asacunfortunately my new build donkey seems to be sick ... cc crashes during xul build :(00:05
asacmy guess is bad mem00:05
asaci dont get why sbuild doesnt work oob00:16
asaci think i had a good setup ... but then cc crashed :(00:16
ftaany particular place? not enough memory?00:17
asacshould be enough00:17
ftafor xul yes00:18
asacyah. its not really production ;)00:18
ftaproviding something else is not using it00:18
asacwant to try what i want00:18
asaci think i had problems with APIC00:19
asachad crashes in mkinitrd stuff00:19
asacits now off00:19
ftasmells bad00:19
asaclets see if pbuilder makes its way through00:20
asacif not i give up and dump this shit ;)00:20
asacok lets see ... soon we'll know00:21
ftaoh, a new gcc 4.2 just arrived00:23
ftagasp, no mouse00:26
ftathey upgraded udev00:26
ftai guess i should not delay the reboot any longer00:27
ftagrr, my eth interface jumped from eth0 to eth100:38
asacNM would work then ;)00:43
asachttp://paste.ubuntu.com/103337/ :(00:49
asaci think i have to do a memcheck or something00:49
asactrying hardy pbuilder too00:50
ftaif it always dies at the same place, it may not be your memory00:51
asacnot the same place, but always in js/ so far ;)00:53
asacso pretty quick00:53
asacalso thats intrepid00:53
asaccant be that broken :)00:53
ftaasac, build with CC="gcc -v -save-temps" and pray ;)00:55
asacsame place but on hardy00:58
asacstrange but certainly not cc fault then00:58
* asac wonderes whether he enabled power-speed mode in bios by accident00:58
asactoo bad that there is no GPU in there now :(00:59
ftabug 31591601:01
ubottuLaunchpad bug 315916 in xft "Tabs and links lose antialiasing in Firefox" [Undecided,New] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31591601:01
asacok off for now01:10
dolskefta: is http://www.sofaraway.org/ubuntu/tmp/mozcentral-commits.png yours? that's mozilla-central commits per day?02:03
ftadolske, yes, yes02:03
* dolske guesses the big spikes line up with the betas. :)02:04
fta2007-08-21 14202:05
fta2007-11-06 14002:05
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fabrice_spHi. Fixing a bug in an extension package, I found that line in install file:05:43
fabrice_spdebian/mozilla-noscript.js usr/share/iceweasel/greprefs/05:43
fabrice_spShould it be debian/mozilla-noscript.js usr/share/firefox/greprefs/ for us?05:43
fabrice_spor with Firefox 3, it should go in another place?05:44
AnAntHello, is there a way to provide an alternate firefox homepage URL ? There used to be a firefox-homepage alternate in Hardy I think08:27
asacfabrice_sp: is that a file the user wants to configure?10:34
asachmm latest ati driver somehow brought back "corruption" of tiled backgrounds when running XAA10:37
fabrice_spthis is the content of this file: pref("extensions.{73a6fe31-595d-460b-a920-fcc0f8843232}.update.enabled", false);10:37
asacAnAnt: are you in hardy?10:37
fabrice_spso it's a user configuration (no update of the plugin)10:38
asacfabrice_sp: you can ignore that10:38
asacalternatively you can add that info to the install.rdf10:38
asacfabrice_sp: its a global config probably previously used to prevent updates of the extension10:38
fabrice_spok. So I'll delete the installation and the link, then10:38
asacfabrice_sp: is that extension also installed for iceape/seamonkey?10:40
fabrice_spseamonkey, yes10:41
fabrice_spasac, it's mozilla-noscript10:41
asacfabrice_sp: you might want to keep it for that then ... but not for ffox10:42
AnAntasac: no, intrepid10:43
fabrice_spasac, this script in not used for iceape/seamonkey. Only for iceweasel (in this install file).10:45
fabrice_spfyi, I'm working on bug #26095510:46
ubottuLaunchpad bug 260955 in mozilla-noscript "noscript does not work for seamonkey" [Undecided,In progress] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26095510:46
fabrice_spand it's because at some point, a merger forgot to change iceape reference to seamonkey in links, postrm and postinst files10:48
asacsorry reconnect10:48
asac11:48 < fabrice_sp> and it's because at some point, a merger forgot to change iceape reference to seamonkey in links, postrm and  postinst files10:48
asac11:48 < asac> fabrice_sp: ok. i would suggest to drop it. its for ffox 2 anyway (judging from path)10:49
