ubotuNew bug: #195617 in launchpad "Focusing form field doesn't show its caption" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19561700:05
ubotuNew bug: #195620 in malone ""I don't know" default produces too many package-less bug reports" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19562000:10
mtaylorkiko: hey, I think I've found an odd edge-case and/or bug with PPAs00:54
cprovmtaylor: what's that ?00:55
mtaylorcprov: if you have a team with a PPA and you rename the team, it renames the web interface to the PPA, but it doesn't actually rename the ppa, so the old ppa location still exists 00:55
mtaylorcprov: so the web information is wrong... until you upload package to the new location00:55
mtaylorcprov: and even better, the old PPA still works as a download location00:56
mtaylorwith increasingly out of date packages00:56
cprovmtaylor: PPA does not support rename/reassign properly yet, let me find the bug report.00:57
mtaylorcprov: ah. ok. then I didn't actually find the bug. :)00:57
cprovmtaylor: https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/soyuz/+bug/8732600:58
ubotuLaunchpad bug 87326 in soyuz "Support PPA Renaming and Reassignment" [Medium,Confirmed] 00:58
cprovmtaylor: considering the confusing side effects, we should not allow renaming of people/teams with activated PPA00:59
mtaylorcprov: is there a way to de-activate a PPA? 00:59
cprovmtaylor: no :(01:00
superm1cprov, you here still?01:17
cprovsuperm1: yes01:19
superm1cprov, sorry to pester, but i have a package on a ppa that shouldn't be there (it was deleted in the webif some time back).  01:20
superm1cprov, i posted to -users, but didn't get a "quick" response, and its holding up one of our builds, and causing lots of support traffic01:21
Hobbseesuperm1: you have to do another upload for previous packages to go away01:21
cprovsuperm1: what does the UI say about the source ?01:21
superm1cprov, it doesnt list it01:21
superm1Hobbsee, the thing is that i *dont* want that package there01:21
cprovsuperm1: not even if you select 'Superseded' or 'Any' filter ?01:21
superm1cprov, its there in Superseeded yes01:22
superm1but status is "deleted"01:22
Hobbseesuperm1: tough.  launchpad doesn't delete *anything* properly.01:22
Hobbseesuperm1: haven't you ever read their privacy policy?01:22
superm1Hobbsee, well i was hoping that it would at least not be used when building since it was marked "deleted"01:23
Hobbseesuperm1: you can't even get to the deleted sources and binaries, unless you go thru librarian, can you?01:23
cprovHobbsee: please, don't make things more confusing ... We do delete packages from the archive *properly*.01:23
superm1Hobbsee, , well i can get to them via ppa.launchpad.net01:24
superm1and browse them there01:24
cprovsuperm1: which package are you talking about ?01:24
superm1cprov, faad2 on the mythbuntu-trunk ppa01:24
Hobbseecprov: i was meaning that you can't remove anything, completely, from launchpad01:25
superm1cprov, if the binaries went away and the source sat there, i'd be fine - but both are still available01:25
cprovHobbsee: right, that's is only true from a deeper PoV.01:25
LaserJockHobbsee: that's a good thing in general01:27
LaserJockDebian, for instance, has to have snapshots. ,etc. so they don't lose track of previous packages01:28
cprovsuperm1: I've checking the status of the source you mentioned, one sec.01:28
ScottK2LaserJock: I don't see how that (Debian snapshots) compares to a PPA?01:29
cprovsuperm1: the source was deleted before it could built and publish the binaries. 01:30
cprovsuperm1: https://edge.launchpad.net/~mythbuntu-trunk/+archive?field.name_filter=faad2&field.status_filter=superseded01:30
LaserJockbecause PPA is a general thing01:30
cprovsuperm1: https://edge.launchpad.net/~mythbuntu-trunk/+archive/+builds?build_text=faad2&build_state=all01:30
LaserJocksoyuz keeps old packages around, that's handy, is my point01:31
superm1cprov, then how did it get used in a package build?01:31
cprovsuperm1: so, the deletion didn't stop the packages to be built and the got published01:31
ScottK2LaserJock: For a distro it makes sense.  PPAs aren't really distros.01:31
cprovsuperm1: holding the source in the archive pool (it's not in the archive index, though)01:31
LaserJockScottK2: whatever, I was responding to Hobbsee's comment01:31
ScottK2That sounds like a bug.01:31
LaserJockScottK2: not specifically about superm1's problem01:31
superm1cprov, so can you manually take those binaries out then?01:32
ScottK2Right, but generally I don't think PPAs are for building distros and different conditions should be treated differently.01:32
