maxbThere isn't a command line tool to copy packages between distroseries in a PPA is there?00:35
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stgraberif someone happens to still be around, can you please fix: https://edge.launchpad.net/+builds/actinium ?02:35
brunoqcwhen building deb packages with launchpad, is there a way to force the build to use a lib not included in intrepid yet?02:42
EdwinGrubbsbrunoqc: you can either build the dependency in your ppa first, or you can make your ppa depend on another ppa that contains the lib. https://help.launchpad.net/Packaging/PPA#Dependencies03:04
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brunoqcEdwinGrubbs: do I need to force the version number with "Build-Depends" or launchpad will take the newest package available?03:07
maxbbrunoqc: a version restricted Build-Depends will only make the build fail if it can't be satisfied, it won't influence which version is chosen03:19
brunoqcmaxb: ok, I'll check, thanks both!03:19
enkrates794I filed a bug for bazaar about a week ago and got a response asking for more info. I provided the info, but I'm not sure if I should do something else in launchpad to get a further response. Could someone take a look at the bug and let me know if I've missed something? I'm not certain that I understand the procedure. https://bugs.launchpad.net/bzr/+bug/31619604:09
ubottuLaunchpad bug 316196 in bzr "Error adding iTunes library on OSX" [Undecided,Confirmed]04:09
mtaylorstatik: ping04:50
statikmtaylor: hi04:51
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hyperairhi. i noticed launchpad ppas were signed recently? how dyou add the keys?09:09
hyperairi mean apart from manually copying the keyring block and running apt-key add -09:09
hyperairis there a link to download the public part of the key?09:10
bigjoolsyou need import the key from keyserver.ubuntu.com09:10
hyperairbigjools: how09:10
hyperairi'd like to get a one-liner command, so i can put it on the PPA description as instructions09:11
bigjoolsI personally use gpg --import, re-export it to a file and then apt-key add09:11
bigjoolsThere's no real one-liner (unless someone knows better than I).  We're going to work on a more automated way of doing it in the future using auto-generated packages that install the right bits.09:12
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wgrantCan somebody please kick Loggerhead?11:35
jtv2wgrant: I'm asking around, hang on.  Meanwhile, is it a global problem?  Or something specific to one project/package?11:39
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wgrantjtv2: It seems to be working again now.11:43
jtv3wgrant: oh, ok :)11:51
wgrantjtv3: You're multiplying!11:52
wgrantBut thanks.11:53
jtv3wgrant: yeah, hoping to graduate to divisions next week11:53
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wgrantUm, guys, how much of Launchpad is actually going to be open by the time you get around to opening it?11:56
wgrantFirst it's all of it, then it's all except Soyuz, now it's all except Soyuz and Code...11:56
frk2hi all12:08
frk2i was wondering how LP does the 'commit/push' notification12:08
frk2i have established a 'shared repository' system myself and am trying to do it using bzr-email but it does not work12:08
jtv2frk2: you're right in that gap of the day where nobody from that team is available.  You could file a question for launchpad-bazaar.12:16
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frk2i hear you12:17
jtvfrk2: you can do that at https://answers.launchpad.net/launchpad-bazaar12:18
wgrantjtv: Wouldn't that reveal some of 'Canonical's "secret sauce" in business areas that [you] care a lot about'?12:18
elmowgrant: dude, why are you being snarky to random LP devs12:19
jtvwgrant: sorry, missed what you said earlier...  I can ask someone who's more directly connected with the source release to answer anything that's not publicly documented, if you like.  I have a vague memory of there being things we can't license to others, but emphasis on vague.  :)12:20
elmowgrant: if you want to be snarky to someone, at least have the decency to address it to the folks making the decisions at that level12:20
jtvelmo: am I random?  :-)12:20
wgrantelmo: He's CHR, but you have a point.12:20
elmojtv: in as much as you're not involved in code or have decision making power (AFAIK) in terms of the open-sourcing process, yeah.  no offence intended12:21
jtvelmo: none taken, naturally.  :)12:21
elmo(code.lp.net I mean, obviously)12:21
wgrantelmo: It hasn't been disclosed who is making these decisions.12:22
wgrantJust that you're releasing all of LP except not.12:22