asacyeah. i would suggest that you fix the saemonkey stuff and leave the rest alone then ;)10:49
asacif you want you can cleanup stuff and remove all /usr/share/firefox/ /usr/lib/firefox/ stuff10:49
asacbut well10:50
asacfabrice_sp: where is the extension installed to?10:50
AnAntasac: no, I am using intrepid now10:50
fabrice_spand links is done with usr/lib/firefox-addons so it sounds good10:51
asac11:46 < asac> AnAnt: then look at that file ;)10:51
asacAnAnt: /usr/share/doc/ubufox/example-homepage.properties ... that is an example and explains how to enable the example10:51
asacfabrice_sp: yeah. but where are the links installed to?10:51
fabrice_spso it's ok, right?10:52
asacall fine then10:52
asacfabrice_sp: are there still references to usr/lib/firefox/ `10:52
asace.g. links et al?10:52
fabrice_spI haven't seen any, but I'll check again10:53
fabrice_spno, none10:53
asacjcastro: gwibber looses blogs when you send during reconnect (while being offiline) ... guess thats known?10:54
asacfabrice_sp: yes its ok. just dont push anything to /usr/lib/firefox/... (e.g. like the greprefs thing)10:54
fabrice_spanyway, I will attach my debdiff to the bug report, so you will be able to verify it's ok10:55
asacfabrice_sp: thanks. let us know when you attached so we can look more timely; also ask Jazzva for review too (in case i am not here)10:56
fabrice_spok. Thanks for your answer and your time!10:57
asac*sigh* my connection feels shaky again10:57
asaci *hate* my provider again10:57
fabrice_spI have the same feeling... (at least one drop per hour... :-( )11:04
fabrice_spI've just subscribed mozillateam to Bug #260955, so it's up to you11:05
ubottuLaunchpad bug 260955 in mozilla-noscript "noscript does not work for seamonkey" [Undecided,Confirmed] https://launchpad.net/bugs/26095511:05
fabrice_spby the way, How to you succed in not loosing any comments?11:05
asacin bug tracker?11:05
fabrice_spno, in irc11:07
fabrice_spwhen I get connection inestability, I loose 15 minutes each time11:07
asacthis reconnect was strange11:07
asacit was really quick (e.g. i received a message in the same minute where my irssi reconnected)11:08
asacusually it takes ~4min for irssi to reconnect11:08
AnAntasac: I don't get it, how can that be an alternative that can be used by a package ?11:08
asacbut i notice it earlier11:08
asacand /reconnect ;)11:08
asacAnAnt: its not an alternative. its how you configure it as an admin11:09
fabrice_spI really thought you knew some trick :-)11:11
asacfabrice_sp: why does it take 15 minutes for you?11:11
asacthe physical reconnect takes 1 minute or less here11:11
asacits just that irssi doesnt notice phyiscal connects and waits for timeouts11:11
fabrice_spdon't know: I'm using xchat, and I have gap of 15 minutes.11:12
fabrice_spSounds like some kind of itmeout to fix11:12
asacfabrice_sp: dont you notice that you are disconnected?11:12
asaccant you force xchat to reconnect?11:12
AnAntasac: doesn't work11:13
fabrice_spyes I can, but as I am doing other things, I almost never notice that I got disconnected11:13
asacAnAnt: what doesnt work?11:13
fabrice_spsorry for this OT :-)11:13
asacyeah. then probably a timeout thing11:13
asacno problem ;)11:13
AnAntasac: oops, sorry11:14
asacthe example should work ;)11:15
AnAntasac: ok, I done this, copied /etc/firefox-3.0/pref/ubufox.js to  /etc/firefox-3.0/pref/my.js11:17
AnAntasac: and I uncommented the pref("browser.startup.homepage...) line in my.js11:17
AnAntbut that didn't work11:17
AnAntit worked when I uncommented it in ubufox.js11:17
asacAnAnt: disable ubufox in tools -> addons ... restart; i guess your my.js is used then?11:18
AnAntyup, that worked, but why ?11:19
asacbecause ubufox overloads the homepage pref. so your pref isnt used11:19
asacso what a package would have to do is somewhat ugly (the current system had admins in mind)11:19
asacplace a .js in /usr/share/ubufox/defaults/preferences/11:20
AnAntand ?11:20
asacand in /usr/firefox-3.0/pref/my.js11:20
asactake care that the link you place in /usr/share/ubufox/defaults/preferences/ is read first (lex ordered)11:21
asacthe aaa_* stuff is a hack that allows admins to configure stuff even though ubufox is installed11:21