cprovsuperm1: I can, but I'd rather wait for https://bugs.edge.launchpad.net/bugs/191892 to get fixed in edge01:32
ubotuLaunchpad bug 191892 in soyuz "Unsuperseded binaries can't be deleted from PPAs" [High,Triaged]  - Assigned to Celso Providelo (cprov)01:32
superm1cprov, well can you just delete the amd64 ones, and leave the lpia ones to test if the bug is fixed?01:33
superm1that way we both benefit?01:33
LaserJockScottK2: is pretty much a LP "philosophy"01:33
cprovsuperm1: when the bug mentioned is solved you will be able to delete those yourself, via +delete-packages01:34
LaserJockthere's no doubt PPAs are different from distros01:34
jameshfor a start, PPA builds always pull in a base distribution that isn't under your control01:35
jamesh(assuming you aren't also an Ubuntu developer)01:35
* ScottK2 wonders what superm1 is supposed to do in the meantime ...01:35
superm1yeah that's what i was going to say01:35
superm1i mean is there an ETA on that bug being fixed on edge?01:35
ScottK2superm1: Maybe upload a newer version, let it publish and build and then delete that.01:35
superm1ScottK, yeah i suppose that's a temporary solution that should work01:37
Hobbseesuperm1: generally speaking, if you're affected by a bug on launchpad, and it's not marked as fix committed, you're better off trying the workaround if you can, or if you can't, then not doing that component of work with launchpad.01:37
cprovsuperm1: no worries, I will delete them right now and take this burden from your back ...01:37
Hobbseesuperm1: it's not safe to wait for when the bug might be fixed, due to the number of delays, etc.01:37
superm1cprov, thanks, that's most appreciated01:37
cprovsuperm1: binaries gone ...01:39
cprovsuperm1: they will be out of the index within 5 minutes and will be removed from the archive pool tomorrow01:39
superm1cprov, thanks01:52
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Vad1How long would be okay to wait for my 'bzr commit'ed code to register on launchpad?02:56
thumperVad1: about 2 minutes02:57
spivVad1: is the branch hosted on launchpad, or just mirrored there?02:57
thumperVad1: unless the branch is mirrored02:57
Vad1Hosted, and it's definitely been more than 2 mins02:57
mwhudsonVad1: what is the branch?02:57
Vad1It's here: https://code.launchpad.net/~vperetokin/vadi-mapper/main02:57
Vad1I did a bzr commit about half an hour ago.02:58
Vad1Still new to this, so I might have messed something up.02:59
mwhudsonVad1: it looks like you didn't push the new revision02:59
Vad1What's the difference between push and commit?03:00
mwhudsoncommit is just a local operation03:02
spivVad1: commit creates a new revision in the branch.  push publishes any new changes in your local branch to another location.03:02
mwhudsonVad1: maybe this would be a good read http://people.ubuntu.com/~ianc/talks/Getting-Started-with-Bazaar.pdf03:03
Vad1Ahh, I see. Okay, pushed now, so it should go through03:03
Vad1Sweet, thanks03:03
spivVad1: so if you have a local branch, rather than just a checkout of a remote branch, "bzr commit" will only create the revision locally, and you'll need to use "bzr push" to publish the newly created revision.03:03
Vad1What if I just bzr push? Or is commit still required?03:04
spivVad1: you can use "bzr checkout" rather than "bzr branch" if you want to work directly with the remote branch, rather than on a separate local branch.03:04
spivVad1: "bzr push" will only send new revisions, so if you haven't done a commit since the last push, nothing will happen (and it will say so).03:05
Vad1Okay, thank you very much. Much clearer now03:05
ubotuNew bug: #195660 in launchpad-bazaar "loggerhead atom feed shows nothing in ff3" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19566004:35
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ubotuNew bug: #195664 in malone "Bug mail does not indicate an attachment was added" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19566405:10
BUGabundog' morning...08:18
BUGabundohow does one closes a proj on LP, keeping the data, but not allowing anymore changes? (i.e. Read Only)08:19
FujitsuBUGabundo: I'm not sure that's possible. Why would you want to do it?08:30
BUGabundoI want to close a project that has finish, Fujitsu08:33
BUGabundothere is no need for it to be open08:33
BUGabundobut I want to keep all the events, bugs, blueprints, etc in there08:33
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BUGabundofor future consult.08:33
FujitsuHow is a project ever finished, exactly?08:41