bigjoolsit's amazing how stuff is opening up, yet there are still people complaining12:24
jtvbigjools: according to my high-school history classes, revolutions happen when things get better because expectations rise faster.  :-)12:24
bigjoolsjtv: some countries are measured in RPM12:25
wgrantbigjools: It is better than nothing, but it is not what we were told was happening.12:25
elmowgrant: off hand, I don't actually know myself (since I'm not involved either), but I suspect your concerns would be much better addressed to Mark; he's clearly (and visibly) involved in the process12:26
jtvwgrant: may have been because of licensing details of third-party code we use.  That's what my vague memory says, but I don't follow the bulletins too closely either.12:26
bigjoolswgrant: what were you told?12:26
wgrantbigjools: We were first told that it would all be open. We were then informed otherwise at UDS (with only Soyuz being withheld). Now today Code is gone too.12:27
bigjoolswgrant: do you have a reference to the former?12:27
wgrantbigjools: The first? Probably not, but I'm fairly sure it was said somewhere.12:28
wgrantOh yes, "Launchpad to be open source within 12 months"12:28
wgrantNot "Launchpad minus interesting bits"12:28
bigjoolsso I'm not sure what part of that thing that you are "fairly sure" about committed to be 100% open12:29
wgrantThe original open sourcing within 12 months announcement mentioned Launchpad. It mentioned nothing about bits being unreleased. The only mention of that I can remember is on a really old version of the FAQ.12:31
jtvwgrant: an extra complication there is that that story was based on a verbal announcement, so hard to say how precise it was about those things.12:32
wgrantAre we likely to see any more bits removed?12:34
jtvwgrant: you're not talking to the decision-makers here, but I imagine if somebody came up with some last-minute licensing issue that meant we weren't allowed to release something...  Not likely, I think, but if you're asking for guarantees then I'll weasel out of it.  :-)12:37
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savvashow do I get the latest actions of a user using launchpad API? like this: https://edge.launchpad.net/~medigeek/+karma13:33
wgrantsavvas: You can't, at this stage.13:34
wgrantBug #30745413:34
ubottuLaunchpad bug 307454 in launchpad-registry "The Web Service API should include detailed karma information for a person or a project." [Wishlist,Triaged] https://launchpad.net/bugs/30745413:34
savvasdarn, I was so looking forward to automating my reports13:34
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hyperairwhat does "Translations in Rosetta" refer to?13:44
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jtvhyperair: in what context?13:44
henningehyperair: "Rosetta" is the name of the application also known as "Launchpad Translations"13:44
hyperaireh nevermind13:44
jtvhenninge: thanks :)13:45
hyperairi was looking at the wrong karma page13:45
hyperairi was wondering why that appeared on my karma page although i don't remember translating anything13:45
hyperairthen i realized it wasn't mine13:45
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jtvhyperair: you thought it was from your previous life?13:49
hyperairjtv: perhaps, though it was a little too recent13:49
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jtvhyperair: I'm not sure where you'd report "impossible date on pre-reincarnation identity" anyway.  :-)13:52
jtvhyperair: you're laughing now, but it won't be so funny if you report a problem with reincarnation and the response is an attempt to reproduce the problem.  ;)13:55
hyperairi'll be laughing even harder then13:56
jtvhyperair: you, or your next incarnation...13:56
jtvhyperair: see?  don't let anyone try to reproduce the problem without reading the fineprint, is what I'm saying.  :)13:57
bigjoolswgrant: thanks for yours and mok0's feedback on the priority list14:07
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vadi2I think I found a small bug: https://launchpad.net/~ted-trufflesdad-deactivatedaccount-deactivatedaccount14:27
jtvvadi2: what's the bug?14:30
vadi2Well, he has "-deactivatedaccount" twice.14:30
jtvvadi2: I'll forward it, thanks14:31
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mptI'm looking at a PPA and it's available for Hardy and Jaunty but not for Intrepid. Is this the choice of the PPA owner, or of Launchpad?16:51
bigjoolsmpt: the owner16:51
mptthanks bigjools16:51
adiroibanHi, are there any limitation about how I could assign new administrators in a team what I don't own, but I'm already an administrator?17:20