asaci dont really see why packages would want to set the homepage though11:22
asacwhats the use-case?11:22
asacis that an extension=11:22
AnAntasac: nope, a distro based on Ubuntu11:22
asacAnAnt: so you binary copy our files and just add new ones?11:22
asacAnAnt: otherwise i would suggest to main ubufox downstream11:23
asacits easy to track as all is in bzr.11:23
asacso you just doa bzr merge ...11:23
asacthen add a new changelog entry on top and push that to your distro11:23
asacmaintaining a diff for xul or firefox wouldnt be a good idea11:24
asactoo much work unless you have someone dedicated doing ffox/xul security updates11:24
asacbut ubufox should be simple and doesnt receive many stable -updates or even -security stuff11:24
AnAnthmmm, I prefer that .js solution11:25
asacsoudns rogue11:25
AnAntso I should place the my.js in /usr/share/ubufox/defaults/preferences/ ?11:25
AnAntrogue=bad ?11:26
asacAnAnt: yes, but name it 300$DISTRO_NAME-homepage.js in there11:26
asacits important that admins can still overrule that by editing the /etc/firefox-3.0/ preferences11:27
asacAnAnt: ^^11:27
asactest that the example still works11:27
asacif it does then all is fine11:27
asacAnAnt: not really bad, but not really nice  either ;)11:27
AnAntyou mean /etc/firefox-3.0/pref/firefox.js ?11:29
asacAnAnt: like what the example says11:30
asacif that example still works all is fine11:30
AnAntworks !11:32
asacwelcome ...11:32
asacAnAnt: why is maintaining a diff of ubufox too much?11:32
asac(just curious)11:32
AnAntasac: because I am trying to make the distro in Ubuntu repos11:33
asacAnAnt: what distro is that?11:34
AnAntasac: ubuntume11:34
asacwhat purpose?11:34
asace.g. focus?11:34
AnAntit adds some software that muslims would need11:35
asaci would suggest to take a different name. ubuntu is a trademark after all ;)11:36
asacanyway. good11:36
asacAnAnt: do you use GNOME?11:36
AnAntasac: yup11:36
asacAnAnt: do you change /etc/lsb-release or is there some other way to identify your distro at runtime?11:37
AnAntno, I don't change /etc/lsb-release11:38
AnAntexcept for the default artwork & installation, I don't think there's another way to identify distro at runtime11:38
asaci think you should adjust lsb-release and file bugs if that causes issues11:39
asacyou should be able to use a different CODENAME at least11:40
asace.g. jaunty-me11:40
AnAntwhat issues do you mean?11:41
asaci would file bugs if i knew about issues11:41
asacnot sure. maybe some software relies on some value in there11:41
asacbut i hope not11:41
asacrely==if its changed it breaks11:41
AnAntasac: ok, how does ubufox does the following: when the machine is offline, it displays a local homepage11:44
asacAnAnt: it has a startpage that tries to get the homepage and if it doesnt succeed in a few seconds it forces local page11:45
AnAntin /usr/share/ubufox/chrome/ubufox.jar ?11:48
AnAntaha, found it11:50
asacAnAnt: i would suggest to use the bzr branch11:52
asacand maiintain your own ubufox11:55
asacuse a different name11:55
asacOTOH i could understand if you dont want to put work into that11:55
asacif ubufox needs more hooks or features let me know ;)11:55
asacreconnect again ;)11:58
asac12:50 < AnAnt> aha, found it11:58
asac12:52 < asac> AnAnt: i would suggest to use the bzr branch11:59
asac12:53 < asac> and maiintain your own ubufox11:59
asac12:53 < asac> use a different name11:59
asac12:54 < asac> OTOH i could understand if you dont want to put work into that11:59
asac12:54 < asac> if ubufox needs more hooks or features let me know ;)11:59
AnAntyeah, I got those , thanks12:01
AnAntasac: this startpage.html doesn't work except from inside a jar file ?12:21
AnAntasac: I tried to make a start page similar to ubufox's startpage.html12:46
AnAntI got this when I load it though: Permission denied to get property XPCComponents.classes12:47
asacAnAnt: it needs to be chrome12:49
asacso in jar would help12:49
asac64 bytes from fx-in-f104.google.com ( icmp_seq=3 ttl=244 time=5460 ms12:53
asacmassive provider suckage12:53
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ubottuCurrent time in Etc/UTC: January 11 2009, 13:03:16 - Next meeting: Server Team in 2 days13:03
