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dholbachgood morning05:35
nxvldholbach: hi!05:36
dholbachhi crimsun, hi nxvl!05:36
* dholbach hugs y'all05:36
nxvldholbach: we don't have a MOTU/TODO with a list of bugs anymore, do we?05:38
dholbachnxvl:  https://wiki.ubuntu.com/MOTU/TODO/Bugs ?05:39
nxvldholbach: yup, but we use to have a table in there with some bugs listed05:40
dholbachahhhh right... the "Weekly Bugs"05:41
dholbachthat was just 10 bitesize and 10 packaging bugs picked randomly05:41
dholbachI used to update it every week but there was not a lot of excitement about it05:41
nxvlexactly those05:42
dholbachand especially with harvest now it makes even less sense for me to update it every week05:42
nxvljust checking05:42
nxvldholbach: btw, wouldn't it be nice to at least link harvest from ubuntuwire?05:45
dholbachnxvl: yeah, sure - I just don't have editing powers there :)05:46
dholbachthe more links to harvest, the better05:46
ajmitchwgrant would be able to change ubuntuwire for you05:47
* ajmitch doesn't have a checkout of the branch handy05:47
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j-bjdong: you are going to kill me06:01
wgrantdholbach, nxvl: It seems to already be on http://qa.ubuntuwire.com/. I don't recall who added it, but it has been there for ~1.5 months06:19
dholbachrock and roll06:19
dholbachthanks wgrant!06:19
* wgrant returns to work.06:19
wgrantIt might want to be renamed on that page; please ask if you feel the same.06:21
dholbachmaybe "Harvest - Aggregated package opportunities"?06:22
wgrantdholbach: Done.06:23
dholbachthe unstoppable wgrant!06:24
wgrantUnstoppable except for damn uni work, sure.06:24
crimsunI miss uni work.06:25
wgrantcrimsun: But you're crimsun.06:28
j-bsiretart: ping06:50
siretartj-b: in 30 mins. on the way to work06:50
j-bsiretart: just to tell you we are going to tag VLC 0.9.3 tomorrow or the following day06:51
j-bto fix bugs06:51
iulianGood morning.06:54
siretartj-b: now I'm back!07:28
siretartj-b: ah, do you have a link with a changelog mentioning the fixed bugs?07:29
j-bsiretart: yes, I do07:34
j-bsiretart: bigger is DTS-channel fix07:35
j-bsiretart: so, for linux port, it means a few crashes fixes, DTS 5.1 channel order, pausing subtitles and MMS behaviour regression fix07:36
didrocksdholbach: is there a way/futur implementation on harvest to only see a subset of packages for preferences to the team? norsetto's work, for instance, did a very good for the desktop team: http://www.webalice.it/norsetto/07:37
dholbachdidrocks: team stuff is in progress, until then you can use URLs like http://daniel.holba.ch/harvest/handler.py?pkg=audacity,avahi,pulseaudio07:38
dholbachusing the script in https://lists.ubuntu.com/archives/ubuntu-devel/2008-August/026027.html helps too :)07:39
didrocksdholbach: great, thanks :)07:39
* didrocks hugs dholbach 07:39
dholbachde rien07:40
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el_avei'm trying to play with making packages in ubuntu using pbuilder08:22
el_avebut for some reason  dh_shlibdeps doesn't pick-up the deps08:22
RAOFI presume that you've actually got a ${shlibs:deps} in your package's Depends: field?08:26
el_avehere is part of logs08:28
el_avedpkg-gencontrol: warning: unknown substitution variable ${shlibs:Depends}08:28
RAOFAre there actually shared library dependencies involved?  That seems somewhat odd.08:29
el_avei'm trying to modify an exisiting package, the initial package builds fine, the only things i08:30
el_avehave changed so far are the names of the package08:30
RAOFDoes the unmodified package also exhibit that warning?08:31
el_avenope, it seems to pick up the deps just fine08:32
RAOFOh.  You changed the package name; did you also change the install files (if any)?08:32
RAOFI'd _guess_ that you're now building an empty package, and so there aren't any shlibdeps.08:33
el_avei see08:34
el_aveit look like the code gets compiled, but i guess you mean the install scripts don't copy it to proper place for a package to be made?08:36
directhex.install files.08:37
RAOFRight.  The general flow of a multi-binary package build is "upstream build" -> "upstream install to $(CURDIR)/debian/tmp" -> "dh_install moves files from tmp to debian/$(PKGONE) debian/$(PKGTWO), etc"08:38