BUGabundoit was a university project.08:47
BUGabundothat discipline is over08:47
BUGabundoI used LP to coordinate the group work, code, bugs, blueprints, etc08:47
FujitsuAh. That sounds like a bad use of LP... normal projects don't actually end.08:48
BUGabundoI think that ANY proj was a lifetime!08:48
BUGabundoit can be a few month or several years08:49
FujitsuEven if the devs leave, the project could well continue.08:49
BUGabundobut any proj can and will eventually end08:49
FujitsuWhy would a project want to irrevocably end?08:49
BUGabundonot on this case... there was a time frame for it.08:49
jameshBUGabundo: we do not offer a way to lock a project like that.08:50
BUGabundoI'll open a bug/wishlist. thanks08:51
mptGooooooooooooooood evening Launchpadders!10:01
FujitsuIt's an mpt! Run!10:04
UnksiFujitsu: shh, we were supposed to act like nothing happened ;)10:06
Unksimpt: hiya10:08
BUGabundog'morning mpt10:29
Hobbseeoh noes1  mpt110:32
geserHobbsee: is your shift-key broken again?10:40
Hobbseegeser: it was, yeah10:41
* Hobbsee hopes for a fix before hardy release10:41
heret1chello :)10:43
BUGabundohi heret1c10:43
* heret1c tips hat at BUGabundo10:43
heret1cBUGabundo: know anything about the priority on that ide/dma/intel chipset bug? A fix is proposed in http://linux-ata.org/faq.html#combined ?10:45
BUGabundoI know nothing about it10:45
heret1cBUGabundo: ah.10:46
ubotuNew bug: #195723 in malone "Make the bugtask edit form expanders more consistent" [High,Fix released] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19572310:50
FujitsuBjornT: You fixed that quickly.10:52
BjornTFujitsu: well, it was just to record a piece of work that was done trying to fix another bug.10:54
FujitsuAh, I see.11:06
BUGabundobug #19573511:07
ubotuLaunchpad bug 195735 in launchpad "strange usernames on LP that should be reserved/blacklisted" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19573511:07
HobbseeFujitsu: you're complaining about bugs being fixed quickly now?11:08
TFKyleBUGabundo: dunno about god, if they do that one might need to extend it to a bunch of religious figures11:10
BUGabundoI guess11:10
Hobbseeas long as they don't ban flyingspaghettimonster11:10
BUGabundoand should we allow ANY user to use THEIR name?11:10
BUGabundoof course not Hobbsee... that's yours, and everyone knows it11:11
BUGabundoand with a nick like that, any one might think you are really a guy11:11
BUGabundoor even a small teenager11:11
Hobbseethat's the point...11:11
BUGabundohobbsee is too girly11:11
BUGabundo(no ofence towards your family name)11:12
Hobbseeit's a hell of a lot easier (pretending to) being male, sometimes11:12
Hobbseehwo though?  most people call me a he, when they don't know11:12
BUGabundoI've done this expirement in the past:11:12
BUGabundoI usualy have skype as skypeme and get really low amount of income calls (other then spam)11:12
BUGabundobut my gf can only have it on online, because if she only puts it as skype me for a few seconds, it won't stop11:13
BUGabundoI didn't believe it could be like that11:13
BUGabundoso I went to my skype profile and changed the gender, while on skypeme11:14
BUGabundohumm guess what, Hobbsee ?!11:14
ubotuNew bug: #195735 in launchpad "strange usernames on LP that should be reserved/blacklisted" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19573511:16
HobbseeBUGabundo: what?11:23
Hobbseeah yes11:24
Hobbseei've put a clearly female user in #ubuntu before, just to see what happens11:24
ubotuNew bug: #195743 in blueprint "blueprint tracker lacks an advanced search" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19574311:50
BUGabundolots of folks jumping, right Hobbsee?12:14
BUGabundoa few years ago, when I went to a lan party with about 800 ppl12:14
BUGabundothere were something like 10 girls participating12:14
BUGabundoone told me, she could see guys just putting their heads above the monitors, just to check the girls out, when they crossed the rows....12:15
ubotuNew bug: #195753 in launchpad ""UbuntuCodeOfConduct-1.0.1.txt" is a typo" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19575312:16
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HobbseeBUGabundo: heh.  actually, i was walking through the computer building coridoor today - same thing happened12:20
BUGabundoguys suck big time with that12:21
BUGabundoespecially geeks/neerds12:21
BUGabundocalm down guys...12:21
* BUGabundo looks around for an exit!12:21
Hobbseethey weren't obviously undressing me with their eyes though, which was nice.12:24
oojah_I'd like to think that at least part of that is just being relatively out of place.12:29