AnAntasac: ok, how does chrome://ubufox point to /usr/share/ubufox/chrome/ubufox.jar ?13:04
asacfta: http://identi.ca/notice/177522913:04
asacAnAnt: what do you want to change?13:04
AnAntasac: I want to make a chrome://ubuntume for example13:05
asacAnAnt: you need to main your own ubufox then ;) ... thats what i am telling you13:05
asaci am gone now for a while too ;) (3 hours i guess)13:05
asacAnAnt: ls -l /usr/share/ubuntu-artwork/home/index.html13:09
asaclrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 34 2008-03-13 18:21 /usr/share/ubuntu-artwork/home/index.html -> /etc/alternatives/firefox-homepage13:09
asacso seems like it uses the firefox-homepage alternative for the OFFLINE page still13:10
asacgive it a try13:10
AnAntasac: I tried that alternative,but it  doesn't work13:29
whiteasac: how is xulrunner coming along? :)13:31
asacAnAnt: ls -l /usr/share/ubuntu-artwork/home/locales13:32
asaclrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 42 2008-03-13 18:21 /usr/share/ubuntu-artwork/home/locales -> /etc/alternatives/firefox-homepage-locales13:32
asacyou need that i think13:32
AnAntasac: would that work even if ubufox is in use ?13:33
asacAnAnt: thats used for OFFLINE case13:33
asacAnAnt: online case is still as discussed before13:34
asacif a locale is not found it will fall back to the other alternative13:34
asacAnAnt: thats the code that figures the offline page: http://paste.ubuntu.com/103520/13:35
AnAntyes, I saw it in startpage.html13:35
AnAntbut I don't think that the firefox-homepage is used anymore13:36
AnAntit used to work for a while, until ubufox was here13:36
AnAntwhat I see, is that homepage is set to startpage.html13:37
AnAntand startpage.html contains the URLs for both ONLINE & OFFLINE pages13:37
AnAnthence there is no use for firefox-homepage nor firefox-homepage-locales13:37
asacAnAnt: its used as the final fallback13:39
asace.g. not ONLINE + locale doesnt exist in /etc/alternatives/firefox-homepage-locales pointed directory13:39
asacif both happen the firefox-homepage is used13:39
asacAnAnt: OFFLINE page points to /usr/share/ubuntu-artwork/home/locales ... if you want to put something else there you can repoint that13:39
asacotherwise you need to fork ubuntu-docs package i guess13:40
AnAntI see13:41
ftaasac, http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=103069313:43
asacfta: asked something13:47
whiteasac: seen http://cve.mitre.org/cgi-bin/cvename.cgi?name=CVE-2009-0071 yet?13:56
ftaasac, http://identi.ca/fta14:28
jcastroasac: I don't think that's a known bug (the gwibber one), can you report it?15:56
ftajcastro, is there a doc for the syntax of messages? I'm new to this so i'm not sure how to refer to people, tags, add urls, etc..16:06
jcastrofta: yeah, people are @name and tags are #tags.16:07
jcastrothat's about it16:07
ftajcastro, and url?16:08
jcastroyou just dump them in there16:08
jcastrothere is a preference for autoshortening them16:08
jcastroyou probably want that enabled16:08
jcastrofta: I follow a bunch of OSS people if you want to start off with a list: http://identi.ca/jorge16:09
ftajcastro, yep, saw that, 340+ subscriptions! aren't you flooded by messages?16:12
jcastroI kinda keep gwibber on the end of a 2nd monitor, so I don't really pay attention to each message, I let it just flow by16:12
jcastroonce in a while I check the replies to see if someone is messaging me directly16:12
jcastropeople ebb and flow with posting though so it's not so bad16:13
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ftajcastro, would be nice if Gwibber was able to register itself in the gnome session so it starts automatically on login16:48
jcastroyeah that would be nice16:53
jcastroryan is always busy with stuff though, it only recently got translations and things like that16:53
jcastrobut it's coming along16:53
asacfta: cool ... cany ou use #ubuntumozilla for mozillateam stuff?17:08
asachopefully we can assemble some kind of report for team more easily from that :)17:08
asacjcastro: to start it in session is just a .desktop file17:09
asacjcastro: you could do that ;)17:09
asacjcastro: look at /etc/xdg/autostart/nm-applet.desktop17:10
asacship something similar for gwibber in package and ask upstream to do that on make install too ;)17:10
