MichelleQwhat time is our meeting?00:32
mhall119but I'll be postponed for a few minutes, so it'll probably be closer to 8:1500:34
Chloricgovatent wont be joing us today00:38
mhall119Chloric: are you from south-florida too?00:51
Chloricyup, Miami00:52
mhall119we need some miami events00:52
RoAkSoAxvim e/win 1100:54
RoAkSoAxmhall119: 00:54
mhall119RoAkSoAx: yup00:54
ChloricEvents for what specifically? i just saw the Ubuntu Global Jam this april00:54
mhall119Chloric: and we'll have the Natty release to celebrate end of April00:55
mhall119both topics will come up in tonight's meeting00:55
RoAkSoAxmhall119: quick python question. there's a module that imports like this: from euca_admin import local ->> what does that local thingy mean cause it shows: ImportError: cannot import name local00:55
RoAkSoAxmhall119: the code: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/577665/00:55
Chloricoh man! I'm actually not going to be here when it's released! I'm going to be with the Model United Nations International Conference at the UN Headquarters this april 17-2900:56
mhall119RoAkSoAx: it's going to take euca_admin.local and put "local" into the current namespace00:56
mhall119RoAkSoAx: the error means that python can't find anything called "local" in the "euca_admin" namespace00:56
RoAkSoAxmhall119: right but there's something like local.get_credentials (http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/577665/)00:57
RoAkSoAxso the code is all wrong then?00:57
mhall119RoAkSoAx: either the code is wrong, you don't have the euca_admin package installed, or euca_admin isn't in your PYTHONPATH00:58
mhall119try starting a new python shell, and run "import euca_admin" then "dir(euca_admin)"00:59
RoAkSoAxmhall119: http://pastebin.ubuntu.com/577666/01:01
mhall119so...doesn't look like euca_admin has anything called "local"01:02
RoAkSoAxmhall119: yeah there's no file nor module that contains anything named local01:02
mhall119is there a variable or function or class by that name in euca_admin/__init__.py01:03
RoAkSoAxmhall119: yes01:03
mhall119try import euca_admin, then from euca_admin import local01:03
RoAkSoAxmhall119: same issue01:04
RoAkSoAxmhall119: i'm guessing they are missing either a file in the source01:05
mhall119RoAkSoAx: can we take this to PM or pick it back up after the meeting?01:05
RoAkSoAxmhall119: which ever works better for you :)01:06
mhall119either one01:06
mhall119how about after the meeting?01:06
mhall119chaynie, Chloric, cjohnston, crashsystems, dantalizing, itnet7, jcastro, jtatum, mianosm, munz, rmcbride, RoAkSoAx, ShawnR, statik: Meeting time!01:08
Mootbot-UKMeeting started at 01:09. The chair is mhall119.01:09
Mootbot-UKCommands Available: [TOPIC], [PROGRESS REPORT], [IDEA], [ACTION], [AGREED], [LINK], [VOTE]01:09
MichelleQmhall119's parents just stopped by... he'll be back in just a second.01:10
mhall119okay, everyone ready?01:15
mhall119not much to cover tonight01:15
rmcbrideready here01:15
mhall119[TOPIC] Global Jam01:15
Mootbot-UKNew Topic:  Global Jam 01:15
mhall119April 1-3 is the next Ubuntu Global Jam01:16
mhall119Global Jam is just a weekend where community around the world get together with people around them to contribute to Ubuntu01:16
mhall119you can write code, triage bugs, write documentation, or just test the current state of Ubuntu 11.0401:17
mhall119anybody can host an event, and it only takes 2 people to get together to make it a jam01:17
mhall119for example, cjohnston and I are meeting up here in Lakeland to hack on Summit code01:18
mhall119so find someone near you, pick a place to meetup (coffee shops are good), and decide on something to do01:18
mhall119if you're going to have an event, add it to http://loco.ubuntu.com/events/global/567/detail/01:19
mhall119anybody who is a member of the Florida team can add an event for our team01:19
mhall119[TOPIC] Summit Jam01:20
Mootbot-UKNew Topic:  Summit Jam 01:20
ChloricWhats the difference between the Summit Jam and Global Jam?01:20
mhall119as I mentioned, cjohnston and I are going to be hacking on Summit01:20
mhall119Summit Jam is just what we're doing as part of Global Jam01:21
Mootbot-UKLINK received:  http://loco.ubuntu.com/events/team/729/detail/ 01:21
Chloricoh ok01:21
mhall119summit is the code that runs summit.ubuntu.com, which provides the session management and calendar listings for UDS01:21
mhall119we're going to be meeting in person, but we'll also be working with others on IRC, so if anybody wants to participate with us and learn some python, django, and how to work on summit, feel free to register01:22
mhall119[TOPIC] Natty Release Parties01:23
Mootbot-UKNew Topic:  Natty Release Parties 01:23
mhall119most of you know about release parties already01:23
mhall119April 28th is the scheduled release date for Natty01:24
mhall119so start thinking of where you can celebrate01:24
ChloricOh man =/01:24
mhall119unlike global jams, release parties don't involve work!01:24
mhall119you don't need internet access (though we are geeks)01:24
mhall119just somewhere to hang out with friends and have a good time01:24