RAOFThen, run the rest of the build process on the contents of debian/$PKGONE, debian/$PKGTWO, etc.08:38
RAOFSo, if the package you touched has a mypackage.install file, and you changed the name from mypackage to yourpackage, dh_install will no longer pick up mypackage.install, and won't move things into the right place.08:39
el_avethank you! let me digg into it a little more :)08:40
directhexRAOF, was f-spot still hanging on exit, as far as you know?08:40
RAOFdirecthex: Not that I've noticed, but I don't fire up f-spot very often.08:40
* directhex is going postal on mono bugs on lp08:40
RAOFSeems to quit cleanly.08:41
directhexhm, apparently problems persist on hardy08:46
directhexsilly 1.2.608:46
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james_wdoes anyone have any tips about how to diagnose this? http://launchpadlibrarian.net/17859568/buildlog_ubuntu-intrepid-lpia.libcairo-ruby_1.5.1-1%2Blenny1_FAILEDTOBUILD.txt.gz10:17
james_wruby1.9 won't install as rdoc1.9 isn't going to be installed10:18
geserjames_w: get a lpia chroot and check why rdoc1.9 can't get intalled, you might need to do this recursively10:29
slytherinplease keep a watch on bug #272866. Once it is done, you can proceed with moving aspectwerkz2 to universe. I believe you already have a bug logged for that.12:11
ubottuLaunchpad bug 272866 in javassist "Please move package to universe" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27286612:11
_rubenis a Releases file mandatory in a local apt mirror? my dput/mini-dinstall generated local repo doesnt have it, and apt doesnt seem to see the packages in it :/12:20
directhexi use one.12:22
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slytherin_ruben: yes it is mandatory.12:23
slytherinjames_w: ruby1.9 has failed to build on lpia12:23
slytherinjames_w: https://edge.launchpad.net/ubuntu/intrepid/+source/ruby1.9/+builds12:23
_rubenslytherin: figured as much .. probably related to the "has no (source|binary) override entry" ?12:24
_rubenwhich rings a vague bell .. but dont recall the details :)12:24
directhex_ruben, want an ultra-simple release file?12:27
directhex_ruben, use 'apt-ftparchive release' - but you need some hand-crafted preamble before the output from that command12:29
_rubendirecthex: i'd expect it to be created for me .. or that a false assumption? .. there no mention of it on https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PbuilderHowto#Building%20With%20Local%20Packages12:30
directhex_ruben, i'm afraid i've never used mini-dinstall12:31
_rubenany clues wrt the "has no (source|binary) override entry" ? .. it sounds familiar, probably ran into smth similar years ago when i did some packaging when we used debian12:32
_rubenaparently the Release file isnt really required for local usage .. i used the wrong the .changes file with dput (it only "uploaded" the source, not the binary)12:48
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_rubengreat .. just got a request to provide a (virtual) server with php4 :/13:14
slytherin_ruben: You are not supposed to upload binary.13:15
slytherin_ruben: and if you say it is a mirror then why are you uploading packages manually?13:15
_rubenslytherin: its stuff im packaging for internal use .. and this "mirror" is on the build system .. to fullfill package dependencies between our own stuff13:16
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LaibschHi there13:51
LaibschI'm Debian maintainer for the gourmet package (I think that is the best way to contribute packages to ubuntu, I don't even run debian)13:52
Laibschrecently, because of an invalid bug report, somebody added a false dependency on python-metakit13:53
LaibschThis package does not even exist past gutsy13:53
LaibschCan somebody please remove that dependency and upload a new package?13:53
Laibschbug 269963 for details13:54
ubottuLaunchpad bug 269963 in network-manager "[intrepid] network-manager should recommend or suggest dnsmasq" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26996313:54
Laibschsorry, wrong number apparently13:54
Laibschbug 26993613:54