ftacool, liferea should do that too17:11
ftamaybe xchat too17:11
asacfta: yep.17:12
asacfta: i think it can be disbled by default ... in that way users can just enable it by flagging it in preferences -> sessions17:12
asacso it should definitlyb e shipped ... whether enabled/or disabled by default depends on whether users start complaining ;)17:13
ubottuCurrent time in Etc/UTC: January 11 2009, 17:14:21 - Next meeting: Server Team in 1 day17:14
asac(still here?)17:14
asacthanks ubottu17:14
asacmy ping topped 4 seconds now17:15
asacnot sure if a router reset will help ... alredy did that 10 hours ago :(17:15
* asac resets all net stuff again :(17:24
ftaasac, jcastro, my gwibber is broken, i keep getting http errors 401: unauthorized. any idea?17:26
ftastarted about 1 hour ago17:26
ftahm, maybe my refresh time is too fast17:27
ftaasac, X-GNOME-Autostart-enabled=false17:28
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asac_hmm ... net seems a bit better now17:42
asac_lets see how long that last17:42
whiteasac_: how is xulrunner coming? Do you need anything? :)17:48
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asacwhite: whats the currently released version?18:05
asacseems so18:06
asacfta: http://ubuntuforums.org/showpost.php?p=6533954&postcount=518:19
asacregression ;)18:20
asacxmaintainers probably blindly dropped the patch i added in hardy (or was it intrepid?)18:20
asaci think hardy even18:20
asaci dont understand why they think that Xaa is now fixed ;)18:21
asacthis must have been done without much thinking ;)18:22
asacseems the offscreen patch became a victim of a patch cleanup18:28
asacseems they thought it was irrelevant18:28
asacseems like the xaa issue was fixed in debian before we found how to fix it ... we just didnt ship the patch18:29
asacnow it was dropped again ... let me check whether its in debian or something18:29
asac!info xorg-server18:30
ubottuPackage xorg-server does not exist in intrepid18:30
asac!source xorg-server18:30
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)18:30
asac!source xserver-xorg-dev18:30
ubottuError: I am only a bot, please don't think I'm intelligent :)18:30
asac!info xserver-xorg-dev18:30
ubottuxserver-xorg-dev (source: xorg-server): Xorg X server - development files. In component main, is optional. Version 2:1.5.2-2ubuntu3 (intrepid), package size 818 kB, installed size 2212 kB18:30
fta!info xserver-xorg18:30
ubottuxserver-xorg (source: xorg): the X.Org X server. In component main, is optional. Version 1:7.4~5ubuntu3 (intrepid), package size 189 kB, installed size 648 kB18:30
asaclaunchpad doesnt know about the package :(18:30
asacthere is a source package xorg-server18:30
asacbut launchpad lies18:31
asacand doesnt show it for whatever reason18:31
asacSource: xorg-server18:31
asacSection: x1118:31
asacPriority: optional18:31
fta!info xorg18:31
ubottuxorg (source: xorg): X.Org X Window System. In component main, is optional. Version 1:7.4~5ubuntu3 (intrepid), package size 1 kB, installed size 24 kB18:31
asacxorg-server (2: jaunty; urgency=low18:31
asac  * 155_dix-don-t-set-the-child-window-for-non-virtual-Enter-Leave-events.patch18:31
asac    + Fixes issue where mouse cursor in Firefox blinks when hovering over URLs.18:31
asacfta: its not xorg ;)18:31
asacsee above ;)18:31
asacits definitly its own package18:31
asacha ;)18:31
asaci always mistyped18:31
asacso it was killed in intrepid18:32
asacseems rightfully as i didnt have the regression there18:32
asacand now upstream somehow flipped this option back18:32
asacwhat a mess18:33
asaclooked at source ... they are again using XaaNoOffscreenPixmaps instead of XaaOffscreenPixmaps (which was the new one used)18:33
ftaThe following packages will be upgraded:  libnspr4-0d libnss3-0d libnss3-1d libnss3-tools watershed <=== lol18:34
asacany problems?18:35
asaci wait a bit for this to digest and then push all rdepends. if you want to take the universe ones let me know ;)18:35
ftawhy 3.12.2~rc1 ? is it still rc1 after so many months?18:36
asacnot sure ... thats what i have here ;)18:36
asacwe can go on from there18:36
asacnss-3.12.tar.gz17-Jun-2008 17:36 NickServ 4.9M18:37
