick's package drops the binary depends11:31
pittiseb128: thanks for confirming11:31
seb128gtk, cairo, etc dropped their directfb builds now in maverick11:31
alf__pitti: Is there a way to get that information somehow programmatically (eg that a driver is or is not available, regardless of whether a package is available)?11:31
seb128pitti, you're welcome11:31
seb128pitti, libsdl keep libdirectfb on the default installation though11:32
seb128would be nice to clean that if we can11:32
pittiseb128: right, it looks like cruft now11:32
pittialf__: yes, with a few python calls it should be possible; hang on11:33
seb128pitti, could be that a rebuild would be enough to fix it11:33
pittiseb128: hm, but sdl provides an actual directfb backend, doesn't it?11:33
seb128pitti, apt-cache show libsdl1.2debian-pulseaudio11:34
seb128" This version of SDL is compiled with X11 graphics and PulseAudio sound."11:34
seb128the description says it's build using x1111:34
pittiseb128: it does build-depend on libdirectfb-dev11:35
pittiI guess we could drop that11:35
seb128I'm wondering if that's needed for something11:35
seb128but I don't know enough about sdl to say11:35
pittiwell, if you want to play sdl games on a framebuffer instead of X11, I suppose11:35
seb128pitti, how often do you want that? ;-)11:35
pittiI'm fine with kicking this out11:37
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zygaseb128, do you know owen taylor?11:59
* ogra hopes zyga means the gnome shell dev and not http://www.owentaylor.co.uk/ *g*12:11
zygaogra, yes you are right12:11
zygaogra, he does exactly what I need12:11
ograwhich one ?12:11
zygaand I want to talk with him about it12:12
zygaogra, performance measurement using log analysis12:12
ograah, so not the butcher then :)12:13
stazzyga: he is on #gnome-hackers nickname owen12:14
* zyga checks the link ogra gave12:14
zygastaz, thanks12:14
zygastaz, in irc.gimp.net?12:14
seb128zyga, what staz said12:26
zygaseb128, thanks I'm already in touch with owen12:26
seb128zyga, I've seen that now, reading backlog ;-)12:27
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seb128didrocks, seems you forgot to push your gnome-utils lucid update13:06
seb128didrocks, do you still have it locally?13:06
didrocksseb128: hum, not sure, as I cleaned my directory after lucid, let me see13:07
seb128didrocks, if not that's not an issue I can fix that locally13:07
didrocksseb128: no sorry, I don't have it anymore :/13:07
seb128didrocks, you will just loose commit credit ;-)13:07
didrocksloosing karma? :)13:08
didrockswell, let's say karma isn't a priority for me ;)13:08
didrocksthanks seb12813:08
seb128didrocks, that's probably because you don't know yet that your performance review includes karma count ;-)13:08
seb128(joking ;-)13:09
didrocksseb128: urgh :-)13:09
seb128(joking ;-)13:09
* didrocks creates lp:~didrocks/+junk/foo branch13:09
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ayanerr -- hah i mean.13:19
seb128hey ayan13:20
ayanhey seb.13:31
dobeyvuntz: i am not14:16
vuntzdobey: hrm, you might want to announce it somewhere like d-d-l so that a new maintainer is found, then14:27
dobeyvuntz: afaik, andre has been landing patches14:29
vuntzdobey: still, I'm sure everybody assumes it's still you. Especially since MAINTAINERS say so14:29
seb128chrisccoulson, hey14:39
chrisccoulsonhi seb128, how are you?14:40
seb128chrisccoulson, good, thanks! you?14:40
chrisccoulsonquite busy, but good14:40
seb128what are you working on?14:41
chrisccoulsonupdating all the firefox extensions in hardy, in preparation for rolling out 3.6.414:41
seb128chrisccoulson, oh ok, good luck then14:42
chrisccoulsonheh, thanks ;)14:42
seb128chrisccoulson, I was going to check if you planned to start on merges for maverick soon or need help with those14:42
seb128chrisccoulson, seems you are busy, I will see if we can help you with those14:43
chrisccoulsoni haven't really had much time to look at any maverick stuff yet, other than updating connman and ofono a couple of times14:43
chrisccoulsoni want to get this hardy stuff out of the way ASAP really ;)14:43
seb128thanks for doing the connman and ophono uploads14:46
ograofono :)14:48
* ogra has been corrected by asac so many times that he cant resist to correct others :)14:49
rickspencer3seb128, can you take a look at https://blueprints.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/desktop-maverick-mozilla-team-discussion and see if the work items are going to be parsed correctly?16:35
rickspencer3when  you get a chance, no big urgency16:36
seb128rickspencer3, no it's not, the alpha<n> should be maverick-alpha-<n>16:39
seb128it's not parsed correctly I mean, the syntax needs to be changed16:39
seb128rickspencer3, do you want me to do it now?16:40
rickspencer3seb128, nah, we'll have chrisccoulson take care of it when he gets a chance16:40
seb128or are you editing the whiteboard?16:40
rickspencer3speaking of which16:40
rickspencer3so chrisccoulson will be rolling out updated Mozilla to Hardy and I guess Jaunty next week16:40
chrisccoulsonseb128 - oops ;)16:40
* chrisccoulson blushes16:41