ubottuLaunchpad bug 269936 in gourmet "lacks dependency on metakit" [Low,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26993613:54
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directhexLaibsch, absolutely the best way to 'contribute to ubuntu' is by being the best debian packager you can - ubuntu should be shipping bug fixes etc your way, not the other way round (in most cases)13:59
directhexLaibsch, depending on a dead package is indeed broken14:00
Laibschdirecthex: exactly14:01
LaibschIF the dependency was indeed missing, I'd add it in a flash and be full of shame for forgetting it14:01
LaibschBut that just ain't true14:01
directhexlet me try the debian package as-is14:02
directhexunfortunately there's no way to revert the package right now to what we call syncing (just using diff.gz unmodified from debian) as the version in ubuntu is 'newer'14:03
directhexright, fine, installed, works, where was the problem?14:03
james_wit can be uploaded with the change reverted though, that's no problem14:03
directhexyeah, like james_w said, we can do a ubuntu2 version14:03
directhexto replace the broken ubuntu114:03
directhexjames_w, whose approval do i need to get that into intrepid before release if i prep a debdiff?14:04
james_wdirecthex: no-one at the moment14:04
james_wdirecthex: you just need a sponsor14:04
directhexnobody sponsors me. they go & hide when i appear14:04
james_wif you prepare a diff and put a link here I'm sure someone will sponsor it14:06
james_wthough using a bug at this point is probably a good idea with the freeze in effect14:06
james_wyou can still ask on here though14:06
directhexLaibsch, just revert the python-metakit binary depends:, yes?14:06
LaibschThe other change from that commit seems to be correct for ubuntu14:07
Laibschalthough I wouldn't mind being listed as maintainer14:07
james_wdirecthex: yeah, I think so, might as well leave the maintainer field change14:07
LaibschAs I said, I use ubuntu myself as my main system14:07
directhexLaibsch, it's normal to set the Mainteiner: to the motu thing. yeah, i know i know.14:08
james_wLaibsch: that's cool, but it's easier to not have exceptions to that rule, as it would be a headache.14:08
directhexSuccessfully signed dsc and changes files14:08
LaibschI'm familiar with how debian and sponsoring works14:09
Laibschbut I think the ubuntu process changed recently14:09
Laibschor is it still tauware.de?14:09
directhexjms@osc-franzibald:/tmp$ diffstat gourmet_0.14.0-1ubuntu1-to-0.14.0-1ubuntu2.debdiff14:09
directhex changelog |    6 ++++++14:09
directhex control   |    2 +-14:09
directhex 2 files changed, 7 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)14:09
Lutinam I missing something, or should "dpkg-buildpackage: set LDFLAGS to default value: -Wl,-Bsymbolic-functions" should be rather set to -Bsymbolic-functions ?14:15
Lutinas ld doesn't understand -Wl (assuming that LDFLAGS are to be passed to ld, that is)14:18
dholbachdirecthex: I just replied to bug 26993614:20
ubottuLaunchpad bug 269936 in gourmet "Broken dependency on metakit" [Low,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26993614:20
james_wLutin: LDFLAGS should go to cc I believe14:21
directhexdholbach, the app starts fine for me, without metakit14:21
dholbachdirecthex: there might still be an issue that the reporter is seeing14:22
Lutinjames_w: well apparently, that's not how some autofoo/configure does it then (http://launchpadlibrarian.net/17423602/buildlog_ubuntu-intrepid-i386.steam_2.2.31-4.2_FAILEDTOBUILD.txt.gz for example)14:22
dholbachdirecthex: it's necessary we revert the addition of the depends, but we can't be sure that it fixes the issue14:23
directhexdholbach, it fixes that particular bug, which was just saying "this package should depend on that package" (it shouldn't). he has a separate bug about the app failing to start (for him), and i wonder how much of that comes from his mix of every ubuntu release ever in sources.list14:24
dholbachdirecthex: I'd prefer to find out before we simply close the bug, but still it's necessary to revert it14:24
directhexi'll revise the debdiff then14:24
dholbachdirecthex: apart from that, it should have been (LP: #<...>) (with the "#")14:25
dholbachdirecthex: thanks a lot14:25