asacthere is no 3.12.2 @ http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/security/nss/releases/18:38
asaci will ask kaie18:38
asac(if i remember)18:38
asacso seems like18:39
asacno RTM there18:39
asacprobably they undergo some certifications and want to wait until they get thumbs up from there18:39
asacbug 31613618:48
ubottuLaunchpad bug 316136 in xorg-server "Xaa Offscreen Pixmaps regression" [High,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/31613618:48
asacgood stuff ... so nspr is built everywhere18:54
asacnow lets wait till nss catches those armel and ia64 bits and then the rest can be done without bumping build-depends lower bounds i guess18:54
ftaasac, no problem with ff3.2 after the upgrade19:13
asacthough i think you already have that transition in your ppa ;)19:13
asacdont you?19:13
asacfta: check with ldd on firefox wehther it points to the versioned or not versioned nss/nspr19:13
asacyeah still. i think all is fine19:14
asaci am using a bunch of stuff from the archive and had nss installed for quite a while19:14
asacnever had any issue19:14
asacfta: lsof is for sure19:16
asacldd is what i wonder abvout19:16
asacor make objdump -x /path/to/libxul.so | grep REQUIRE19:16
asacerr NEEDED19:16
asacmaybe you have xul from the archive? you should see the versioned stuff there19:16
asacobjdump -x /usr/lib/xulrunner- | grep libnspr NEEDED               libnspr4.so.0d19:16
asacbut objdump -x /usr/lib/xulrunner-1.9.1b2/libxul.so | grep libnsp NEEDED               libnspr4.so19:17
ftafta@ix:~ $ ldd /usr/lib/xulrunner-1.9.2a1pre/libxul.so | grep nss19:17
fta        libnss3.so => /usr/lib/libnss3.so (0xb71ae000)19:17
fta        libnssutil3.so => /usr/lib/libnssutil3.so (0xb7196000)19:17
asacyeah 1.9.2 only exists in your archive ;)19:17
asacNEEDED probably points to unversioned SONAME too19:17
asacand i use ffox 3.0 all the time ... so seems fine19:18
ftabut it was build with an nss with a soname19:18
asacobjdump -x /usr/lib/xulrunner- | grep libnss NEEDED               libnss3.so.1d NEEDED               libnssutil3.so.1d required from libnssutil3.so.1d: required from libnss3.so.1d:19:18
asacfta: which 1.9.2? i doubt it19:18
asacyou have that build in your ppa for quite some time19:18
asacgood sign that you didnt notice ;)19:18
asacmeans it is a perfect transition ;) (so far)19:19
ftai reverted the nss change a while ago19:19
ftayou just re-added it19:19
asacit was in bzr for ages ;)19:19
asaci only baked a release today19:19
ftait was in bzr but i didn't update it in my ppa since you re-added it19:21
asacfta: i remember that i asked you to update it19:25
asacand you did it19:25
asacfta: http://launchpadlibrarian.net/20032831/nspr_4.7.3-0ubuntu1~fta1_4.7.3-0ubuntu1~fta2.diff.gz19:25
asacthose are definitl the builds with dropped soname patch19:26
asacbut given that that was end of november i guess it can easily be forgotten ;)19:27
asaci wonder if anyone would risk to upgrade xulrunner from gutsy to latest :/19:27
asacthat would be ~15 releases at once19:28
asac!info xulrunner19:28
ubottuxulrunner (source: xulrunner): XUL + XPCOM application runner. In component universe, is optional. Version (intrepid), package size 279 kB, installed size 1020 kB19:28
asac!info xulrunner gutsy19:28
ubottuxulrunner (source: xulrunner): XUL + XPCOM application runner. In component universe, is optional. Version (gutsy), package size 273 kB, installed size 980 kB19:28
fta  * RELEASE 3.12.2~rc1-0ubuntu1~fta2 to jaunty/ppa19:28
fta    - merge with nss.head #8919:28
ftaso you're right19:28
asacyeah ;)19:28
asacwhat matters is that now it has happened in real archive ;)19:28
asachmm why is it still in jaunty?19:30
asac!info xulrunner jaunty19:30
ubottuxulrunner (source: xulrunner): XUL + XPCOM application runner. In component universe, is optional. Version (jaunty), package size 279 kB, installed size 1020 kB19:30
asac!info-rdepends xulrunner jaunty ;)19:30
ubottuxulrunner is not a valid distribution ['dapper', 'gutsy', 'gutsy-backports', 'hardy', 'hardy-backports', 'intrepid', 'intrepid-backports', 'jaunty', 'jaunty-backports', 'kde4-ppa', 'kubuntu-members-kde4', 'medibuntu', 'partner']19:30
asachmm eclipse19:31
asac!info libmozillainterfaces-java19:32