mhall119just like global jam, you can register your release party events here: http://loco.ubuntu.com/events/global/744/detail/01:25
mhall119let's make sure we've have Florida marked on those maps!01:26
mhall119that's all I've got for this meeting, anybody have any questions?01:26
mhall119if you want to ask about how to run a global jam, feel free to ask us in here or in #ubuntu-locoteams01:27
mhall119alrighty, we're done01:28
Mootbot-UKMeeting finished at 01:28.01:28
Chloricso how's everyone?01:29
MichelleQmissed it all again.  :-/01:39
crashsystemsanyone say my name in here about four hours ago?03:47
dantalizingsry i missed the meeting last night mhall119 12:41
mhall119dantalizing: no worries, just talked about global jam and release parties12:53
dantalizingmhall119: yeah registered for the summit jam ... been sketching out ideas for a mobile ui12:54
dantalizingbut not familiar with anything you guys are doing 12:54
dantalizingare yall making it mobile-accessible?12:54
dantalizingie.. am i reinventing the wheel yet?12:55
mhall119dantalizing: there is talk of tying it in with a 3rd party, closed source mobile app12:56
dantalizingand fail12:58
mhall119the biggest problem with them right now is that updating the schedule for their app involves emailing a CSV file to a person on their end, who uploads it into their system12:59
dantalizinggeez ... when is windows going to become linux ... tired of crappy apps14:44
mhall119I'm still waiting on them to have a capable window manager15:23
dantalizingmetacity is mostly there15:23
dantalizingyay 1998!15:23
dantalizingthe scrollbar overlays available in natty are cool15:24
dantalizingvery sexy15:24
mhall119yeah they are15:25
mhall119it's very google-like15:25
mhall119I bet the chrome developers are upset they didn't think of it first15:26
dantalizingyeah i wish they worked with chrome15:26
dantalizingthat was actually the first app i tried :(15:26
* dantalizing shake his fist at chromium15:27
dantalizingbut other than that disappointment, very nice15:27
mhall119isn't there a chome plugin to use native scrollbars? I wonder if that would work15:27
mhall119or if it just tries to mimick native scrollbar looks15:28
maxolasersquadAt http://oss.oracle.com/ the website for OSS Oracle software, it has Oracle SQL Developer listed, but there is no source code download, and the SQL Developer help says, "Copyright ©  2005,2009 Oracle.  All Rights Reserved."15:57
dantalizingand be sure not to complain about how slow it is because you're violating the license and oracle lawslime will come after you15:58
maxolasersquadIt is, IMHO, the best IDE for interacting with an Oracle DB, which is very very sad.16:00
maxolasersquadIt has all the pitfalls of a Java app though.16:00
maxolasersquadSlow and memory intensive.16:00
maxolasersquadI've decided to ask them, http://forums.oracle.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=218844116:10
maxolasersquadOne of my coworkers switched his laptop over to Ubuntu, unsolicited.16:20
jck77morning everyone16:42
dorgandoes anyone know of a package that will allow me to monitor an apache error log file for errors?17:49
dantalizingdorgan: top -d1 /var/log/apache2/error.log17:52
dorganyeah i am looking for something alittle fancier than that17:52
dantalizingdorgan: ^^17:53
dorganthink i found something:  http://www.librelogiciel.com/software/ScanErrLog/action_Presentation17:54
dorgani already have something to monitor the status17:54
dorgani need to monitor the error log17:54
DammitJimdantalizing, do you have BOA?17:59
dantalizingDammitJim: bank of america is the evil that eats at america's soul17:59
dantalizingseriously ... no17:59
DammitJimyes, you do or yes you do not? LOL18:00
dantalizingno, i do not18:00
dantalizingi'm hoping that someday i'll look back wistfully at the day that "dickbar" was introduced into the english language18:01
DammitJimthose people @ BOA have screwed up my mint18:05
=== dantalizing_ is now known as dantalizing
ricenutHi guys, do you know how to start boot Ubuntus 10 CD in rescue mode? Any special key?20:00
maxolasersquaddantalizing: Repsonse to my thread indicates Oracle believes FOSS means "Freeware and Open Source Software"20:27
dantalizingi <3 freedom, not free beer20:52
munzlaura @ carey realty20:55
munzshoot, wrong window lol20:56
mhall119now we're all gonna email her too20:58
jck77i love my bandwidth 21:00
maxolasersquadjck77: Is that fiber of DOCSIS3?21:04
mhall119holy crap, thunderbird just blew up to 100% CPU and 2.4 GB RAM21:09
jck77maxolasersquad: Yes, fiber 21:11
jck77a 100/10 connection21:11
maxolasersquadmhall119: Thunderbird must be borrowing code from Evolution.21:26
munzmhall119, lol22:20
munzpls do22:20
mhall119maxolasersquad_h: something's going scewy, it's done it twice now23:30
maxolasersquad_hmhall119: It's done what twice?23:43
maxolasersquad_hOh, thunderbird blowing up?23:46
maxolasersquad_hI just replaced androIRC with Yaaic, and I'm loving it already.23:59

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