dholbachI'm subscribed so I'll upload it in a bit14:25
Lutinjames_w: and there at least a couple others in the FTBFS list, iirc. anyway, seems there are people out there using ld $(LDFLAGS), and I was wondering how to deal with it14:25
dholbachdirecthex: and the diffstat shouldn't be necessary - just the patch would be swell14:26
directhexdholbach, i try to be complete when requesting sponsorship. not that it's helped the plight of monodoc14:27
dholbachdirecthex: gracias14:28
dholbachslomo: do you think you have a bit of time to look at bug 256853 and see if it's OK?14:28
ubottuLaunchpad bug 256853 in monodoc "[FFe][merge request] Please merge monodoc 1.9-2 from Debian Unstable" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/25685314:28
* dholbach has no clue about mono stuff at all14:28
sistpoty|workhi folks14:35
Hobbseeheya sistpoty|work!14:36
sistpoty|workhi Hobbsee14:36
dholbachdirecthex: uploaded - thanks a bunch14:37
* directhex counts it as a favour, will come a'callin' in future ;)14:37
dholbachdirecthex: favour that I checked and uploaded the fix? no problem ;-)14:39
directhexyeah, because nothing is important to me like python recipe manager apps14:40
* directhex tries it in ironpython \o/14:40
Laibschit's actually a really nice thing to have14:41
Laibschfor those food lovers among us14:41
directhexaw, it'd need porting14:41
directhexLaibsch, i can't work out how to make it work14:41
jdongdirecthex: to ironpython?14:41
Laibschwhat is ironpython?14:41
jdongdirecthex: have you tried including all the site-packages? :D14:41
LaibschSome python torture tool?14:41
jdongLaibsch: it's a .NET/CLR implementation of Python14:41
directhexjdong, what's the command-line voodoo?14:42
jdongdirecthex: what does the python app bork on?14:42
directhexjdong, you sound clued up. you can't sponsor stuff in main can you?14:42
jdongdirecthex: fortunately, no :)14:42
directhexImportError: No module named os.path14:42
Laibschdirecthex: Are you generically interested in getting it to work or are you just stating you can't understand its UI (which could see a lot of improvement, I agree)14:42
directhexLaibsch, i don't really understand how to get ingredients into it, to make a new recipe14:43
LaibschWe can chat privately if you are interested14:43
jdongdirecthex: ah, you can't import dot stuff in ironpython14:43
jdongdirecthex: i.e. importing os makes os.path accessible, but importing os.path itself seems to be illegal syntax14:43
directhexLaibsch, i doubt i have the energy. unless it has a special mode for mixing cocktails! \o/14:43
jdongdirecthex: actually... it works here14:44
jdongdirecthex: /usr/lib/ironpython/Lib/site.py14:44
jdonghave fun tweaking that to your python site-packages dir :)14:44
directhexjdong, i don't even *like* python! i just like there being multiple CLR languages to choose from14:45
jdongdirecthex: CLR is quite neat14:45
jdongI like python right now because it's a dynamic language that makes development simple14:46
jdongthough C# is also getting very close to there with Miguel's dynamic C# shell work14:47
jdongcan't wait for someone to hack that to the point that you can just run a .cs file with it14:47
directhexthat'll obviously get packaged up once there's a released tarball, and after the Mono20Transition is complete debian-side14:47
james_wLucidFox: I'm not quite sure what the correct fix is. It may be possible to make it call gcc instead of ld.14:50
LucidFoxcorrect fix for what?14:51
james_wbobbo: hey, you around?14:54
james_wLucidFox: http://launchpadlibrarian.net/17423602/buildlog_ubuntu-intrepid-i386.steam_2.2.31-4.2_FAILEDTOBUILD.txt.gz <- ld $(LDFLAGS) being called by the build14:54
LucidFoxjames_w> What does this have to do with me?14:56
LucidFoxI don't even know what this package is14:56
james_wLucidFox: ah, sorry, I meant Lutin14:56
geserjames_w: I usually export LDFLAGS similar to the default LDFLAGS but without the -Wl, in debian/rules15:15
james_wLutin: ^15:16
sistpoty|workhi bddebian15:17
Laibschjames_w: Looks like you were right on the money, there is an old auto-closed bug in the sf.net tracker for gourmet that has the exact strange error message from the other bug report when somebody upgraded from <0.10 to 0.12.  That "you-ship-broken-software" guy hasn't update for three years at least.15:17