ubottulibmozillainterfaces-java (source: xulrunner): XPCOM bindings for Java. In component universe, is extra. Version (intrepid), package size 1299 kB, installed size 1692 kB19:32
asacok thats from xulrunner19:32
asac!info libswt3.2-gtk-jni19:32
ubottulibswt3.2-gtk-jni (source: eclipse): Platform dependent files for libswt3.2-gtk-java. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.2.2-5ubuntu2 (intrepid), package size 206 kB, installed size 828 kB19:32
asacdamn mobile-basic-flash still isnt built against xul 1.919:32
asac!info libswt3.2-gtk-jni19:32
ubottulibswt3.2-gtk-jni (source: eclipse): Platform dependent files for libswt3.2-gtk-java. In component universe, is optional. Version 3.2.2-5ubuntu2 (intrepid), package size 206 kB, installed size 828 kB19:32
asac!info mobile-basic-flash19:32
ubottumobile-basic-flash (source: mobile-basic-flash): Home applet for Hildon. In component universe, is extra. Version 0.44-0ubuntu1 (intrepid), package size 769 kB, installed size 1020 kB19:32
asac!info libjdic-bin19:33
ubottulibjdic-bin (source: libjdic-java): JDesktop Integration Components. In component multiverse, is optional. Version 0.0.20060613-8ubuntu2 (intrepid), package size 52 kB, installed size 180 kB19:33
asacwhite: xul upload started. can you please check evolution if you have a native etch install? testing secure connections would be good20:07
asacwill probably take 30 minutes or more to upload ;)20:07
asacso be patient20:07
whiteasac: i'll start testing with democracyplayer :)20:12
asacwhite: the more you test the better20:12
asacwhite: main prob with evo is that it cannot be run in my chroot here20:13
asacprobably some dbus issues20:13
asacnative install or VM helps for evo testing20:13
asacwhite: Successfully uploaded packages.20:31
asacNot running dinstall.20:31
whiteasac: cheers20:33
ftaasac, why is our python-xpcom still using 1.8.1 and not 1.9++ ?21:05
whiteasac: http://security-tracker.debian.net/tracker/status/release/stable shows other CVEs supposedly unfixed but affecting current xulrunner. Did you have a look through them?21:09
ftajcastro, do you know if debian has an openkomodo package somewhere? I just see a RFP21:25
jcastroI can't find anything fta21:29
ftaasac, oh, python-xpcom is part of xulrunner. damn, we should add it too21:29
ftajcastro, ok, thanks.21:29
ftajcastro, i may give it a try, if i have enough time and stamina to fix our python xpcom21:34
jcastroso hey, I think this microblogging thing is a good way to let people know what's going on21:37
ftajcastro, i don't want to announce things there before i even start working on them21:38
ftajcastro, and btw, my gwibber is still broken, unusable :(21:39
jcastrowhat happened?21:42
ftano idea21:42
jcastrodoes it spit anything out to the console?21:43
ftayes, HTTPError: HTTP Error 401: Unauthorized21:43
ftaI posted once, no problem, got a few lines from others, then it broke21:43
jcastroI'll ask him21:44
jcastrolet me know if it resolves itself, I get those sometimes from identica21:44
ftait's been like that for 5h+21:45
ftathe web is ok so my login is not blocked21:46
jcastrofta: is that in the error window or on the console? (that error message)21:50
ftanothing in the main window21:51
ftai mean, it's in the Error window21:51
ftai also get a Sign at the bottom right of the main window21:51
ftanothing in the shell/terminal21:52
jcastrodouble click the item in the error window21:53
jcastrofta: I am stepping out for a bit, bbl21:54
ftajcastro, http://paste.ubuntu.com/103656/21:54
ftajcastro, from the network: http://paste.ubuntu.com/103659/21:56
jcastrooh oh22:02
jcastroyou need to make an account on identica22:02
jcastroyou can't use the api with openid iirc22:02
ftaeh? how come it worked for a couple of hours then? and btw, I have an account on identica, that's what i put in gwibber22:04
ftaI checked the Authorization: Basic stuff, it's the right one22:05
asacwhite: CVE-2007-3074 fixed in
asacCVE-2007-3144 - no clue ... probably a mitre thing. whats the firefox status for this?23:22
asacCVE-2007-3827 - same here23:23
asacCVE-2008-0420 - fixed1.8.0.15 (see bug)23:23
asacCVE-2008-4063 - firefox 3/xulrunner 1.9 only part of the mfsa-2008-42 -> not affected23:25