BUGabundoall this talk it terribly offtopic, oojah_12:33
Hobbseethis is true12:33
Hobbseeno one else is talking, though12:33
BUGabundofine by me, until someone kicks me12:34
BUGabundoor I get enough hungry go to eat my lunch12:34
HobbseeBUGabundo: fortunately, in ubuntu and such, you eventually get to a place where you know that the guys will back you up, at least for the most part12:34
BUGabundoits no fun being in private im's12:34
* BUGabundo thinks of other ways of getting "back" up12:35
BUGabundocareful with your words, Hobbsee12:35
* Hobbsee sighs12:35
Hobbseeyes, i know you people will tend to take any statement dirtily, if you possibly can.12:35
* BUGabundo I won't make any more comments, and leave that line there just so anyone can see it!12:50
ubotuNew bug: #195759 in launchpad "Mail overload. Toggle to only send mails of subscribed bugs" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19575913:07
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heret1cLinux Kernel and 2.6.25 RC3 launched.13:48
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ubotuNew bug: #195779 in rosetta "Decreasing number of plural forms makes some data invalid" [Medium,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19577914:00
ffma new bug starting as confermed?14:01
BUGabundowhat ffm?14:03
ffmBUGabundo: don't all bugs start as "new"?14:03
ffmaccording to ubotu 195779 started as "confermed".14:03
BUGabundoahhh 14:04
BUGabundoyou are right! ffm14:04
ffmand why are they using the private pastebin https://pastebin.canonical.com/ ?14:04
ffmin any case, I have to go.14:04
BUGabundodon't know!14:04
* ffm is away. "Back later".14:04
BUGabundoI can't login to see it!14:04
frenchyHi all, I've just noticed that I can add pages to https://help.launchpad.net/, I think.  I haven't hit the save button, yet.  I'm the creator of this blueprint https://blueprints.edge.launchpad.net/launchpad/+spec/launchpad-project-doc and think that this will suit my purposes quite well.  Am I allowed to add pages?14:12
* ScottK2 would suggest hit save and find out. If it works, you are.14:13
intellectronicafrenchy: no. this wiki is just for launchpad documentation14:13
intellectronicafrenchy: so, you are allowed to add pages (even welcome to), but only if these are pages that document how launchpad works14:14
intellectronicafrenchy: if you want to a wiki page for your blueprint, you'll have to do it somewhere else14:14
intellectronicaScottK2: that isn't the case. we rely on users not creating pages in this wiki that aren't for documentation of LP14:15
frenchyintellectronica: Thanks, I don't want it for the blueprint.  I want it so I don't have to use SF.14:15
intellectronicafrenchy: i don't understand14:16
intellectronicafrenchy: is the page you are creating a help page on how to use LP?14:16
frenchyintellectronica: No, I want a place to put project documentation.14:17
frenchyMy apologies, there might be a "stub" page at https://help.launchpad.net/me-tv, but I haven't saved it.14:18
intellectronicafrenchy: so, no, you can't use the help wiki for that14:18
intellectronicafrenchy: no problem14:18
intellectronicafrenchy: may i recommend http://jottit.com/ for now? ;-)14:19
frenchyintellectronica: That's good to know because I get a few complaints from people using my software.  They say that LP is hard to navigate.  Maybe I can document some steps myself.14:19
intellectronicafrenchy: sure. talk to mrevell about the new documentation team. i think there's a lot going on in the area right now and your help will be greatly appreciated!14:21
mrevellHi frenchy!14:21
mrevellfrenchy: For a first step, take a look at: https://help.launchpad.net/DocTeam14:22
frenchyintellectronica: Thanks, I'll check that out.  I have some web space on SF but another criticism is that there's too many sites with different information.  That's why I created the blueprint, it would be great if LP was the one-stop-shop for all project info. 14:22
frenchymrevell: Hi!14:22
intellectronicafrenchy: i agree. who knows, maybe one day...14:23
frenchymrevell: Thanks, checking that out now.14:23
ScottK2intellectronica: Sorry.  Misunderstood what he was asking for.14:23
intellectronicaScottK2: no worries14:24
frenchyScottK: I probably wasn't clear.14:24
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Vad2I've ran into a big of a problem, and not sure what is the proper way to go about this. I've made my project, I can download/upload stuff okay, but - it asks me for a passphase each time. So how can others upload stuff ? Would they need to use bzr branch first and then merge branches, or should I give the passphase out?15:32