geserA bddebian!15:17
bddebianHi folks15:18
bddebianHi sistpoty|work, geser15:18
james_wLaibsch: the encoding error?15:18
Laibschwhich might be another bug15:19
directhexi wonder if he's even dist-upgraded after changing his sources.list15:19
Laibschbecause the error about encoding problems is incorrect15:19
Laibschdirecthex: he says he did15:19
arvind_khadrihi, for packaging do i need to follow the debian manual?15:19
james_wLaibsch: I can see the characters that it is probably complaining about, but I don't know why it doesn't complain for anyone else15:19
Laibschjames_w: because they are declared15:20
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Laibschor at least that is what I think why it works15:20
directhexarvind_khadri, yeah, pretty much, but there are more user-friendly guides on the ubuntu wiki15:20
arvind_khadridirecthex, the things remain the same right ?? :)15:21
directhexarvind_khadri, yes, ish. there are some tiny differences to bear in mind if you're packaging software for ubuntu main15:22
directhexarvind_khadri, generally speaking though, the best way to get an app into ubuntu is by getting it into debian first15:22
arvind_khadridirecthex, i want to create a .deb from a tarball  basically and as of now i want to make it work in ubuntu15:23
directhexarvind_khadri, a well-written source package will compile on either distro (usually) ;)15:24
arvind_khadridirecthex, :) ok so shall i go ahead with the debian manual?15:24
arvind_khadridirecthex, thanks15:25
arvind_khadridirecthex, the package has been written for fedora btw ...15:27
arvind_khadridirecthex, can i convert it into a .deb?15:32
directhexarvind_khadri, don't. those conversions are very dangerous to users' systems15:33
arvind_khadridirecthex, ok so if i want to make that particular package be made as a .deb what shall i do?15:34
directhexarvind_khadri, just follow the debian packaging guide. use the fedora specfile as a reference only for things like the ./configure flags and so on, but generate a clean debian/rules file15:34
directhexarvind_khadri, in theory, dh_make is a tool to make a skeleton package automatically - but verify the output!15:35
arvind_khadridirecthex, hmm15:37
slytherinarvind_khadri: which package are you talking about?15:49
bobbojames_w: pong15:55
james_whey bobbo15:56
bobbohey :)15:56
james_wbobbo: did you see Colin's comments on the bzr bug?15:56
bobbojames_w: yeah, I have a freeze exception for 1.6.1?15:56
james_wbobbo: I haven't done one for main yet this cycle, so I'm not up to speed on the process, but you have an ACK from one RM at least15:57
bobbojames_w: cool, I'll look it up but i'm guessing either thats it or i'll only need one more (havent touched main for ages either)15:58
james_wbobbo: yeah, they were my thoughts too. Are you happy with going to 1.6.1?15:59
bobbojames_w: yeah it seems to make most sense at the moment as 1.7rc2 hasnt been released yet so it could be a while...15:59
bobboand im guessing the longer the release cycle, the more stuff gets changed which means less chance of it getting accepted by -release16:00
james_wwell once rc1 is out only a few things trickle in16:00
james_wI think 1.7 may be today or tomorrow16:00
james_wor is it 1.7rc2, I don't remember.16:00
bobbojames_w: ah didnt know that..i'll have a look and decide soonish but im still leaning towards doing 1.6.1 tbh16:01
james_wbobbo: I suggest we sync 1.6.1 from Debian after getting the exception, and then cherry pick those important fixes, what do you think?16:01
bobbojames_w: yeah, makes sense to me, I'll have a look at it in a bit (got some homework to do now). Thanks for your help!16:02
Laibschcoming back to gourmet, if I may.  The bug report is really a wishlist request to support importation from metakit based recipe collections16:04
LaibschGiven the fact that the last metakit version of gourmet is about three years old and the apparently sorry state of metakit in general, my motivation to support the switching over from metakit-based recipe collections borders on 0.16:04
james_wbobbo: great, thanks. Give me a shout if I can help with anything.16:05