rickspencer3any chance we could organize some help with testing before the rollout?16:41
rickspencer3chrisccoulson, can we set up VMs and such and test on Monday?16:41
seb128pedro_, ara: ^16:41
seb128pedro_, ara: you guys are probably better placed to organize testing16:41
rickspencer3Monday is a holiday in US and UK16:41
rickspencer3this means, basically, test on Tuesday morning in Europe, and tomorrow, I guess16:42
rickspencer3seb128, can I assume this is in good hands unless I hear otherwise?16:42
seb128rickspencer3, I will take care of it16:42
rickspencer3thanks man16:42
seb128it's a working day there on monday16:43
pedro_ara, can we set up a testing day for those ?16:43
arawhat changes does the upload introduce?16:43
seb128ara, new mozilla versions to hardy and jaunty yes16:43
araseb128, which is the bug number?16:43
seb128chrisccoulson, ^16:44
seb128ara, it's not a SRU, it's a security update I think16:44
seb128new security model means we do push new versions16:44
seb128I'm not sure what hardy has now16:44
araseb128, chrisccoulson, sure, I can organize something, but a bit of context will be appreciated ;-)16:45
seb128ara, I think it's 3.0 to 3.616:45
araseb128, OK16:45
seb128not sure though, waiting on chrisccoulson to confirm the change and give some context16:45
chrisccoulsonjust on a call ;)16:46
chrisccoulsonseb128 / ara - right, this isn't a SRU, it's a security update16:48
chrisccoulsonwe plan to roll out firefox 3.6.4 and xulrunner 1.9.2 + all of the extensions will be updated to support the new firefox version16:49
rickspencer3it's a nightmare, but fortunately chrisccoulson has pulled us out of the fire16:49
chrisccoulsonand we will also be porting some xulrunner rdepends to the latest version, although that probably won't be rolled out at the same time16:49
arachrisccoulson, now I understand why you need testing...16:51
chrisccoulsonara - yes, it's quite a substantial update ;)16:51
chrisccoulsoni'm going to start hosting packages in https://edge.launchpad.net/~ubuntu-mozilla-security/+archive/ppa tonight16:52
arachrisccoulson, can you send me an email (I am about to log off) with the bug number, when do you plan the upload and any other relevant information when you can? I will try to organize something tomorrow, so people can test over the weekend, if they want16:52
chrisccoulsonara - ok, no worries16:53
arachrisccoulson, thanks16:54
seb128chrisccoulson, can you bounce me that email when you write it? ;-)16:57
seb128or keep me updated on IRC16:57
chrisccoulsonseb128 - ok, will do17:03
seb128chrisccoulson, thank you17:03
chrisccoulsonArneGoetje, how much notice do you need to be able to get langpacks updated for hardy and jaunty (for the firefox rollout)?17:06
seb128chrisccoulson, I've added some questions for you on https://blueprints.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/desktop-maverick-chromium17:15
seb128I think we should have a technical workitem for eventual dx integration17:15
seb128we should also document when we will decide on whether we stick on it or not17:16
seb128rickspencer3, ^17:16
chrisccoulsonseb128 - yeah, that makes sense. i'm not sure what the dx team have planned really, i don't see many chromium related WI's amongst their blueprints atm17:17
seb128chrisccoulson, I don't think anything special17:17
chrisccoulsonand i'm not sure if the dx team had any plans to make global menu bar work in firefox17:17
seb128we should make sure it works with csd, rgba and menus changes though17:17
chrisccoulsonheh, currently it doesn't work at all ;)17:18
chrisccoulson(from what i've seen being discussed anyway)17:18
seb128rickspencer3, could you review and approved https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/desktop-maverick-overriding-defaults-on-upgrade and https://blueprints.edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+spec/desktop-maverick-gnome for me, since those are my specs I need somebody else to approve those17:18
seb128chrisccoulson, which seems to be an issue...17:18
seb128i.e something we need to be aware of and resolve17:19
chrisccoulsonseb128 - yeah, i think fta already pinged bratsche about it17:19
rickspencer3seb128, otp, I'll ping back in a bit17:19
seb128rickspencer3, ok17:19
bratscheHe pinged me about metacity, and I think we got a patch that works for it.17:20
ftachrisccoulson, pinged about what?17:20
chrisccoulsoni thought he mentioned chromium too?17:20
chrisccoulsonfta - did you say chromium stopped working after the gtk update?17:20
ftabratsche, i also pinged you about acroread from partners17:20
slomoseb128: if you're merging gst-plugins-bad for maverick, please enable vp8 support (build depend on libvpx-dev and add libgstvp8.so to gstreamer-plugins-bad.install) :) for debian i have to wait a bit unfortunately17:20
ftachrisccoulson, not chromium, but flash in chromium17:20
chrisccoulsonfta - oh, i misunderstood then ;)17:21
chrisccoulsonthat makes me feel a little bit better ;)17:21
chrisccoulsonfta - do you know if flash works in firefox?17:21
ftachrisccoulson, donno, i'm no longer using it17:22
chrisccoulsonfta - i thought you might say that ;)17:22