gmbVad2: Well.15:36
gmbVad2: Rule one: Don't give out your passphrase. Ever.15:36
Vad2That's what I was thinking too. Mk15:36
gmbGlad to hear it :)15:36
gmbVad2: What's your project? If I can take a look I'll be able to explain it better.15:37
Vad2gmb: https://launchpad.net/vadi-mapper15:38
* gmb looks15:38
gmbVad2: Okay. So for that project, the main branch is at http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~vperetokin/vadi-mapper/main15:38
gmbIf you look at that URL, you'll see three important sections after the hostname.15:39
gmb~vperetokin is your username (the ~ denotes the fact that it refers to a user).15:39
gmbvadi-mapper is the project name.15:39
gmband main is the name of the branch.15:39
gmbI could now bzr branch that branch, make some changes and upload it to Launchpad at, say: http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~gmb/vadi-mapper/foo15:40
gmbAs you can see, the project name has stayed the same but the username and branch name have changed.15:40
gmbLaunchpad will automatically link that branch to the vadi-mapper project since the URL includes the project name.15:41
gmbIf you wanted to include my changes in your main branch you could then merge my 'foo' branch into your 'main' branch and push it back to its original location.15:41
gmbVad2: Does that explain it sufficiently?15:42
Vad2Right. So I'd tell someone to do "bzr branch <the url launchpad gives>", do some code changes, then "bzr commit" and "bzr push". And I'd then merge it?15:42
gmbVad2: Yes. I don't think bzr push would automatically push it back up to launchpad, they'd have to specify the location to push to (e.g. bzr push bzr+ssh://bazaar.launchpad.net/~gmb/vadi-mapper/foo) but otherwise, yes, that's pretty much how it works.15:43
gmbVad2: Alternatively, you could create a team for vadi-mapper developers and push the branch to a shared location15:44
gmbSo if the team was called vadi-mapper-dev anyone who was a member of that team could push to http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~vadi-mapper-dev/vadi-mapper/<branch name>15:44
Vad2That would be a better idea. Where can I make it?15:45
gmb(Though obviously they'd have to ensure that conflicts with other peoples' changes would be resolved).15:45
gmbVad2: Give me a second, I'll look the URL up for you.15:45
Vad2Thank you15:45
gmbVad2: https://launchpad.net/people/+newteam15:46
Vad2Is there a bzr command to copy stuff over from my branch to the new vadi-mapper-dev oen?15:49
CaioAlonsobzr branch link to your existing branch, bzr commit -m "Initial commit", bzr push link to the vadi-mapper-dev branch15:58
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Vad2How can I delete a branch?16:20
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CaioAlonsoin the branch page there is an option 'delete branch'16:24
CaioAlonsonot sure if you can do it through bzr16:24
andrea-bsVad2: note that if someone is subscribed to the branch you won't be able to delete it16:26
synicyou can rename it, though16:27
VadiThat option is gone for some reason16:29
andrea-bsVadi: go to the /+delete page and you will know the reason16:30
andrea-bsfor example ~myteam/myproject/mybranch/+delete16:30
VadiGot it. I'm subscribed to the branch, that's why I think16:30
andrea-bs<andrea-bs> Vad2: note that if someone is subscribed to the branch you won't be able to delete it16:31
VadiI didn't get that - maybe it happened when I switched networks16:31
Vadi(see how I got renamed too!)16:31
andrea-bsyeah, sorry16:32
VadiCan I rename a branch?16:32
andrea-bsyes, you can16:32
VadiAh found it, in branch details16:32
VadiOkay, so I think I got it setup now. I've created a team, vadi-mapper-dev, and a branch for it, and it's linked to the vadi-mapper project. Now, the instructions I can give is to get the source code, do "bzr branch http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~vadi-mapper-dev/vadi-mapper/main", make some changes, then "bzr commit" and "bzr push" to upload?16:35
andrea-bsa tip: you can use lp:~vadi-mapper-dev/vadi-mapper/main instead of http://...16:36
andrea-bsalso, if you link the branch to a trunk you can use lp:project/trunk16:37
Vadiahh. Well that's what launchpad gave me16:37
VadiI just have one branch right now - 'main'.16:37
andrea-bs<Vadi> ahh. Well that's what launchpad gave me ← that's because it works only if the launchpad plugin is enabled (in ubuntu is default)16:38
VadiOh I see.16:38
andrea-bsyou can link the branch to https://launchpad.net/vadi-mapper/trunk16:38