mrevelladiroiban: Only the team owner - i.e. the original administrator - can add new admins17:22
adiroibanand the team owner can be changed?17:23
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mrevelladiroiban: let me check with salgado -- hey, to change the owner of a team the original owner needs to step down as an admin, right?17:26
salgadomrevell, yes17:27
mrevelladiroiban: and then the next admin becomes the team owner17:27
mrevellthanks sal17:28
mrevellthanks salgado17:28
salgadono, that's not how it works17:28
adiroibanand if we have 4 admins ?17:28
salgadoyou have to explicitly change the owner17:28
salgadothe owner is the only one who can do that17:29
adiroibanthe owner can change the owner ?17:29
adiroibanwithout havint to spep down as an admin?17:29
mrevellSorry that I confused matters17:29
salgadosay I'm the owner of team X, I can reassign that team to somebody else17:30
salgadoat that time I have to option to keep myself as an admin or as a normal member17:30
adiroibanok. thanks salgado17:30
adiroibanmrevell: don't worry, thanks for your help17:30
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* hyperair has developed a one-liner command which will automatically add all PPA keys into the keyring =D18:39
hyperairgrep ppa /etc/apt/sources.list.d/*.list | cut -f2- -d':' | egrep -v '^#' | sed -re 's/^deb(-src)*//' | cut -f2 -d' ' | sed -re 's|ppa.launchpad.net/(.*)/ubuntu|launchpad.net/~\1/+archive|' | sort | uniq |  xargs wget -qO- | egrep -o 'http://keyserver.ubuntu.com[^"]+' | sed -e 's/&/\&/' | ( while read line; do wget -qO- $line | sudo apt-key add -; done )18:39
hyperairnot my fault if your terminal wraps it18:39
hyperairactually come to think of it the front part of the command could probably be simplified18:42
maxbfsvo "line" :-)18:44
al-maisanhyperair: very cool :)18:44
hyperairegrep -ho 'http://ppa.launchpad.net/.*ubuntu' /etc/apt/sources.list.d/*.list | sed -re 's|ppa.launchpad.net/(.*)/ubuntu|launchpad.net/~\1/+archive|' | sort | uniq |  xargs wget -qO- | egrep -o 'http://keyserver.ubuntu.com[^"]+' | sed -e 's/&/\&/' | ( while read line; do wget -qO- $line | sudo apt-key add -; done )18:44
hyperairthere we go18:44
hyperair...oh shit it's not working very well18:44
hyperairgpg: no valid OpenPGP data found.18:45
maxbhyperair: unfortunately you have to remove the html surround from what you get from the keyserver18:45
maxbfortunately a simple egrep -v '^<' will suffice18:46
hyperairmaxb: you don't18:46
hyperairi tried it with one of the URIs18:46
maxboh. my gpg didn't seem to like it18:46
hyperairapt-key does18:46
hyperairi tried with just one18:46
hyperairegrep -ho 'http://ppa.launchpad.net/.*ubuntu' /etc/apt/sources.list.d/*.list | sort | uniq | sed -re 's|ppa.launchpad.net/(.*)/.*|launchpad.net/~\1/+archive|' | xargs wget -qO- | egrep -ho 'http://keyserver.ubuntu.com[^"]+' | sed -e 's/&.*$/\op=get/' | while read line; do wget -qO- $line | sudo apt-key add -; done18:59
hyperairi think this should work19:00
hyperairi think what would be really awesome is http://ppa.launchpad.net/~bla/key redirecting to the appropriate page19:02
savvasyou really have that many PPAs? :P19:03
hyperairuh well i should have finished manually adding it by now19:04
hyperairbut then again, somebody else might find it useful19:04
hyperairgrep is being irritating19:05
hyperairit seems it outputs line by line if it detects a terminal, and otherwise, it doesn't output until it gets the whole input19:05
hyperairi found out what's wrong19:07
hyperairshould be \&op=get19:08
hyperairegrep -ho 'http://ppa.launchpad.net/.*ubuntu' /etc/apt/sources.list.d/*.list | sort | uniq | sed -re 's|ppa.launchpad.net/(.*)/.*|launchpad.net/~\1/+archive|' | xargs wget -qO- | egrep -ho 'http://keyserver.ubuntu.com[^"]+' | sed -e 's/&.*$/\&op=get/' | while read line; do wget -qO- $line | sudo apt-key add -; done19:25
hyperairfinally one that works19:25
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enkrates794hyperair: I didn't try your script, but thanks for teaching me about apt-key! I think I've got all the keys for the PPA's I use.19:58
hyperairenkrates794: np19:59
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garyvdmHi - Is it possible to set that one bug depends upon another like in bugzilla?21:59
mwhudsonthere is a bug about this i think22:00
garyvdmOk - I'll just make comments in both bugs.22:01
wgrantmwhudson: I thought that it had been discussed and shot down by LP people multiple times, much to our disgust.22:04
mwhudsonwgrant: it's possible22:04
garyvdmwgrant: what was the reasoning?22:05
wgrantgaryvdm: I do not know. At first it was issues with the semantics.22:05
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