seb128slomo, ok, I will probably let universe ones to somebody else but good to know17:23
slomook :)17:24
seb128slomo, btw could you apply pitti's vala change for the next upload?17:26
seb128so we can sync again in Ubuntu17:26
slomoah found it17:27
slomosure, i'll include it with next upload17:27
seb128slomo, http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=57254917:27
seb128slomo, thanks17:27
ubot2Debian bug 572549 in vala "Please fail build on test suite failure" [Minor,Open]17:27
bjfrickspencer3, just fyi: http://drowninginbugs.blogspot.com/2010/05/uds-maverick-recap.html (daniel chen's blog)17:41
rickspencer3bjf :,(17:44
seb128pitti, do you use bzr merge-upstream to update gvfs?17:56
pittiseb128: yes17:56
seb128pitti, ok thanks17:56
pittiusually uscan --rename17:56
pittiand then bzr mu17:56
seb128pitti, thanks18:01
pittiseb128: works for you?18:01
pittiit's quite easy actually18:02
seb128pitti, yes18:02
seb128same workflow as for dxteam18:02
* pitti wants a "bzr mooo" alias!18:02
seb128without the lp:upstream argument there since upstream is not in bzr18:02
pittiright, it'll just import the tarballs as one commit per release18:02
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seb128pitti, I screwed bug #543892 the update doesn't build because I forget to add a change to the bzr18:24
ubot2Launchpad bug 543892 in brasero (Ubuntu Lucid) (and 2 other projects) "Brasero Fails to open using the -p argument (affects: 15) (dups: 2) (heat: 100)" [Low,Fix committed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/54389218:24
seb128pitti, I did a new upload to fix that now, could you review it if you have a minute or so?18:25
seb128need to run now, I will update the bug later with a debdiff if required18:25
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DASPRiDdoes empathy belong to the ubuntu-desktop team?18:53
rickspencer3DASPRiD, yeah19:00
ubot2Launchpad bug 586121 in empathy (Ubuntu) "Unable to force workspace for contactlist or chat-window (affects: 1) (heat: 6)" [Undecided,New]19:00
DASPRiDthen: this bug is pretty pitty :)19:00
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ayanbratsche: ping19:40
pittigood night everyone!19:41
ayangoog night!19:41
bratscheHey ayan19:42
ayani'm working https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/gtk+2.0/+bug/894919:43
ubot2Launchpad bug 8949 in gtk+2.0 (Ubuntu) (and 3 other projects) "Opening a deleted 'recent document' results in a new file. (affects: 6) (dups: 7) (heat: 114)" [Low,In progress]19:43
ayani believe the desired behavior is gnome-panel scans the list of recent files and culls the deleted ones before opening the menu.19:44
ayanis this correct?19:44
didrocksgood night pitti, enjoy your week-end!19:47
* didrocks goes off too, see you tomorrow!19:47
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LaserJockdidrocks: around?20:29
sorenLaserJock: 18:47  * didrocks goes off too, see you tomorrow!20:30
sorenLaserJock: ~45 minutes ago.20:30
LaserJockwhat is it with people and not wanting to be on IRC 24x7 ;-)20:33
LaserJockyou'd think they had real lives or something20:34
ArneGoetjechrisccoulson: I can prepare the langpack updates tomorrow and then upload them once the mozilla guys are ready.20:34
chrisccoulsonArneGoetje, ok, that's good then. i'm going to start hosting the updates in the u-m-s PPA this evening, after which, there will be a testing period running in to next week20:34
chrisccoulsonArneGoetje, the langpacks will probably have to be rolled out through -security too (for users who don't enable -updates)20:35
ArneGoetjechrisccoulson: I'm on vacation next week.20:35
ArneGoetjechrisccoulson: shall I put them somewhere so that you can upload them altogether?20:36
chrisccoulsonArneGoetje, yes please. i will probably go through the usual process for security updates for them20:36
ArneGoetjechrisccoulson: ok, I'll notify you when I have them ready.20:37
ScottLchrisccoulson, hi, scott lavender here, did you have a change to read my email about gnome-network-admin in Ubuntu Studio?20:46
ScottLs / change / chance20:47
ccheneywould anyone be opposed to me basically forking sensible-browser to abide by the user's desktop preferences?21:00
ccheneyit appears the debian maintainer doesn't want to/care to implement this, i will email him to find out what his position is before the change21:01
* ccheney emailed the debian maintainer to see what his comment is21:07
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chrisccoulsonhi ScottL - i did read your mail. unfortunately, i'm incredibly busy at the moment, so i haven't had a chance to respond21:18
seb128pitti, I've access to one box with the floppy hang issue21:24
seb128pitti, no hurry but if you have some hint for debugging let me know21:24
seb128pitti, or we can have a look next week21:24
ScottLchrisccoulson, i understand, we're not in a large rush since our goal would be to get this resolved before maverick comes out :)21:36
ScottLchrisccoulson, if it would help i could even make a patch and submit to the bug21:38
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