andrea-bsoh, it's linked yet16:39
Vadiso... my main branch really isn't main? Trunk is?16:39
andrea-bsthe branch is 'main' and the trunk is 'trunk'16:40
andrea-bsto download it you can use both "lp:vadi-mapper/trunk" and "lp:~vadi-mapper-dev/vadi-mapper/main"16:41
andrea-bsand also "lp:vadi-mapper" :)16:41
VadiWhich one is more OS-compatible? Most people working on the project will be on Windows, I suspect :/16:42
andrea-bsyou have to use "bzr branch http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~vadi-mapper-dev/vadi-mapper/main"16:42
andrea-bsor you can install the launchpad plugin, but the effect is the same16:43
Vadiandrea-bs: okay, thank you.16:43
CaioAlonsohi, i'm having some issues when pushing new code to my branch, http://pastebin.com/d44c37f9d , can anyone help me?16:55
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JanCsince when does launchpad assign untranslated strings to a translator?17:28
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wbradycan someone please help me with question #25435 in launchpad itself18:02
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pascal80How can I remove the accidently added gqview distribution package here: https://launchpad.net/brasero/+packages19:09
hexmodepascal80: there is a delete link on the left19:10
pascal80hexmode: I don't see any delete link19:12
hexmodeare you logged in?19:12
hexmodeare you brasero on launchpad?19:12
pascal80hexmode: I did register the brasero project and I'm logged in with my LP account19:12
hexmodepascal80: you know what?  I thought you were talking about a PPA.  My bad.19:13
hexmodesorry, I don't know the answer19:13
pascal80hexmode: no problem19:13
andrea-bspascal80: can you delete it from there? https://launchpad.net/brasero/trunk/+ubuntupkg19:17
mdkedanilos: thanks, I'll try19:24
pascal80andrea-bs: no, I don't see a delete action on that page19:38
andrea-bspascal80: so I think it's better you contact a sysadmin with Launchpad Answers asking to delete it19:39
pascal80andrea-bs: actually I did this a while ago here: https://answers.launchpad.net/launchpad/+question/1305619:43
andrea-bspascal80: that's strange because generally admins solve this problems quickly, but what about closing this question and opening a new one?19:45
pascal80andrea-bs: I just reopened the question a few days ago, perhaps I should wait a little longer19:49
andrea-bspascal80: I'd like to help you, but I'm not a sysadmin, sorry... perhaps you will have more chances sending a mail to the launchpad-users mailing list19:50
pascal80andrea-bs: thanks anyway19:52
ubotuNew bug: #195872 in malone "multiple edit using the email interface doesn't seem to work" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/19587220:01
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ymlhello launchpaders;21:26
ymlI would like to know if someone could help me to set up the sync between  a project on googlecode and launchpad?21:28
ymlI have defined a branch but for some reasons LP fails to operate the import.21:29
ymlThe project can be found in LP by searching for djmap21:30
lifelessyml: please file a question on launchpad-bazaar, as the help says to do so21:30
mwhudsoni think he did that already, in fact21:31
ymlI have done it yesterday or this moning21:32
mwhudsonyml: the people responsible for this mostly live in aus/nz at the moment21:33
ymlBut since I have never done such thing I was just checking if there was an obvious reason21:33
mwhudsonso you filed it around the time i went to bed21:33
ymlThis is fine no emergency21:34
ymlI don't want to be rude just willing to be sure the ball is rolling :-)21:35
mwhudsonyml: you know on the form "https://code.edge.launchpad.net/djmap/+addbranch", it says: "This is the external location where the Bazaar branch is hosted."21:35
mwhudsonyml: how can we make it more obvious that this is _not_ how to request a subversion import?21:35
mwhudsonyml: this is a serious question, people make this mistake all the time21:35
mwhudsonyml: you should put the details on this page: https://code.edge.launchpad.net/djmap/trunk/+source21:36
ymlmwhudson  : may be just write some information in the code section of "take a tour"21:37
ymlis it just me or LP is so slow that most pages timeout?21:40
mwhudsonyml: it really shouldn't be _that_ slow21:41
ymlthank you it seems that LP is now testing I hope it will import it22:11
ffmhow do I get a sprint added to launchpad?22:28
salgadoffm, https://launchpad.net/sprints22:30
ffmsalgado: thx.22:31
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