asacCVE-2008-4064 - same here23:26
asacCVE-2008-5019 - browser only thing (session restore) -> not affected23:27
asacCVE-2008-5504 - code is only on 1.8.1 branch or above -> not affected23:28
whiteasac: you are really handy, did I ever say that? :)23:29
ftai need to ship a better automation.py than the one in _test/ which is not meant to be used outside of the build tree :(23:29
asacCVE-2008-5510 - thats mfsa2008-67 ... its the one not backported in this patchset -> pleas kick me to backport it regularly23:30
asacwhite: isnt 451680 in the patchset?23:31
whiteasac: i was just pointing you to the tracker, it includes the iussues handled in this round as well23:32
asacso the 5512 one is 370461 and 45331023:32
whiteso don't take it as a list of missing items :)23:32
asacwhite: yes. i left those out that are in changelog23:32
asacso i think 5512 is fixed too23:32
asacin xulrunner23:32
asacoh dump me ;)23:32
asacits already in there23:32
asacso CVE-2008-5511 is the question here ;)23:33
asaclets see23:33
whiteasac: if CVE-2008-0420 was already fixed in a previous DSA, shouldn't I be able to find it in a changelog entry?23:33
asacits fixed23:33
asac(5512 that is)23:33
asacwhite: not sure. there might be glitches. its one of those bugs that have been fixed in CVS even23:34
asacso its not in the patchset anymore23:34
asaccould be that CVE id changed ... you never know ;)23:34
whiteasac: CVE ids don't change :)23:34
asacthey do23:35
whiteasac: i am just wondering what I can write in the tracker :)23:35
asacwell ... they might have issued a new one23:35
asacand found that there exists an older one23:35
whiteasac: they rarely get adjusted, but once a CVE is given it stays. If it is a wrong issue, it get's rejected23:35
asaci think mitre is finally smart enough to not go through bugzilla anymore and assign random IDs to issues they dont understand ;)23:35
whiteasac: yeah that happens23:35
asacbut they did ;)23:35
whitei agree that in case of such large packages like mozilla stuff it gets very confusing :/23:36
whiteasac: that's why i'm happy to have an active developer there ;)23:36
asacnot sure why we left out mfsa 2008-0723:37
asacwe have -06 and -0823:37
asacthe code seems to apply23:37
asacanyway, our CVS snapshot is 080614 ... and this was committed in march23:40
asacso all in ther23:40
asacwhite: i thinks thats all23:40
asacso one CVE still open23:40
asacin future you should really not add something there that doesnt have a MFSA ;)23:40
asaci mean documented ;)23:40
whiteasac: so for CVE-2008-0420 I'll just write that it doesn't affect etch, because it was fixed in the standard etch version?23:43
whiteasac: or was it silently fixed in the last DSA?23:43
asacwhite: no let me check ;)23:44
asacit was definitly fixed in (because snapshot was taken 23rd march and commit happend on 12th)23:45
asacbut more likely it was fixed in the release where it belongs to:23:46
asac(-06 and -08 are in there)23:46
asacbut i cannot tell without looking at that package (and i dont have it i think)23:46
asacwhite: ok23:49
asacso as i said:23:49
asacmoz-$ ls *408*23:49
asacthats http://people.ubuntu.com/~asac/mozilla-security/
asacwhich is
asac(aka the release when mfsa-2008-07 was disclosed)23:50
asacso this was also a perfect fix ;)23:50
asachttps://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=408076 -> fixed by https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=408256 ;) (a bit confusing)23:51
ubottuMozilla bug 408076 in ImageLib "out of bounds read in BMP decoder can lead to information disclosure" [Critical,Resolved: fixed]23:51
whiteasac: so i'll leave CVE-2007-3144 and CVE-2007-3827 for now, right?23:51
asacwhite: CVEs that dont even have a mozilla bug are bogus and should be marked invalid23:52
asacCVE-2007-3144 -> invalid23:52
asacCVE-2007-3827 -> invalid ;)23:53
asaci can ask josh to get that done23:53
whiteasac: CVE-2007-3827 has https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=388097 as a reference23:59
ubottuMozilla bug 388097 in Networking: Cookies "null-domain cookies possible (malicious cookie swapping)" [Minor,New]23:59
whitejust to let you know :)23:59

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