james_wbobbo: and Thursday is Beta freeze, so getting it in before then would be a good idea I think16:05
bobbojames_w: ok, i'll try to get as much of it as possible done by tonight16:06
LaibschShould I leave the bug report open or set it to wontfix.  I guess the one to fix packaging would be me and I don't feel like doing it -> wontfix in that sense.  I won't prevent anyone else from supplying a patch, of course, this is not a conscious choice not to fix things -> not quite wontfix16:06
Laibschwontfix or leave open?16:06
azeemI'd think wontfix mostly applies if you think it's NOTABUG or something, but the submitter disagrees; or have otherwise technical reservations against fixing it16:07
james_wLaibsch: if Luis confirmed my suspicion I was going to suggest transforming the bug to be "fail more gracefully when metakit isn't available and the user has a metakit based database to import"16:08
james_wLaibsch: then there could be a second request to re-instate metakit in Ubuntu to allow these people to import.16:08
LaibschWell, it seems importation can be done16:08
LaibschI collected that information but apparently did not write it here16:09
LaibschLet me pastebin it16:09
LaibschWe could fail more gracefully and that would be easy enough to do16:10
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Lutingeser: sounds sane, thanks :) (re: LDFLAGS)16:30
RiddellAdri2000: ping17:19
Riddellbug 127496 you uploaded to hardy-proposed?  it needs a debdiff on the bug and approval by motu-sru17:20
ubottuLaunchpad bug 127496 in ngircd "ngircd will not uninstall or update" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/12749617:20
sistpoty|workRiddell: just from a glance, maybe the sru is at bug #85266?17:23
ubottuLaunchpad bug 85266 in ngircd "ngircd refuses to start automatically through sysv init" [Medium,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/8526617:23
Riddellsistpoty|work: mm, seems to be yes, how confusing17:26
* sistpoty|work decides to head home. cya17:53
saivannsiretart : If you have time, can you review and upload debdiff in bug 269725 ?18:41
ubottuLaunchpad bug 269725 in gnucash "gnucash: Obscuring windows after getting transactions with HBCI." [Unknown,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26972518:41
ubottuUbuntu bug 93849 in ffmpeg-debian "ffmpeg does not have AMR audio support" [Wishlist,Confirmed]18:41
jdongnow, how do we configure comment blocking in launchpad?18:41
jdongthis is the only good use of the digg style thumbs-up thumbs-down voting18:42
jdongdirecthex: more like fix my bug or I will write a pointless update and ping everyone on motumedia every week.18:47
directhexjdong, could be worse. i hear some relentless jackasses sit on IRC and insist 'merge my package or i'll spam you on irc'!18:50
jdongdirecthex: oh I've already stopped paying attention to IRC pings from unknown people18:50
jdongdirecthex: this is aggravating because I try to keep up on all my bugmail because I usually only subscribe to stuff I need to act upon18:51
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directhexjdong, i'm not spamming you, you're not a core-dev. not worth it ;)18:51
jdongand it certainly doesn't help that I have to open up that e-mail chain once every 3 days to see that he posted a survey or questionnaire about the bug.18:51
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Adri2000Riddell: pong, yes sorry, I didn't make everything clear in the changelog. actually this .2 upload fixes a bug discovered during .1's testing in -proposed, so I just continued the sru process on the same bug. thanks for accepting the upload though20:21
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fabrice_spHi. Can someone review, and ack if correct, my debdiff for bug #272263? Thanks20:40
ubottuLaunchpad bug 272263 in icedove-dispmua "icedove-dispmua: Package has a Depends on icedove (<= which cannot be satisfied in Intrepid" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/27226320:40
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* directhex is sad, his new work laptop is gonna be too new for intrepid22:08
NCommandersoren, ping22:26
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